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Old 14th March 2006, 22:32   #1 (permalink)
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What's the Turkish name please?

Can anyone tell me the Turkish name for a sweet I bought. I bought some in the spice bit in Gima last year but they weren't a patch on the ones I bought in the Egyptian Bazaar in Istanbul last week. It looks like a sausage shaped nut brittle - the last ones I had were walnuts. But the consistency, rather than brittle as I expected, I can only describe as nuts dipped in Evostik! I've got a taste for them - once I got over the shock of no crunchy bit and wonder what they're called.
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Re: What's the Turkish name please?

It's made from walnuts and grape juice, called Tatli Sucuk (Raisin Sausage with Walnut)

I got one here that needs to be tasted, will go and try it out now.
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Thank you Mushtaq. Now I know what to ask for. It's an acquired taste but worth pursuing!
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