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Turkish Tulumba Recipe – Fried Sweet Dough with Sugar Syrup

In this video we are going to show you how to make piped sweet dough. Very popular tulumba recipe. In greek it calls τουλούμπα. You’ll like this very delicious fried doughs also you can eat this with honey.
Melt unsalted butter in the hot water Add flour and stir it on the medium heat When it become unsticky and soft transfer the dough to another bowl so that it cools down quickly Directions for the sugar syrup Transfer water into a large pot over medium heat Add sugar When starts boiling add lemon juice and turn the heat off Transfer the cooled dough to the mixing bowl of a heavy-duty mixer. Add semolina and starch Then start adding your eggs gradually Mix well until it will become smooth Fill your piping bag with the dough. Pipe the dough into frying oil The vegetable oil must be room temperature, not hot Cut the dough with an oiled scissor Do not use knife to keep dough shape Turn up the heat low-temperature When they are fully browned them them out and directly transfer in to sweet syrup After 2 minutes take them out of the syrup, transfer in to a plate
Ingredients for Tulumba Recipe:
2 cups water
2 tablespoons of butter
3 eggs
2.5 cups flour
1 tablespoons of starch
3 tablespoons semolina
For the syrup
3 cups sugar
2 cups water
a tablespoon lemon juice

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