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Pistachio Rolls - Dolama Baklava (~7-8pc)

Turkitch 8oz.
Unlike the pistachio baklavas, this kind has more a lot more Antep pistachios filled in the paper thin layers of hand-made fillo dough. Basically the best taste of Baklava which belongs to only Antep region in Turkey. 8 oz includes approximately 7-8 pistachio rolls.
Availability: In stock
$16.99

Suggested States for UPS Ground Delivery:   IL-IN-MI-WI-IA-OH-MO. Will be shipped w/ice packs. Faster delivery options are required for the other states.(1-2 day delivery). Otherwise, bestturkishfood.com will not be responsible for any damages that occurs.  

INGREDIENTS:
Sugar, Flour, Butter, Water, Pistachio, Starch, Egg, Salt, Lemon

Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of phyllo dough filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey. It is characteristic of the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire, Turkish and much of central and southwest Asia. The history of baklava, like that of many other foods, is not well documented. Though it has been claimed by many ethnic groups, the best evidence is that it is of Central Asian Turkic origin, but its current form was developed in the imperial kitchens (Ottoman Empire) of the Topkapi Palace (located in Istanbul). Other claims about its origins include: that it is of Assyrian origin, dates back to ancient Mesopotamia, and was mentioned in a Mesopotamian cookbook on walnut dishes; that al-Baghdadi describes it in his 13th-century cookbook; that it was a popular Byzantine dish; and so on. But Claudia Roden and Andrew Dalby find no evidence for it in Arab, Greek, or Byzantine sources before the Ottoman period. Vryonis (1971) identified the ancient Greek gastris, kopte, kopton, or koptoplakous, mentioned in the Deipnosophistae, as baklava, and calls it a "Byzantine favorite". However, Perry (1994) shows that though gastris contained a filling of nuts and honey, it did not include any dough; instead, it involved a honey and ground sesame mixture.

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Suggested States for UPS Ground Delivery:   IL-IN-MI-WI-IA-OH-MO. Will be shipped w/ice packs. Faster delivery options are required for the other states.(1-2 day delivery). Otherwise, bestturkishfood.com will not be responsible for any damages that occurs.  

INGREDIENTS:
Sugar, Flour, Butter, Water, Pistachio, Starch, Egg, Salt, Lemon

Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of phyllo dough filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey. It is characteristic of the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire, Turkish and much of central and southwest Asia. The history of baklava, like that of many other foods, is not well documented. Though it has been claimed by many ethnic groups, the best evidence is that it is of Central Asian Turkic origin, but its current form was developed in the imperial kitchens (Ottoman Empire) of the Topkapi Palace (located in Istanbul). Other claims about its origins include: that it is of Assyrian origin, dates back to ancient Mesopotamia, and was mentioned in a Mesopotamian cookbook on walnut dishes; that al-Baghdadi describes it in his 13th-century cookbook; that it was a popular Byzantine dish; and so on. But Claudia Roden and Andrew Dalby find no evidence for it in Arab, Greek, or Byzantine sources before the Ottoman period. Vryonis (1971) identified the ancient Greek gastris, kopte, kopton, or koptoplakous, mentioned in the Deipnosophistae, as baklava, and calls it a "Byzantine favorite". However, Perry (1994) shows that though gastris contained a filling of nuts and honey, it did not include any dough; instead, it involved a honey and ground sesame mixture.

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