Talk:kalburabastı

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RFV discussion: March–July 2017[edit]

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Attested in English with the dotless i, or even with dotted i? Should perhaps be coverted to a Turkish(?) entry. - -sche (discuss) 04:55, 18 March 2017 (UTC)

With the dotted i, I can find two citations:
  • 2007, Ghillie Basan, Middle Eastern Kitchen, ISBN 0781811902, page 136:
    Walnuts are used in a variety of syrupy desserts and pastries, such as kalburabasti, a Turkish dish of walnut spongecake soaked in syrup, and the much- loved baklava.
  • 2014, Banu Atabay, Mutevazi Lezzetler English, page 575:
(the second has a recipe for how to make it). Kiwima (talk) 19:41, 18 March 2017 (UTC)

RFV-failed Kiwima (talk) 03:11, 26 July 2017 (UTC)

RFV discussion: March 2017[edit]

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Attested in English with the dotless i, or even with dotted i? Should perhaps be coverted to a Turkish(?) entry. - -sche (discuss) 04:55, 18 March 2017 (UTC)

With the dotted i, I can find two citations:
  • 2007, Ghillie Basan, Middle Eastern Kitchen, ISBN 0781811902, page 136:
    Walnuts are used in a variety of syrupy desserts and pastries, such as kalburabasti, a Turkish dish of walnut spongecake soaked in syrup, and the much- loved baklava.
  • 2014, Banu Atabay, Mutevazi Lezzetler English, page 575:
(the second has a recipe for how to make it). Kiwima (talk) 19:41, 18 March 2017 (UTC)