What Makes Our Baklava The Ideal Dessert For You

What Makes Our Baklava The Ideal Dessert For You?

Baklava is a perfectly balanced dessert hailed for its unique combination of a crispy and flavorful texture with tantalizing deliciousness. 

The baklava dessert is a Turkish delight made with the sleek and cutting-edge layering of filo pastry sheets and flatbread, filled with nuts of choice, honey, and cinnamon. It was made with ancient wooden ovens and was consumed without a sweat for storage. Today's baklava, however, is the result of a plethora of historical transitions over the middle east, Caucasians, Balkans, Arabs, eastern Mediterranean, greeks, and other Armenians.

This article will discuss how our baklava can truly change your perception of Turkish flavors and how they can be an ideal dessert for any occasion!

  • A Mesopotamian & Historic Gem

Starting with its historical background, the baklava's origin has been acclaimed to be originated by every community, from Greeks to Armenians. Baklava, however, actually originated in Mesopotamia's Assyrians, where Iraq, Iran, Turkey, and Syria reside. Research methodologists and scholars have proven that it's making could be dated back to as early as the 8th century B.C. when they used primitive wooden ovens in rustic atmospheres. 

This baked sweet was claimed to be the authentic dish of the Topkapi imperial palace in Istanbul, where the Sultans lived. It has a strong link to its religion, especially in Greece, where they baked 33 layers of filo pastries, clearly representing the lives that Christ harnessed. Today, multiple people are preparing this dish during Ramadan & Eid. It is also popular in the Balkans, Algeria, South Caucasus, Egypt, Middle East, and Ethiopia, each country using its touch of flavors. 

  • Thin As A Leaf

Whether you are hosting a traditional wedding or a corporate party with your boss and colleagues, baklava is a versatile dish that can find a place in everyone's stomach. Why? There is one reason- it's light as a feather. 

Desserts often make you feel extremely heavy and uncomfortable after a good meal. But with baklava, the case is very different. Made with the thinnest sheets of pastry and light fillings, the baklava took little time for the Greeks to become an enthusiast of this rich dessert. It is lightweight to carry around and export between huge continents and set right in the stomach as an after-meal dessert or snack. By the 3rd century, the Greeks learned the recipe by heart, which was served by virtually every household. It was made possible to thin out the filo (leaf in Greek) pastry, never falling short in terms of taste. 

  • Versatility To Taste

Did you ever like a dish so much that you ate it almost every day of the week, and now you are utterly bored? With baklava, it is a different story. Our baklava dessert ranges over multiple authentic recipes incorporating pistachios, almonds, cashews, and other Indian specialties like lady's finger and Kunafa cheese.

With a comprehensive history and the involvement of multiple countries over the centuries, it is not hard to believe that each came up with twists and turns to the recipe, which may suit the taste of the place. For instance, the entry of baklava into the Arabian lifestyle and culture made it possible to create rosewater and cardamom baklavas. While the Armenians incorporated cloves and cinnamon, the Serbians used over 100 layers for extra crunch. 

  • Healthy & Nutritious

The taste is not enough; one must also think about the health aspects of a dessert, which will compel them to eat it regularly and not worry about their body. Fortunately, our baklava dessert is one of the healthiest traditional delicacies with high levels of unsaturated fats, vitamin E, magnesium, copper, and folic acids. The pastry adds virtually nothing to the calories and is free from unhealthy fats like transformed and saturated fats. It has zero sugar; the sweetness comes from honey, a great ingredient that regulates sugar. 


Authentic baklava can make your day with its exotic and pristine flavors. Putting to the table a flaky pastry dessert and a long-gone intriguing history, the baklava is a one-stop initiation of familiarizing yourself with the Turkish culture of the 14th-century Ottoman Empire.

Are you drooling over the best Turkish dessert after reading the article?

You can spoil yourself with rich and authentically delicious baklava for any occasion. Dive into the artistically light pastry dessert with nuts and honey-filled spices with our specialties.

Contact us to know more about the host of baklavas that we can serve you with!

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