Turkish Rice pudding - Sutlac

>> Sunday, August 29, 2010

Every cuisine seems to have their version of rice pudding. One such Turkish version is the Sutlac, which is a light, creamy  and easier pudding to make. This Turkish pudding has two versions, one is the normal stove top version called Sutlac and other is baked pudding called Firin Sutlac. I have made the stove top version and it was really yummy.


Things needed
Rice - 1/4 Cup
Water 1/2 Cup
Milk - 2 Cups
Cornstarch - 1 Tbsp
Vanilla extract - 1 Tsp
Sugar - 1/2 Cup

Wash rice and cook it with water until done. After all the water gets absorbed by rice, add milk, sugar,vanilla extract and get the mixture to boil. Now turn off  the heat to medium and cook the mixture for 20 minutes. Mix the cornstarch with little water into a smooth paste and add this mixture to the pudding. Let the mixture boil for few minutes and creamy yummy rice pudding is ready to be enjoyed.
Sutlac can be enjoyed chilled topped with cinnamon or nuts. This pudding goes to DK's AWED-Turkey event guest hosted by Janet

7 comments:

janet August 29, 2010 at 5:27 PM  

I love Turkish rice pudding and this looks great. :) Thanks for sending it to AWED this month. :)

aipi August 29, 2010 at 5:33 PM  

Looks simply delicious!!

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Sadhana August 29, 2010 at 9:07 PM  

A nice and healthy one.

Priya August 30, 2010 at 12:14 AM  

Droolworthy rice pudding..

Krishnaveni August 30, 2010 at 3:28 PM  

hello sangi, how are you? thanks for your comment in my space, first time here, lovely space you have, inviting rice pudding looks yummy

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal August 31, 2010 at 8:18 AM  

wow, that looks great, everything is similar to Indian pudding with a difference of adding cornstarch :)

BooBoo January 12, 2012 at 5:38 PM  

my grandmother Sechoulla was born in Turkey but she went by Rebecca which is my name. I was named after her. This is a very long time ago. They imigrated to Greece and she was a great cook and baker. So I finally found the rice pudding on line after all these years. My mother used to make it as well, but my mother and my father were born in Selonika Greece then they all came here in the early 1900's. So my background although I was born here in the USA is really Turkish-Greek.

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