Kadaif, a delightful Bosnian dessert, combines shredded kadayıf dough with a luscious nut filling, commonly made with chopped walnuts. While there are rolled variations, kadaif is typically prepared in layers, with the butter-coated kadayıf threads sandwiching the nut filling. After baking, the dessert is generously soaked in a thick lemon-infused syrup, occasionally featuring hints of cinnamon or cloves. Originating from Turkish culinary traditions, kadaif has become a cherished Bosnian specialty, savored during special celebrations, and perfectly complemented by a cup of robust Bosnian coffee.

   Where to try it?

Restoran Kibe Mahala


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