Dry Turkish Switheet | Sekerpare

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Ingredients

250 gr margarine
1 cup granulated sugar
5 tablespoon semolina
2 piece egg
4 cups flour
1 packet vanilla
1 bowl nutmeat
For its syrup
3 cups sugar
4 cups cold water
1 dessertspoon juice of lemon
For its over
Coconut
Pistachio

Nutritional information

139
Energy
1.63 g
Protein
22.1 g
Carb
5.17 g
Fats
22 mg
Sodium
13.7 g
Sugar

Dry Turkish Switheet | Sekerpare

Cuisine:
  • 50 mins
  • Medium

Directions

Sekerpare (Dry Turkish Switheet) is an original and the oldest dessert of Turkish cuisine. Like some other Turkish desserts, sekerpare is a kind of cake with syrup on it too.

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Steps

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Put the granulated sugar, baking powder, semolina, salt and vanilla in the kneading container and mix all of them well

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Open the middle of mixture like pool and add the margarine

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Crack the egg and add it the middle of mixture

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Mix these ingredients by adding flour little by little until obtaining a soft dough

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Cut from the dough some slices like walnut sized and roll them with your hand

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Place a nutmeat the middle of dough

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Fatten the baking tray and align slices of dough in the baking tray

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Warm the oven beforehand at the 180ºC

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Put the baking tray in the oven and cook it about 30 minutes

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For its sorbet

Put the sugar and pour the cold water in the another container and boil them until melting the sugar

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Add the juice of lemon and mix them a short time

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Extract it from the oven and keep waiting to becoming tepid

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Take the dry turkish switheat from the oven and keep waiting 2 minute

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Pour the sorbe the top of dry turkish switheat

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Close the over of tray and keep waiting it to drain its sorbe

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It is ready to serve. Enjoy your meal.

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