Şekerpare

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Şekerpare
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Course Dessert
Place of origin Turkey
Main ingredients Flour, oil
Cookbook:Şekerpare  Şekerpare

Şekerpare is one of the many delectable and popular desserts in the Turkish cuisine.[1] Mainly prepared by baking some soft balls of pastry dipped in thick lemony sugar syrup, şekerpare has become one of the well loved Turkish sweets among locals and visiting tourists in Turkey.

Pronounced “sheh-ker-pah-reh” in Turkish, this mouth-watering traditional dessert will surely satisfy anyone who has an appetite for baked pastries soaked in the sweetness of a lemony pool of syrup.

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