When we say Turkish dessert, it is always the best solution to seduce your palate and satisfy your sweet cravings. Turkish cuisine is one of the most delicious desserts in the entire world resides about dessert you should try.
Desserts in the Turkish cuisine can be divided into three types: milk-based, pastries and fruit based or vegetable-based.
Turkish cuisine also used unusual materials such as chicken. Popular baklava, there are many in Turkey as well as sweet it’s worth a try.
Such as Baklava, shredded famous and a very popular dessert in Turkey. Known as angel hair, Kadayif, a sweet pastry to make. Kadayif, almonds or walnuts and syrup are made from a thin batter. Filling, cinnamon and cloves, and finishing with the threads of dough is wrapped around. Cooked and cooled after it has been soaked in lemon syrup. This dessert can be served with ice cream.
Special kunefe cheese (cottage cheese) is a sweet pudding made from Levantine and hot. Kunefe, Turkish candy, which is a dessert lovers dream. Kunefe, and shredded cheese are made of thin noodles, baked in a mould and then the grout is poured. Usually over of chopped pistachios sprinkled on top.
- Firin Sutlac
Relatively strict compared with the consistency of German cuisine, rice pudding, almost like a liquid cream. The two main flavors of vanilla and cinnamon. Several similar dishes rice pudding and specialises in small restaurants in Turkey. Them ‘Muhallebici is called. Delicious brown crusty baked rice pudding baked rice pudding is called. There are varieties of honey and banana.
The former is a fried pastry in the Ottoman cuisine. After it is fried, while still hot, is filled with the sugar syrup.
- Halka Dessert
Halka desserts are dipped in sugar syrup or syrup. The Turkish people to Dessert, is one of the most famous and popular desserts of Turkish cuisine.
- Kabak Dessert
Kabak dessert is a dessert in Turkish cuisine. Pumpkin boiled, peeled, sliced and sprinkled with sugar. Milk can also be used. This dessert on chopped walnuts, tahini and put on the cream.
Helva originally from India, Iran, Pakistan and is a dessert that is native to Central Asia. Sesame (tahini) is preferred in most of Iran and Turkey, tahini halva made. In Turkish cuisine there are two types of halva: semolina flour halva and halva.
Sekerpare, is one of the most popular desserts of Turkish cuisine. Mainly sweet pea lemon-flavored almond biscuit balls soaked in syrup is made by cooking soft.
- Hanim Gobegi
This is a dessert that bears the name of a woman’s heart. Curled, deep-fried and then soaked in syrup balls are made from puff pastry.
Keskul, a pudding with almond milk is the Turkish cuisine. Usually served in a bowl and eaten with a spoon, and is usually cream-colored, decorated with dried coconut or pistachio.
- Revani Dessert
Revani, which is very popular in Turkey but also other countries from semolina syrup and dipped in a sweet dessert. Semolina dough, cooked in a pan and then orange blossom water, rose water sweetened with syrup or simple, typically cut into squares or diamonds.
- Tavuk Gogsu Tatlisi
Tavuk Gogsu from the Ottoman Empire, a Turkish dessert. Rice flour, corn starch, milk, powdered sugar, chicken breast, and salt consists of.
Asure, is a very common dessert in many Islamic countries in the Middle East. White beans, chickpeas, wheat, rice, water, raisins, chopped walnuts, powdered sugar, and pomegranate seed consists of. The ingredients are mixed together and then cooked.
Baklava, made from the pulp or fleet honey and chopped walnuts, almonds or pistachios is filled with a pastry. The Turkish national pie. Gaziantep in southeastern Turkey, which is famous with pistachio,, has the best baklava in the world.
- Turkish Delight (Lokum)
Lokum or Turkish delight; starch, rose syrup is a dessert made from water and sugar. Soft and gooey. Transparent, yellow, or may have different colors.
Pişmaniye, pulled sugar mixed with butter and baked with a flour which is made from a Turkish dessert. Sometimes it can be decorated with pistachio powder.