Princess Delight Recipe
A cotton-like recipe for princesses. Those who have tried it without tasting it before, see the Turkish delight and expect a result like Turkish delight and naturally they are disappointed. This one has nothing to do with Turkish delight. It is like the semolina dessert wrapped in delight dressing. While most of the people like semolina dessert including me, surprisingly some people don't.
A little tip about the recipe; The milk absorption capacity of semolina can vary greatly from brand to brand. In some brands, even 10 spoons of semolina may be less. 5 minutes after your semolina + milk + sugar mixture starts to boil. If it is still not thickened, you can add 2 more tablespoons of semolina and cook it until it thickens. The mixture should be in boza consistency before taking it off the heat. As it cools, it solidifies completely.
- 3 cups of milk,
- 10 tablespoons of semolina,
- 7 tablespoons of granulated sugar,
- 1/2 cup of whipped cream,
- Unsweetened shredded coconut,
- Crushed pistachios
- Place the semolina, sugar and milk in a saucepan and cook over low heat until thickened,
- Remove from heat and let cool completely,
- Fold the whipped cream into the cooled custard using a wooden spoon,
- Form smooth walnut-size balls out of the custard and dip them into coconut or crushed pistachios (wetting your hands will prevent the custard from sticking).