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Flour Helva

Flour Helva


150gr of Flour
125gr of unsalted Butter
2 tablespoons of Pine Nuts
For the syrup:
120ml of Water
120ml of Milk
200gr of Sugar

How to prepare

Add the syrup ingredients to a pan bring to a boil for several minutes then set aside until warm.
Place the butter, flour and pine nuts in a pan, cook on a medium low heat constantly stirring until it's a light golden colour.
Mix in the warm syrup, it may spit so be careful.
Keep stirring until the mixture becomes doughy then remove from the heat.
Take one tablespoon of the mixture and form an oval shape.
Place them on a serving dish and eat while still warm.
Store them in the fridge and they are also delicious cold.
The Turkish name for this dish is Un Helvasi

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