Thursday, May 8, 2008

SALEP

Salep is a hot drink made with the powdered root of the salep orchid. In the winter, people often have a cup of salep with a couple of simits before rushing off to work in the morning. It is sold from copper urns on street corners and at stattions throughout Turkey.

Ingredients:
To serve 2-3 pax
500ml milk
1/2 tsp salep
50gr. caster sugar
1/4 tsp. ground ginger
1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon

How To Cook:
Heat the milk and add the salep with 2 tbsp sugar. When it comes to the boil stir in the remaining sugar and simmer for 10 min. stirring frequently, until it thickens. Serve hot, sprinkled with ginger and cinnamon.

2 comments:

ankur said...

I never knew turkey got such a good taste for food. Thye have hell lot of recipes .


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