Turkish Semolina Dessert

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Ingredients

3 piece egg
2 cups of tea flour
3 cups of tea semolina
3 cups of tea yoghurt
1 cup of tea oil
1 cup of tea sugar
2 packet baking powder
2 packet vanilla
For Sorbe
5 cups cold water
4 cups sugar
1 dessertspoon lemon

Nutritional information

453
Energy
6.57 g
Protein
63.3 g
Carb
18.1 g
Fats
257 mg
Sodium
37.04 g
Sugar

Turkish Semolina Dessert

Cuisine:

It is so easy to make, you should try!

  • 40 mins
  • Medium

Directions

Turkish Semolina Dessert is a classic dessert that has been present in Turkish Cuisine since the Ottoman period. Sometimes it is milky, sometimes pistachio, but always light.

Semolina Dessert is one of the most common desserts in Turkish Cuisine that’s served both at home and in restaurants.

Tips: If you like, you can serve it with ice cream.

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Steps

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Crack the egg and pour in a bowl

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Add the sugar over the egg and whisk themm until being white and frothing

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And then add the yoghurt and oil and mix all of them again

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Sift the flour

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Add the flour, baking powder, vanilla and semolina and mix all of them with mixer

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fatten a baking tray and spread some flour on the baking tray and pour the dough in the baking tray

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Put the dough in the oven at the 180 ºC and keep waiting it inside until cooking its base and top and until turning pink

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Pour the water and sugar in a container and mix all of them

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Divide the lemon to two slice and squeeze its water and pour in the water and sugar and mix all of them and warm it.

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After cooking the semolina pour the sorbe the top of semolina

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And finally put the semolina in the oven again about 5 minute to suck its sorbe

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It is ready to serve. Enjoy your meal.

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