Whether or not you’re a fan of The Chronicles of Narnia series by C.S. Lewis, you may have heard of Turkish delight, or sticky and sugary cubes prepared with starch and sugar and traditionally filled with dry fruits, honey, or nuts.
There are different theories explaining the origin of this iconic Turkish dessert. Some believe that a Sultan created it to attract a love interest, while others agree that an Istanbul candy-maker developed and popularized the recipe.
Want to try making this confection at home? Try our recipe for Turkish delight!
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