Recipes that will add something unique to your delicious menus! Turkish Fig Pudding

Time 20 min.
Service 5
  • 2.5 cups of milk
  • 7 Iskele dried figs (approximately 150 grams)
  • 5 teaspoons of crushed walnuts
  • Wash the dried figs, and soak them in water for a few minutes. Cut off the stems and cut the rest of the figs into small dice.
  • Heat the milk a little.
  • Add the figs to the warm milk and chop them with a hand blender. Be careful not to leave any big pieces.
  • Divide the dessert into cups. Put a teaspoon of walnuts in each cup, and press them lightly with a spoon.
  • Place the cups on a tray and put cling film on them. Cover it with a kitchen cover and leave the dessert at room temperature for three hours. After the dessert is fermented, take it to the refrigerator and keep it in the refrigerator. Share it with your loved ones after it cools down.
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