Creamy Pudding (Yalanci Tavukgogsu)

Creamy Pudding (Yalanci Tavukgogsu) created by Mami J

A Turkish recipe for dessert that I found at Binnur's Turkish Cookbook. Sounds like a basic vanilla pudding with possible toppings.

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  • Place all the ingredients (except butter) in a large pot. Stir constantly over medium heat. Add the butter when you see the bubbles on the surface. Boil one more minute while stirring. Take it off the stove. Pour into the blender. Blend for about 15 minutes over medium speed. Then pour the mixture into a 2 liter pryrex dish.
  • Let it cool for an hour. Cover the top and place in the fridge. If you like you can sprinkle some pistacchios, coconut flakes or cinnamon on top before serving. This dessert also goes well with ice cream.
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"A Turkish recipe for dessert that I found at Binnur's Turkish Cookbook. Sounds like a basic vanilla pudding with possible toppings."

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  1. littlemafia
    I really wanted to try this,I've always made puddings with cornstarch which is smooth.This was creamy. I added some rosewater and served it cold.
  2. Mami J
    Creamy Pudding (Yalanci Tavukgogsu) Created by Mami J
  3. Mami J
    We really enjoyed this! Sweet and creamy and so easy to make. Thank you very much for sharing! Made for Swizzle Chicks and ZWT6.
  4. HokiesMom
    Creamy Pudding (Yalanci Tavukgogsu) Created by HokiesMom
  5. HokiesMom
    A very simple recipe to prepare and not overly sweet which is nice. It has the consistency of a thinner pudding which is nice. I do think next time I'm going to try the almond essence like katew did in place of the vanilla. I topped it with a bit of fresh fruit before serving to give it a bit more depth in the flavor aspect too. I could see toasted coconut being a hit on this also (just did not have any to toast this go round!). Thanks for sharing. I made this during ZWT6 tour.
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