Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Sesame Sticks (Susamli Cubuk)

½ cup canola oil
125 gr butter/margarine, softened
1 Tbsp vinegar
½ cup water
1 egg white (yolk is for the glaze)
1 tsp baking powder
½ tsp sugar
½ tsp salt to taste
3 ½ -4 cups flour
½ cup sesame and nigella seeds

Mix the dough ingredients in a big bowl. Then, knead the dough until becomes soft and consistent. Cover the dough and let it rest for about 10-15 minutes.
Grab walnut size pieces and shape them into long sticks thick as pencil. Cut the sticks in 4-5 inch long. Brush each stick with the egg yolk you set aside before. Place sesame and nigella seeds (or only sesame) over a flat plate and dip one side of the sticks into it for covering with sesame and nigella (or only sesame) seeds. Take the sticks over a greased oven tray.
Preheat the oven to 350 F (180 C) and bake them for about 30-35 minutes or until they get light brown.
ENJOY

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½ su bardagi kanola yagi
125 gr tereyag/margarin, oda sicakliginda yumusak
1 yemek kasigi sirke
½ su bardagi su
1 yumurta aki (sarisi uzerine)
1 tatli kasigi kabartma tozu
1 cay kasigi seker
1 cay kasigi tuz
3 ½ -4 su bardagi un
½ su bardagi susam ve corek otu (uzeri icin)


Hamur malzemelerini bir kapta karistirin ve elinizle yogurarak yumusak bir hamur elde edin. Hamurun uzerini orterek yaklasik 10-15 dakika dinlendirin.
Hamurdan ceviz buyuklugunde parcalar koparin ve duz bir zemin uzerinde hamura kalem kalinliginda uzun cubuk seklini verin. Buz cubuklari 10-12 cm uzunlugu olacak sekilde kesin. Her cubugun uzerine onceden ayirmis oldugunuz yumurta sarisindan surun. Duz bir tabaga, susam ve corek otu karisimini (ya da sadece susam) dokun. Yumurta sarisi surdugunuz cubuklarin bir tarafini susamin ya da susam-corek otu karisiminin icine batirin. Cubuklari yaglamis oldugunuz firin tepsisine dizin.
Onceden isitilmis 180 C (350 F) firinda cubuklarin uzeri kizarana dek yaklasik 30-35 dakika pisirin.
AFIYET OLSUN


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1 comment:

Yazmeen said...

Hello. I am Turkish-American and I adore your website. I am a single woman who is learning to cook. I have found some recipes for TARHANA(homemade) but they are bulk recipes. Do you have a small-sized recipe for home-made Tarhana that you would be kind enough to share? Thank you