Friday, August 27, 2010

Badmeli Muhallebi - Turkish Almond Milk Pudding

Turkish cuisine is one of the familiar cuisine for me coz Turkish peoples took an important place here in Paris, each and every corner of the street will absolutely have Turkish fast food shops and their famous kebabs are our all time favourite...I wanted to share this delicious chilled milk pudding prepared very often among Turkish people with many variations, some will prepare just with rice flour and corn starch perfumed with rose water or orange flower water, or else with nuts like almonds or with rice..I prepared my version of muhallebi with blanched and pureed almonds perfumed with almond extract..This pudding tastes awesome when they are served chilled along with chopped nuts or with a scoop of vanilla icecream..


Turkish Almond Muhallebi

5cups Milk
1/2cup Almonds (blanched)
1/2tsp Almond extract
3/4cup Sugar
2tbsp Riceflour
2tbsp Corn starch
Few pistachios (powdered)

Grind the blanched almond with a cup of milk as fine paste..Whisk the rice flour, corn starch in a bowl with a cup of milk..Now add the sugar and 3cups of milk in a large pot along with almond extract and bring them to boil, slowly add the almond-milk mixture in it..Stir well and finally add the flour mixture in it and stir continously..When its get thicker, put off the stove..

Pour this mixture in a bowl or ramequins and let them cool.. Arrange them in refrigerator and let them sit for two hours..Serve with icecreams or topped with powdered pistachios..

45 comments:

  1. Looks delicious & yummy ........

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  2. Scrumptious pudding..love the almond flavor!:)

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  3. This looks really good and refreshing! My husband likes almond taste so I am sure that he would like this! Thanks for sharing your recipe.

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  4. Lovely recipe. I am a big fan of turkish food. I am sure you remember how many turkish recipes i have posted in my blog. Muhallebi looks yum!

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  5. Never heard of this dessert..Learning a lot from mu blog buddies..Looks delicious Priya !!!

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  6. We love turkis food too especially ther kebabs etc.... pudding looks really yumm.

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  7. yumm yumm yumm yummm :) Love it :)

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  8. looks DIVINE..feels like grabbing that spoon and finish it in no time..mmm...deeelish!

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  9. wow, that looks mouth watering. Very new but loving the pic :)

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  10. Mouth watering and tasty dessert.Looks so delectable.

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  11. yummy yummy ...looks so chilled and mouthwatering !

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  12. This Looks so yummy Priya!!

    I was out of blogging quit a while but was reading your blog whenever i got time.

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  13. it looks creamy and delicious..

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  14. The name itself sounds very musical and am sure the taste must be great too!

    www.elaichii.blogspot.com

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  15. Hi,

    Lovely recipe and great website!!following you....visit me when time permits...

    Sameena@http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  16. Oh that's a delightful change from Indian food. Looks so pretty with the pistachio!

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  17. beautiful turkish delight yummyyyyyyyyy

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  18. Looks mouthwatering and new to me.

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  19. wow..turkish pudding is so new to me..looks absolutely delicious and with all those ingredients..you can send this to my event too

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  20. Sinfully delicious looking pudding!

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  21. Ur preparations are always unique & gr8 ,..u r rocking priya :)

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  22. I love Muhallabia! especially with orange Blossom Water, This one looks delicioius

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  23. OH My! Mahlabieh is an irresistible dessert! Goes so well with one or two baklawas ;-)

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  24. looks so yum, love the click and the recipe..

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  25. This looks delicious! Thank you for sharing it with AWED. :)

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  26. That looks simple and delicious.

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