Sütlü Tatlı is a Turkish dessert that is popular all over the world. It is a creamy and sweet pudding-like dish made with milk, sugar and eggs. It is usually topped with a sprinkle of cinnamon or nutmeg, and sometimes served with fruits or nuts. Sütlü Tatlı is typically served during holidays or special occasions, and is often served with a cup of tea or coffee. The dessert is also popular in many Middle Eastern countries, including Lebanon, Syria and Egypt. In the United States, Sütlü Tatlı is often served as a dessert in Turkish restaurants.