Turkish Sweet Pastry w/ walnuts No Artificial Flavors No Additives Hand Made Antepli Baklava is a New York / Brooklyn based company that aims making high quality baklava in the US baklava market. What makes Antepli different is the ingredients. Specially ordered from the land of Baklava, Gaziantep, natural and special ingredients makes huge difference. No preservatives or any other additives used in Antepli Baklava.
All Natural Ingredients No Artificial Flavors No Additives. Hand Made. Ready to eat. Antepli Baklava is a New York / Brooklyn based company that aims making high quality baklava in the US baklava market. What makes Antepli different is the ingredients. Specially ordered from the land of Baklava, Gaziantep, natural and special ingredients makes huge difference. No preservatives or any other additives used in Antepli Baklava.
This breath taking Saray Sarmasi filled with unmatchable taste of walnut from the famous Antepli brand available in 5.5lb (2.5kg) packages.This product will be shipped frozen and most likely to be received at ambient temperature. The unconsumed portion can be re-frozen to be consumed at a later time with an amazing same freshness and taste.
6 pieces of Sobiyet. We proudly present this sinfully crafted Sobiyet with pistachio from Antepli brand. This product will be shipped frozen and most likely to be received at ambient temperature. The unconsumed portion can be re-frozen to be consumed at a later time with an amazing same freshness and taste.
Hiç bu kadar hafifini yemediniz!
Klasik yöntemler ile hazırlaması çok zor olan bu tatlı Dr. Oetker ile şimdi çok pratik!
Paketin içerisinde hazır karamel sosu ve 500 ml süt ile pişirilecek olan kreması var.
Hazırlama sırasında içerisine istenirse bir yumurta sarısı ekleniyor. Klasik hazırlama yönteminde gerekli olan fırınlama işlemine gerek kalmıyor.
Ashure (in Turkish: Asure) or Noah's Pudding is a Turkish dessert that is made of a mixture consisting of grains, fruits and nuts. Ashure is a part of the culinary tradition of Turkey as well as many of the surrounding countries. Its anecdotal history it is claimed that when Noah's Ark came to rest on Mount Ararat in northeastern Turkey, Noah's family celebrated with a special dish. Since their supplies were nearly exhausted, what was left (primarily grains, dried fruits and the like) was cooked together to form a pudding, what is now call Ashure. However, traditionally, this mixture is prepared on the Day of Ashura, which marks the end of the Battle of Karbala. Hence, Noah's involvement in this mixture can be disputed. Traditionally, Ashure is made in large quantities to commemorate the ark's landing and is distributed to friends, relatives, neighbors, colleagues, classmates, etc. without regard to the recipient's religion or belief system as an offering of peace and love. Ashure was traditionally made and eaten during the colder months of the year as it is calorie rich fare, but now it is enjoyed year-round.
Milk Pudding with Mastic Gum; Damla sakizli muhallebi. ... Originally liquid, mastic gum is sold as hard small translucent lumps and melted in hot milk while making dessert. It can also be grounded with mortar and pestle. As it has a strong flavor, only one or two small lumps will be enough for your cooking.
Traditional pacanga borek already prepared and kept frozen for freshness. It needs to be either fried or baked before consuming. Börek recipes (pastries) are very popular in Turkish cuisine and paçanga böreği is much loved because of its filling – pastırma. Pastırma is salted, aged, air-dried beef that is coated with a cumin-based paste called çemen and, although there are many different types of pastırma, the central Anatolian city of Kayseri, near Cappadocia, is the place most associated with this beef.
Traditional Feta Cheese borek already baked and kept frozen for freshness. Already Cooked. Ready to Eat.Börek (also burek and other variants) is a family of baked filled pastries made of a thin flaky dough known as phyllo (or yufka). It can be filled with cheese, often feta or kasar; minced meat, or vegetables. It may have been invented in what is now modern Turkey, in the Anatolian Provinces of the Ottoman Empire in its early era, to become a popular element of Ottoman cuisine or it may date back to the Ancient Roman cuisine of the region. A börek may be prepared in a large pan and cut into portions after baking, or as individual pastries. The top of the börek is often sprinkled with sesame seeds.