|Place of origin||Turkey|
|Region or state||Turkey, Cyprus, Greece, Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Jordan, Morocco, Israel and Saudi Arabia|
|Main ingredients||Rice flour, milk or almond milk, sugar|
|Cookbook: Muhallebi Media: Muhallebi|
Muhallebi also known as Muhallabia, Mallabi', Mahallebi or Mahallepi (in Turkish, meaning custard, Greek: Μαχαλλεπί (Mahallepi)) is a creamy pudding, similar to blancmange, in the cuisines of Cyprus and Turkey.
It is served in many versions, e.g. with chopped pistachios sprinkled on top (Lebanese style), date syrup topped with pistachios and walnuts (Israeli style), or with water in place of milk (Turkish: Su muhallebisi, Greek: Μαχαλλεπί του νερού (mahallepi tou nerou)). Flavorings such as vanilla, orange water, and rose water may be added to the pudding.