Delicately flavoured with rosewater, these homemade Turkish Delights look gorgeous and taste wonderful. A great gift. This easy rose Turkish Delight recipe makes 36-49 squares and is the perfect food gift to wrap up in cellophane bags and give to loved ones. It’s a classic recipe that you’ll want to make time and time again.
Don’t forget to dust each cube with icing sugar before handing to friends and family. Once you’ve made your Turkish Delight store in a cool, dry place (but not in the fridge) for up to 1 week. This recipe is not suitable for freezing. Turkish Delight like most recipes to best made and eaten on the same day.
Last Saturday I posted about the French toast, a snack/dessert called “arme riddere” (poor knights) here in Norway. Now I’ve found that there are poor knights coming from Windsor too because the girl who runs PictureBritain writes:
I have it on relatively good authority (how good is the authority of a random website purporting to have traditional English recipes?) that this is an authentic English recipe. According to Wikipedia, “Poor Knights of Windsor” is the name applied to this dish, colloquially known in Britain as eggy bread or gypsy toast. So it’s French Toast with an English twist! It sounds delicious and pretty simple. It might not work well with all your weight-loss resolutions, but maybe you should give it a try, for Wednesday’s sake.