Kadaifi is a dessert made from shredded phyllo; made by drizzling a row of thin streams of flour-and-water batter onto a turning hot plate, so they dry into long threads resembling Shredded Wheat. The threads are then collected into skeins.
The threads are used to make pastries of various forms (tubes or nests), often with a filling of chopped nuts, like that used for baklava. A kadaifi dessert is made by layering a mat of kadaifi pastry, a filling of chopped nuts, then another mat of pastry. The pastries or dessert are painted with melted butter, baked until golden brown, then drenched in sugar or honey syrup.
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