Hafız Mustafa Classical Mixed Baklava 1 Kg
Mixed Baklava Walnut is one of best sale type of baklava in Turkey , generally most of people prefer to eat mixedbaklava cause walnut and pistachio lovers , they goona find double flavours as walnut&pistachio within 1 order . Mixed baklava is offer you 5 difference type baklava also within walnut&pistachio , gourmeshop is recommended for baklava lovers also Hafız Mustafa is most popular brand from Turkey . Lets enjoy …
History of Mixed Baklava :
With the Turks, Arabs, Jews, Greeks, Armenians and Bulgarians all having claim baklava as their national dessert . The history of the saccharine dish is a bit more complicat than expected. Here, we recount the story of the dessert as best we can.
Ottoman can say that the Ottoman Empire’s wide reach across its dominions . In the Middle East, Eastern Mediterranean, Balkans and Caucasia can be the reason . Why various cultures call baklava
their own dessert. Whether the dessert came from the ancient Greek or Byzantine empires or the nomadic Arabs or Turks, is still uncertain. What we can say is that the dessert
took on quite the elaborate forms during the Ottoman period, with texted evidence in the Topkapı Palace kitchen notebooks beginning in 1473.
A dessert of the sultans, baklava became synonymous with wealth and sophistication as well as a state tradition. In the late 17th century, the baklava parade begin to take place where the empire’s soldiers had treated to the decadent dessert during the big feast of ramazan holiday . The procession of baklava trays being carried from to the barracks became a parade, with a long march cheered on by the people of Istanbul.
is no longer only a dessert for the rich . Also having become a ubiquitous gift for every kind of celebration. In Turkey, every birth, visit, wedding, graduation or funeral is accompan by boxes of baklava
, the most famous of which is from the city of Gaziantep
, known for its excellent pistachios (baklava
’s favorite filling).