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About Turkish baklava:

  • One of the most famous and finest types of Turkish baklava since 1864
  • The products are fresh and without preservatives or any other additives
  • All kinds of Hafez Mustafa sweets are made from natural materials and natural beet sugar
  • The sent cans are sealed with an airtight film
  • The products are halal certified by the Turkish Standards Institution
  • Baklava or galash are rooted doughs that consist of thin plates of dough and stuffed with nuts such as nuts and pistachios, and it is sweetened with the pouring of the diameter or honey on them and makes it more coherent.
  • Baklava is famous in Arab, Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines. In addition to the Levantine, Moroccan and Turkish kitchens, South Asian, Caucasia and Balkanism.
  • It is among the sixteen non-European foods and drinks that have received honorary status and have been included in the list of the ten most famous foods in the world.
  • It is the most popular dessert in Turkey. Perhaps most of those who visited Turkey must have tasted it, whether in Istanbul. or other touristic cities, The hospitality dessert is considered the most delicious and famous in Turkey. It first spread in Gaziantep, Then throughout Turkey.
  • Turkish shops are concerned with all their used components, packaging, And the tools used, The baklava varies from the traditional baklava to the ones filled with pistachios, walnuts, and Aloe Vera.
  • It has several types, including baklava with pistachio, baklava with walnuts, and it is sweetened by pouring syrup or honey on it, and that makes it more cohesive.
  • The word baklava derived from the Ottoman Turkish language, It is used in many languages with a slight difference in pronunciation and writing.
  • It was said that it was a distortion of the name of the wife of one of the Ottoman sultans.
  • The popular etymology of the Arabic word baklava is derived from the word legumes. Because peanuts are included in the preparation of this dessert.
  • It may be derived from the Mongolian word pailao which means to bind and wrap.
  • customs and traditions:
  • Baklava entered among the celebrations of the Ottoman Empire, so the baklava procession appeared in every middle of the month of Ramadan. And after the visit of the honorable Sultan Al-Kharqa in his capacity as the caliph, Trays of baklava are distributed to the Janissary units and other military units in Istanbul, provided that every ten people have a tray of baklava.
  • The soldiers received the baklava and transported it to the military barracks with a lavish ceremony.
  • Trays of ready-made baklava were wrapped in a towel, a kind of towel. It describes in front of the kitchen of the Sultan’s palace; The soldiers who will receive the trays line up opposite her.

About Hafez Mustafa:

  • In the nineteenth century in Istanbul and before the construction of Hafez Mustafa store, There were sweets from other famous brands.
  • Those who came to the capital of Anatolia, where the common profession at that time was the sweets industry, and it was necessary to engage in it. Among them is Ismail Hakki, Mustafa’s father, the founder of the now well-known Hafez Mustafa shop.
  • Where he started making simple sweets in the basement of the building in which he lived, and among his children, his son Mustafa was helping him in making candy and at the same time he was the mosque of the mosque, where he was authorized in Arabic at the time.
  • Soon after that, Hafez Mustafa’s shop began in the Eminonu region. It is one of the few commercial centers in Istanbul. Appears in reputable business records.
  • From 1926 to 1938, Hafez Mustafa received 11 times invitation from international exhibitions in different cities and countries such as Paris, Brussels and Liege.
  • In the meantime, Mustafa’s son, Hafez Mustafa Ismail Hakki, followed up his father’s business and managed Hafez Mustafa’s store, where he noticed that the brand met with global demand, and the brand must be exploited, expanded and developed globally.
  • Hence, he put his weight in the field, as he expanded from making simple sweets to making coffee, tea, chocolate, halqoum, and many other products, and marketing them all over the world. It is known about Mr. Hafez Mustafa that he was the first to know and discover Bogshabi in Turkey.

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