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A type of traditional Turkish sweetmeat, consisting of filo pastry, dipped in scalded milk, before being filled with chopped nuts (generally almonds or walnuts) and sugar.

The pastries are then gathered into the shape of a flower, sprinkled with pomegranate seeds and chilled.

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