The Story of Baklava began long ago. The mighty Assyrians, who had been preparing it early as the 8th century B.C. by layering unleavened flat bread with chopped nuts in between, drenching it in honey and then baking it in primitive wood-burning ovens. The modern day Baklava went through a number of transitions as the history of the area kept on changing. Middle East, Eastern Mediterranean, Balkans, Caucasia: Turk, Arabs, Greeks, Armenians, who introduce Baklava as their national dessert were all part of Ottoman empire once.
It would be reasonable to conclude that making of Baklava has been seen as a Mastership on it own because of the importance given to Baklava in the Ottoman empire!
WHAT OTHER SAY
Every item taste’s delicious.
MAHA JABEEN KHAN
Unique Desserts for your Taste Buds.
I really had a great day by having the best kunafa in the town.