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At first glance, kadaif looks like slimmed down shredded wheat. It is a Greek, Turkish, and Middle Eastern confection made from a flour-and-water pastry seived into very thin strands which are rolled round a filling of chopped nuts, baked, and then soaked in syrup. In the Middle East the term for ‘kadaif’ is konafa.

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