Mosaic Turkish Cake

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By Francine ---
from Raleigh, NC

While talking with a good friend of mine, Mary, her husband and I found that the cake we both love was about the same but called a different name. Burkay is originally from Turkey and here we are talking about the same cake but named differently. Never the less, here we are catching each other in big discoveries of life but not only this.....we concluded that Italian, Turkish, American, French, Hungarian, German and so on....WE ALL ARE THE SAME but with a different name! Linda made it on a get together at Christmas time and it was good. I came up with my own recipe which is similar. Enjo

serves 6-8
prep time 10 Min


  • 11/2 stick
  • 2 md
  • 3 Tbsp
    cocoa powder
  • 1 lb
    petit beurre cookies or social
  • 1 c
    powdered sugar
  • 1/2 c

How To Make

  • 1
    Petit beurre "cookies" are a thin small rectangular tiny cookie first made in France by the company LU found in the international food section or international markets.
  • 2
    Melt the butter and set aside. Break the cookies into small pieces and set aside Mix well all the rest of the ingredient together with the butter. Now slowly you can add the broken pieces of the cookies in the bowl adding in several times watching the other words, when you will find that it is well spreadable.
  • 3
    Place mixture into a loaf pan lined with aluminum foil so you can pull it out after it sets and you can slice. Let it rest in the refrigerator over night. Now you can slice it and you will see that your peace of cake is a "TURKISH MOSAIC ART" No! No! It is a "FRENCH COBBLE STONE ROAD" No! No! It is also called a "SALAMI".. OH!WELL!

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