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How to make homemade Turkish Delight: gentle, soft, slightly malleable ...

I just love it when my friends from their travels bring Overseas Countries eastern sweets as a souvenir! Delicate, soft, slightly viscous, fragrant and sweet cubes, sprinkled with powdered sugar ...

"Turkish delight" is translated from Turkish as "easy pieces". There are a great many types and names of the treats, which depend on the additives and shape of the finished product. "So simple!" It offers to cook Fruity Turkish Delight with nuts - A treat worthy of the Sultan!

Turkish delight at home


  • 1 Art. cornstarch
  • 1 Art. Sahara
  • 1 Art. juicy berries or pitted fruit (strawberry, raspberry, plum, apricot)
  • 2 Art. water
  • 100 g peeled walnuts
  • a pinch of vanilla sugar
  • 1 Art. icing sugar


  • Grind the fruit in a blender.
  • Mix normal and vanilla sugar with 1 / 3 fruit puree and 1 Art. water, put to cook over moderate heat (5-7 minutes after boiling).
  • The remaining puree mixed with starch and 1 Art. water, then pour in a thin stream of boiling the sweet mixture. Stir, boil 2-3 minutes until thick. Corn starch and potato can be replaced, but in this case the blocks will be weaker hold shape.
  • Remove from heat, add the nuts and stir.
  • The rectangular shape of Shots cling film, Laid out in her weight evenly distributed. The height of the layer - no more than 2 centimeters. After hardening (approximately 8 hours) Get the delight of the form, together with the film, we shall cut cubes. Each piece of roll in powdered sugar and starch.
  • Minimum food and how delicious it! It is believed that delight is especially delicious after a week exposure, but I am afraid that very few people he will lie for so long ... This dessert with nuts like everyone.

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