Special Pistachio Carrot Slice Baklava from Gaziantep Region It is a type of baklava that our Gaziantep masters have made a feast of taste with great effort. This Baklava Kushboku is produced from Pistachio and using plain oil by skillfully processing the phyllo.
Pistachio Baklava: A Delicious Dessert Experience
Pistachio baklava is one of the most popular desserts of Turkish cuisine. This dessert, which is identified with the harmonious taste of yufka and sherbet, stands out especially with the use of pistachios. The history of pistachio baklava dates back to the Ottoman Empire period. If you want to learn more about pistachio baklava, which is popular both at home and abroad, this article is for you.
History of Pistachio Baklava
Pistachio baklava was made for the first time during the Ottoman Empire. Baklava, which entered the palace kitchen at that time and spread rapidly to the Ottoman cuisine, has come to the present day with different varieties over time. Pistachio baklava is especially famous in Antep as a local dessert.
Ingredients of Pistachio Baklava
The ingredients you need to make pistachio baklava consist of phyllo dough, pistachios, butter, sugar and sherbet. Baklava making is a very laborious process. Baklava dough is rolled out thinly and made into phyllo dough. Then butter is smeared inside and pistachios are sprinkled. The dough is folded into a tray and baked in the oven. After cooking, syrup is poured on it and rested.
Health Benefits of Baklava with Pistachio
Pistachios are very rich in healthy fats, protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals. In addition, pistachios containing peanut oil are beneficial for heart health. Thanks to the high fiber it contains, it also contributes to the health of the digestive system. However, due to the amount of sugar used in making baklava, excessive consumption of baklava may pose a health risk.
Consumption of Pistachio Baklava
Pistachio baklava is a dessert frequently consumed especially in Turkey. It is a kind of sweet that is loved by many people abroad.
Type: Sweet and Salty Pastries
Fame. egg. starch. milk. semolina. butter sugar. water, salt and special peanuts.
withstand time :
Summer three. Winter is five days.
Before eating all of our products, we recommend that they be slightly heated, since the plain oil in them is natural.
Store in a cool and dry place.
Our products are in stone ovens. in oak wood fire. It is cooked without any additives and is completely natural.