Kunafet, also known as Kenafet, is a traditional Middle Eastern dessert made with thin, shredded phyllo dough or ground phyllo dough, and soaked in sweet, syrup-like syrup. It is often filled with a mixture of cheese or nuts and is a popular treat throughout the region.
The origins of Kunafet can be traced back to the Ottoman Empire, where it was a popular dessert in the palace kitchens. Today, it is enjoyed in countries across the Middle East, including Lebanon, Palestine, and Jordan. It is often served as a special treat during celebrations and holidays and is a staple at Middle Eastern sweet shops and pastry shops.
Kunafet is typically made by layering the shredded phyllo dough in a pan and topping it with a filling of choice, such as cheese or nuts. The dessert is then baked on the special Kunafet Oven until it is golden brown and crisp. Kunafet is typically served warm and is often garnished with ground pistachios for added flavor and texture. It is a rich and indulgent dessert that is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Copper is an excellent conductor of heat, which means that it can quickly and evenly distribute heat throughout a pot or pan. This can help prevent hot spots from developing in the cooking surface, which can cause some areas of the food to cook faster than others.
When cooking with copper cookware, the even heat distribution can help you achieve better results. For example, when baking the Kunafet or Knafet, the heat will be evenly distributed across the surface of the pan, allowing for a more uniform cook without burning the Kunafet.
The KN-ZZZ Copper Plate:
- 1 Large 60cm/24inches Plate.
- Designed for perfectly uniform heating with unrivaled temperature control.
- High Gage Copper for Commercial and Bakery use.
- Dimensions: 25 1/4 inches or 64 cm in diameter.