Kazandibi

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Kazandibi

Kazandibi or kazan dibi (Turkish: Kazandibi, lit. 'bottom of kazan or cauldron') is a Turkish dessert and a type of caramelized milk pudding. Its English name is "Clink". It is developed in the kitchens of the Ottoman Palace and one of the most popular Turkish desserts today.[1]

It is traditionally made by burning the bottom of tavuk göğsü, whose bottom is burnt after it was cooked.[1][2][3] A variant of kazandibi uses muhallebi instead.

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References

  1. ^ a b Basan, Ghillie. Classic Turkish Cookery.
  2. ^ Tejal Rao (24 January 2017). "ackened: The Dark Lure of Burned Food". New York Times. Retrieved 2 February 2017.
  3. ^ Elizabeth Taviloglu. "Turkish 'Kazandibi' Dessert".
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