||This article possibly contains original research. (April 2015)|
|Place of origin||Turkey|
|Main ingredients||Dough, butter, hazelnuts or walnuts; sugar, water, lemon juice, milk|
|Cookbook:Sütlü Nuriye Sütlü Nuriye|
Sütlü Nuriye is a Turkish dessert. The name means "Nuriye with milk". The name Sütlü Nuriye has been given by the inventor Şafak Dilken[who?] in 1980s because of its meaning: The word "Nur" in this name means light, glory, radiance, nimbus. Sütlü Nuriye is a type of baklava, but instead of syrup it contains milk, which gives a whitish look to the dessert.
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