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Author Topic: A Yugoslavian Dessert  (Read 175 times)

Offline patdart

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A Yugoslavian Dessert
« on: April 12, 2016, 02:53:17 PM »
Something came to me this morning and I wanted to give the idea to you.  Years back, my husband and I had dinner at a family styled restaurant in Yugoslavia and when time came for the end of a great meal, the waiter insisted that I try their dessert.  I told him I didn't like cakes or such and he told me he was going to bring me a typical home styled one and it wasn't very sweet or heavy.  It was wonderful and simple.

It was served in a tall glass (footed as I recall).  A bottom layer of home made thick yogurt, a good layer of walnuts, another of yogurt and whipped cream on top with honey poured on it in a stripe design.  Really tasty.  An ice tea spoon to eat.  Blueberries would have been pretty in place of the second layer of yogurt.  No, I haven't figured out the carbs, but you are in charge of that as well as the honey.  Maybe sugar-free tiny chocolate chips?  The honey is great tho'.

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Re: A Yugoslavian Dessert
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2016, 06:19:55 AM »
That sounds interesting. Maybe we can try it sometime, with minor variations
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