Wafers Filled with Nuts


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By Nevin Halici

Published 1989

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This is a light dessert, much favoured after a heavy evening meal during the month of Ramadan. In the well-to-do homes of old Istanbul, there were always several cooks who specialized in certain types of cooking, such as roasting meat, making börek or desserts, or vegetable dishes. However, when it came to preparing güllaç, this was considered to be the preserve of the lady of the house, for it needs nimble fingers. Güllaç was enjoyed all the more, knowing that the lady of the house had pre