Coconut Milk Custard Roll | Making Türkiye Turkish Rolls Sultan Lokumu * Coconut Custard Roll at Home

I made a Turkish Dessert full of coconut and vanilla flavor. I think it’s also called Sultan Rokum, but if you call it by name, I think it’s a coconut milk custard roll. It is a fun dessert that is made by adding starch to milk and boiling it to thicken it, then placing it on top of coconut powder to harden it flat and roll it up. It’s not like the texture or jelly, but it’s not like it’s completely creamy, it’s soft and melts, so it’s a different feeling. The milk cream needs to be thinner than I thought so that it looks pretty and doesn’t spread too much over time.


– Mold size : 37.5cm x 25.4cm

70g Coconut powder

50g Cornstarch

80g Sugar

450g Milk

5g Vanilla bean paste

35g Unsalted butter

70g Cold heavy cream

7g Sugar


1. Spread the coconut powder evenly on the tray and set aside.

2. Put about 100g of cornstarch, sugar, and milk in a pot and mix the eggplants until lumps disappear.

3. Add vanilla bean paste and mix, then add about 400g of remaining milk and mix well.

4. Continue to heat while stirring over medium heat. When it starts to thicken, reduce the heat to low and simmer with stirring for about 3 to 4 minutes.

5. Remove from heat, add butter and mix evenly. When hot, pour immediately into a tray and flatten.

6. Put a plastic wrap on the top to prevent air from entering and let it harden in the refrigerator for 2 hours.

7. Add sugar to the whipped cream, whip it tightly, and spread it on top of the custard.

8. Cut with a knife and roll up to finish.