Ramadan Flavors: Traditional Turkish Desserts and Cakes for Iftar
Make room for dessert on your iftar table during Ramadan! You can satisfy your post-iftar sweet cravings in a delicious and high-quality way with Panayır Gourmet's selection of traditional Turkish desserts and cakes. Here are the desserts and cakes we recommend for your iftar menu:
Güllaç: Güllaç , the indispensable dessert of Ramadan, is a light and delicious option. You can add a unique taste to your iftar tables by preparing homemade Güllaç with Panayır Gourmet's special Güllaç leaves and natural fruit syrups.
Baklava and Şöbiyet: Baklava and Şöbiyet , which are among the traditional Turkish desserts, can be offered as a sherbet dessert alternative in your iftar menu. You can prepare rich and satisfying desserts with Panayır Gourmet's Walnut , Pistachio and Cold Baklava varieties.
Milk Desserts: Milk desserts such as Oven Rice Pudding , Trileçe and Profiterole offer a light and refreshing dessert option during Ramadan. You can prepare your milk desserts in a healthy and delicious way with Panayır Gourmet's natural milk and dairy products.
Cakes: After iftar, you can try Panayır Gourmet's fresh and delicious cake varieties, accompanied by coffee or tea. You can provide variety in your iftar menu with options such as Premium Cake , Fruit Cake and Fair Peanut Dream .
Things to consider when serving desserts in your iftar menu:
Store sherbet desserts at room temperature. Freezing the sugar and butter inside will reduce the flavor of your dessert. You can preserve its flavor at room temperature.
You can get a more refreshing taste by cooling milk desserts in the refrigerator beforehand.
Make your iftar experience more enjoyable and rich by serving desserts with coffee or tea after iftar.
Experience unique and unforgettable iftar experiences during Ramadan with Panayır Gourmet's selection of traditional Turkish desserts and cakes. Provide variety in your iftar menu by using different types of desserts and enjoy this special month. Bon appetit and happy Ramadan!