Sausage with grape molasses, which is among the ancient flavors of Anatolia, continues to be produced in accordance with traditional methods. You can consume walnut and molasses sausage as a snack and use it to decorate your milk desserts. Molasses and walnut sausage, where the flavors of molasses and walnuts are combined with patience, is produced from molasses and fresh walnuts that are boiled almost everywhere in Anatolia in autumn. You will love it when you try the walnut sausage, which is obtained by dipping the walnuts on the ropes into the boiled molasses and then hanging and drying.
Halva (also halvah, halwa, and other spellings) is a type of confectionery originating from Persia and widely spread throughout the Middle East. The name is used for a broad variety of recipes, generally a thick paste based on flour, sesame or semolina, finely ground seeds or nuts, and sweetened with sugar or honey.
This delightful raw, unfiltered, 100% pure and unpasteurized polyfloral honey is gotten from nectar of numerous types of wildflower blossoms. Spun fresh directly from the comb into the jar, all vitamins, enzymes antioxidant, antimicrobial and nutrient properties remain intact. The color is usually bright golden, luscious flavor and aroma varies seasonally depending on the dominant flower source at the time the nectar is collected. Thick, rich, luscious, loaded with pollen and nutritional benefits, it is preferred by professional bakers and makes a perfect topping to a peanut butter and banana sandwich, biscuits, yoghurt…..you are sure to be pleased. Just the perfect “all round” honey!