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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Kadaif for you - Bon Appétit

6 Comments:

Blogger Leif Hagen said...

It looks yummy and sits on a beautiful table! Delicious photo!

10 March, 2010 14:10  
Blogger Kate said...

The plate is beautiful...such lovely blue colour!

10 March, 2010 16:13  
OpenID Owen said...

Is it like baklava?

10 March, 2010 16:52  
Blogger Hans said...

Wikipedia: Kadaif

The threads are used to make pastries of various forms (tubes or nests), often with a filling of chopped nuts, like that used for baklava. A kadaif dessert is made by layering a mat of kadaif pastry, a filling of chopped nuts, then another mat of pastry. The pastries or dessert are painted with melted butter, baked until golden brown, then drenched in sugar or honey syrup. Kadaif is sometimes used, in fusion cuisine, to make savory pastries.[6]

( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanafeh#Kadaif )

11 March, 2010 14:47  
OpenID Owen said...

Mmmm! Thanks, Hans.

11 March, 2010 16:08  
Blogger Hans said...

I agree, it sounds delicious :-P

11 March, 2010 22:24  

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