MODA Diyarbakir Burma Kataifi 340g

Kadaifi, alongside baklava, is one of the most popular Turkish desserts and is made with a special pastry dough of thin thread-like strands, similar to angel hair pasta. Kadaifi is assembled by placing filling at one end and then rolling up the dough—when baked, the finished product looks like shredded wheat. Like many Turkish dessert recipes, a simple syrup is poured over after baking. This not only adds a sweet finish but also acts as a preservative, allowing the pastry to last longer.
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