Turkish vermicelli squares | Kukskitchen



Hey friends


This is the easiest recipe ever with just a handfull of ingredients, very yummy too, which is obvious from the ingredients. I had some vermicelli left over and wanted to make a sweet to send to my brother S. I have had a similar shop bought sweet brought-in by one of my colleagues at work a long time ago, although did'nt know the recipe. Now whilst writing this I searched the web for any similar recipes, none exactly the same as I did. I suppose this recipe is my own then :)
























Ingredients:

Vermicelli - 400g
Ghee/butter - 4 tsp
Condensed milk - 1 tin

Cling film for wrapping


Method:

-Fry vermicelli in ghee for a few minutes till crispy and brown.
-Add condensed milk to it and let it boil for a few minutes till the mix starts to get separated form the sides of the pan.
- grease a shallow tin, pour this and gently pat with the back of a spoon to level it all up.
- once cooled cut squares out of it.
-place each square in the middle of a square sheet of cling film and gather the ends to make a 'bag'.
- this way u can keep your fingers clean whilst eating the sweet.

Enjoy!





Cheers

Sherin Deepu

7 comments:

  1. nice sweet.. Thanks for linking it the event....

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  2. looks really yum... any idea how long would this keep?

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    1. Mine stayed for a week and a half at home. I haven't tried for more than that. They never stay.The batch that went to my brother travelled from uk to Brussels without damage too.

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  3. Thanks for linking this yummy recipe to my event.

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  4. Sherin,please say no to word verification.Very difficult to post comments..

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  5. Done it dear. I added it initially following a few spam msg. We'll see what happens now :-) Thanks for the feedback dear Asiya

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  6. Looks inviting and thx for linking the yummy sweet.

    Vardhini
    Event: DIO - Ginger and Garlic
    Event: Diwali Bash

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Hugs,
Sherin

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