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Sutlac (Rice Pudding)

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Sütlaç (meaning rice with milk in English) is a rice pudding - a delicious light dessert very popular in Ottoman cuisine. The dessert is made from rice mixed with milk as well as cinnamon and raisins to enrich the flavor. In Turkey rice is usually browned in a salamander broiler, can be sweetened with vanilla sugar or pekmez (fruit syrup) and sprinkled with cinnamon. Sutlac is served in small individual bowls either hot or cold.

There are different recipes of Sutlac with rice mixed with eggs, cinnamon, ginger, saffron, raisins, or sugar which are popular in Europe, Asia, Nordic Countries, and America. In Norway and Sweden this dessert is often served at the Christmas table.



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References

Sütlaç (Rice Pudding) , en.wikipedia.org

Sütlaç , www.cypnet.co.uk

Turkish Rice Pudding , almostturkish.blogspot.com