Turkish Delight

22/11/2011 § Leave a comment

Made this today – have no idea what it will be like……

I cannot wait to try it whilst I am cooking the day before and on Christmas Day…..I’m tempted to make another batch as it’s SO easy to make.


1 litre of vodka
1 teaspoon of rose water
1 teaspoon caster sugar
100g Turkish Delight, chopped

Pour 100ml out of the vodka bottle (you can save this in the freezer for cocktails, I used a swing top bottle that looked nicer, but this is just me being posy and all the vodka fitted in nicely)

Mix the rose water and caster sugar together until the sugar dissolves, then pour into the vodka bottle using a funnel.

Wash any sugar off the Turkish Delight, then put it in the bottle. Screw on the lid and leave to stand for up to a month, swirling occasionally until the Turkish Delight dissolves.

Serve with soda water and ice, or drizzle neat over vanilla ice cream, just heavenly, I can’t wait.

I best not get sidetracked now… have got Christmas cards to write and boxes to pack….


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