|Place of origin||Turkey|
|Region or state||Mersin|
|Main ingredients||Carrots, nuts or pistachios, coconut|
|Cookbook: Cezerye Media: Cezerye|
Cezerye is a semi-gelatinous Turkish confectionery made from caramelised carrots, nuts such as walnuts or pistachios and sprinkled with shredded coconut. Cut into roughly 1" x 1.5" rectangular chips and served on special occasions, it is somewhat akin to Turkish Delights and the Chinese walnut candy known as hetao tang. The name is derived from the word "cezer", which means "carrot" in Arabic.
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- Planet, L.; Bainbridge, J.; Atkinson, B.; Butler, S.; Fallon, S.; Gourlay, W.; Lee, J.; Maxwell, V. (2015). Lonely Planet Turkey. Travel Guide. Lonely Planet Publications. p. pt952. ISBN 978-1-74360-531-8. Retrieved January 17, 2016.