Ekmek kadayıfı

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Ekmek kadayıfı
Kaymaklı Ekmek Kadayıfı.jpg
Type Bread pudding
Course dessert
Region or state Ottoman Empire
Main ingredients bread

Ekmek kadayıfı, ekmek kataif, ekmek kataifi (Turkish: ekmek kadayıfı, lit. "bread qatayef") is a bread pudding dessert popular in the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire. It is usually served with kaymak, a kind of clotted cream.

In Greece, it is known as εκμέκ κανταΐφι ekmek kadaifi and in Egypt as عيش السرايا `eish as-sarāya 'palace bread' and عيش اكمك قديف `eish ekmek qadayif 'ekmek kadayif bread'.[1]

In Turkey, it is considered to originate in Afyonkarahisar.

According to Hurriyet Newspaper, the best places to eat Ekmek Kadayıfı in Istanbul include Saray Muhallebicisi, Konyalı and Sütiş.[2]

See also[edit]

These dishes are based on the same core ingredients, and have (confusingly) similar names, but are different:


  1. ^ Alan Davidson, The Oxford Companion to Food, s.v. qata'if
  2. ^ "Ekmek kadayıfının en iyi 10 adresi". Hurriyet Gazetesi. Retrieved 2016-03-17.