Homemade touch of Poğaça from Dr Oetker ... It is very practical to prepare it. The package comes with a mixture of dried greens, sesame seeds and baking paper to prepare. Poğaça, which requires less oil and yoghurt usage compared to other classical recipes, is unleavened and can be prepared in a very short time.
It is an irresistible sweet treat that melts in the mouth, a perfect dessert for hot summer days before us. We came upon a variety of information about the origin of trilece and we suppose it originates from Albania. Our friends suggested that it comes from South America, and the name comes from the words tres leches (three milks bread). And they are probably right:) One thing is certain though, every sweet shop that hopes to keep its reputation must have this milk cake on its menu.
You've never eaten so light! This sweet is very difficult to prepare with classical methods. With Dr. Oetker now is very practical! The package contains a ready-made caramel sauce and cream to be cooked with 500 ml of milk. During the preparation, an egg yolk can be added. There is no need for the firing process required in the classical preparation method.
Ashure (in Turkish: Asure) or Noah's Pudding is a Turkish dessert that is made of a mixture consisting of grains, fruits and nuts. Ashure is a part of the culinary tradition of Turkey as well as many of the surrounding countries. Its anecdotal history it is claimed that when Noah's Ark came to rest on Mount Ararat in northeastern Turkey, Noah's family celebrated with a special dish. Since their supplies were nearly exhausted, what was left (primarily grains, dried fruits and the like) was cooked together to form a pudding, what is now call Ashure. However, traditionally, this mixture is prepared on the Day of Ashura, which marks the end of the Battle of Karbala. Hence, Noah's involvement in this mixture can be disputed. Traditionally, Ashure is made in large quantities to commemorate the ark's landing and is distributed to friends, relatives, neighbors, colleagues, classmates, etc. without regard to the recipient's religion or belief system as an offering of peace and love. Ashure was traditionally made and eaten during the colder months of the year as it is calorie rich fare, but now it is enjoyed year-round.
Lokma is a Turkish fried sweet dough that is covered in a simple syrup. Served as a dessert, lokma is a popular coffee accompaniment. You can add chocolate sauce, honey, cinnamon, sesame or grated walnuts to these bite-size pastries. Lokma is often baked in batches and served to attendees of special occasions, such as weddings, business events, house parties, and even funerals. The tasty treat is especially popular in Western Turkey. Many native Turks take large pots of Lokma to special occasions; some bring the ingredients with them and bake a batch on the premises. The package makes 80 pieces.