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Sotlachico (Rice Pudding)

During these warm days of summer, a cool dessert seems like just the solution. Fortunately, French writer and chef Rahel Jarach-Sztern has been kind enough to supply one! Known in her family by its Judeo-Spanish name of “sotlachico” but also variously called “sutlach” or "sütlaç," it basically means "milky food." Said to be originally from Central Asia, sotlachico came to the Balkans with the Silk Road. The creamy mixture of rice, milk and sugar was often prepared for people suffering from stomach problems. Hence, for a long time it was considered a healing food. Says Jarach: “This dessert is delicious for summer days and a classic for Shavuot too. It is a tradition in my Salonican family. M

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