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This Turkish Cuisine video shows you how to make Asure, or Noah's Pudding part 5/5.
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How to Make Asure Part 5/5
So once we waited for all of our flavors to blend together nicely, our Asure is almost ready so just because it’s cooked it doesn’t mean it’s done, as you can see I still have a lot of ingredients up in here because the garnish for Asure is very important. So now this is very hot and four cups of water was just perfect for this amount. Just going to pour it in our serving platter, you could see the beautiful colors just be careful and this is a very healthy for you with all the anti oxidants that all the pomegranates have and the raisins and the fruits and the nuts, it’s so great.
So not it’s still not done because we still have to garnish it, what we’re going to do is grab some of our walnuts and now you can eat this hot in the house but just so you know when you go to the restaurants, most of the time its served cold, it’s only in hot when people make it in the house and of course when it’s fresh out of the stove top to give it to your friends and your family and your neighbors and your loved ones because that’s why we make this to share it. Share with the people we love.
And as you can see you’re already see the colors matching together well as the garnish, the garnish is very important and that’s why you want to save a little bit of the almonds and the raisins because it’s really a great color and the finishing touch on the garnish for me is the pomegranate because the pomegranate besides the fact that it taste so good it’s so healthy, it’s rich in anti oxidants, it’s good for your blood, it’s good for your health and it’s so popular and I just love pomegranate so I’m going to put a lot in there because I like it when, everytime I serve it for somebody, I’d love them to get just a little tangy bite.
And of course last but not least we have our cinnamon. Just take a little spoon and kind of dance it around the whole top and this is our delicious Asure. You see what’s the little overwhelming with all those ingredients but it’s really quite easy I mean as long as you’re putting your love into it, it’s always lots of fun and I have lots of fun making it and your families going to enjoy eating it and they’re all going to see how delicious and wonderful it tastes.
So this is our famous historical Asure Noah’s pudding I love making it with you I can’t wait to eat it and now I’m going to get ready to serve it to my friends, to my family and to my loved ones.