Lemon Mango Kanafeh Recipe

Lemon Mango Kanafeh Recipe

Quite a long while back I happened upon a little neighborhood eatery making the most unbelievable Turkish nourishment I'd at any point seen or tasted.
I was totally overwhelmed by the pastry and needed to figure out how to make it. — Jodi Taffel, Altadena, California

All out Time Prep: 35 min. + chilling Bake: 40 min. + cooling

Makes 12 servings


1 container margarine, dissolved

1/2 container creamer cream

2 tablespoons nectar

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon vanilla concentrate

1 bundle (16 ounces) solidified destroyed phyllo batter (kataifi), defrosted


6 extensive egg yolks

1/2 container sugar

1/2 container mango nectar

1/3 container lemon juice

1 tablespoon cornstarch

2 teaspoons ground lemon get-up-and-go

1/2 container margarine, cubed

1/2 container slashed stripped mango

1/2 container mandarin oranges, depleted

1/2 container seedless red grapes, divided

Confectioners' sugar

Steps to Make It

1-Preheat broiler to 350°.
Spot a lubed 9-in. springform skillet on a twofold thickness of rock solid foil (around 18 in. square). Wrap foil safely around container. Spot on a preparing sheet.

2-In a substantial bowl, whisk the margarine, cream, nectar, cinnamon and vanilla. Tenderly dismantle phyllo separated and add to bowl; hurl to coat. Press onto base and up the sides of arranged skillet. Heat until brilliant dark colored, 40-45 minutes. Cool on a wire rack. Expel foil.

3-Meanwhile, in a little overwhelming pan, whisk egg yolks, sugar, mango nectar, lemon juice, cornstarch and get-up-and-go until mixed. Include margarine; cook over medium warmth, whisking continually, until blend comes just to a bubble and is thick enough to coat a metal spoon.

4-Remove from warmth right away.
Strain through a fine-work strainer into a little bowl. Mix in mango; cool. Press plastic wrap onto surface of custard. Refrigerate until virus.

5-Spoon filling into hull. Trimming with mandarin oranges and grapes. Expel edge from skillet. Residue with confectioners' sugar.