While you can find Turkish Delight outside of Turkey with ease, it's not always easy to find real Turkish delight (rather than the brightly-colored, gelatine-set cubes full of artificial flavors and colors that are often sold under the same name). But you can make the real deal at home. I will be honest: Making Turkish Delight is a labour of love, requiring one’s undivided attention at the stove for the better part of an hour. Yet the recipe itself is simple enough and requires only a handful of ingredients, most of which you will likely already stock in your pantry. Besides, one batch will yield enough Turkish delight to feed a small army and keeps rather well, making the lengthy preparation worthwhile.
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These small cakes freeze well, so are handy for when you need a little celebration cake or last-minute surprise. Lavender and chocolate is a delightful taste sensation; we used The Spice Trader dried lavender, from specialist food stores or online.
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I don’t even need to say anything else right? Cannoli. Mascarpone cream. Chocolate dipped edges. And a perfectly crisp shell. This experiment in the kitchen making cannoli from scratch was by far one of my best. Not the easiest but the most tasty for sure.
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