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Damla Sakızı KAZANDİBİ (Turkish dessert)

Dessert or "tatlı" in Turkish language means Sweet. So mostly Turkish dessert are sweet and delicate. Just like this one.. called Damla Sakızı Kazandibi.
Damla Sakızı= also call mastic gum, Kazandibi= Pudding. So this pudding made from milk, rice flour, cornstarch and powdered sugar also content this kind of mastic gum. Cooked then burned a bit on stove to make 'skin' underneath (it will turn over when served)..  with strong Cinnamon flavor make this dessert perfect to complete your lunch or dinner.

Ingredients 
- 1 liter of fresh milk
- 3 pieces (small pieces form usually less than 0.5 cm in diameter) damla sakızı or mastic gum.
- 3 tablespoons rice flour
- 2 tbsp corn starch
- 1 cup powdered sugar + 1 tablespoon + a few tablespoons for sprinkle on baking pan.
- 1 cinnamon stick
- Enough ground cinnamon for topping when serving.


Damla Sakızı or mastic gum

Method:
1) Using a mortar crush damla sakizi with 1 tablespoon powdered sugar until smooth and powdered. Set aside. Prepare an aluminium baking pan approximately 27 cm diameter. Sprinkle with powder sugar. Set aside.
2) Mix milk, rice flour, corn starch, 1 cup powdered sugar, cinnamon sticks. Stir until there is no lump. Heat over medium heat until almost thick. Then stir in damla sakızı  mixture. Stirring constantly until thick. Take out cinnamon stick. Turn off the fire.
3) Pour a small amount of pudding into baking pan which already sprinkled with powder sugar, smooth the surface with spatula. Heat the pan over a medium heat , sliding the pan continuously to distribute heat over it bottom to form  "skin" and slightly burnt. Pour remaining pudding mixture into baking pan, let it for about 5 menit and remove from fire. Chill.
4) Store in refrigerator until ready to serve.

How to serve. Cut to taste (or leave whole), and turn over pudding on serving dish with the "skin" on top. sprinkle with cinnamon powder.

Afiyet Olsun ! Enjoy!




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5 comments:

  1. This looks absolutely delicious! I'm not sure if we can get mastic gum here in Australia, but I'm definitely going to search for it just to try this recipe!

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  2. Kazandibi is really tasty!!! yummy!!!! thanks for the recipe!!! :D

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  3. i dont lie so heavy desserts and kazandibi is my favourite..it s tasty and light..

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  4. I love a good dessert with strong cinnamon flavors!! Looks like it's got a really light and fluffy texture too .. love it! :)

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  5. That's absolutely gorgeous. I've never cooked with mastic gum before, but this dish makes it look worthwhile!

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