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Lady's navel

Lady's navel
Alternative names Woman's navel
Type Pastry
Place of origin Turkey
Main ingredients Choux pastry, syrup
Cookbook:Lady's navel 

A lady's navel (hanım göbeği) or woman's navel (kadın göbeği) is type of sweet pastry from Turkey. They are made from balls of choux pastry which are given a dimple, deep-fried and then soaked in syrup.[1][2][3]

See also


  1. ^ Ghillie Başan (1997), Classic Turkish Cookery, p. 17,  
  2. ^ Martha Barnette (2005), Ladyfingers & Nun's Tummies, p. 14,  
  3. ^ Glenn Rinsky, Laura Halpin Rinsky (2008), The Pastry Chef's Companion, John Wiley & Sons, p. 151,  
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