This recipe for Serbian meringue slices or sampita(SHAHM-pee-tah) is similar to Serbian custard slices or krem pita, except the thin dough layers are filled with sweetened egg whites instead of custard.
This recipe traditionally is made with homemade pastry, but store-bought puff pastry is perfectly acceptable. The trick is in preventing the pastry from puffing up too much.
The Serbian word pita means “pastry dough” and has nothing to do with Middle Eastern flat breads.
Cream Pie – Krempita
(literal English translation: cream pie) is a well-known dessert from the Balkans, specifically the former Yugoslavia. The dish is usually prepared with puff pastry dough. Our Krempita/Cream Pie is made on thin cake layer, topped with whipped topping and thin chocolate layer.
(pronounced: bɑːkləvɑː, bɑːkləˈvɑ, or bəˈklɑːvə; also Baklava) A popular sweet pastry found in many cuisines of the Middle East and the Balkans, made of chopped nuts layered with phyllo pastry We offer Greek and Turkish stile Baklava
(Turkish: tulumba, Greek: τουλούμπα, Cypriot Greek: πόμπα (pomba), meaning pump, Bulgarian: τулумба) has its roots in Turkey / Anatolia but is a popular dessert even in Croatian, Greek, Bosnian, Macedonian, Bulgarian, Serbian and Albanian cuisine consisting of fried batter soaked in syrup.
It is made from unleavened dough lump (about 8 cm long) given a small ovoid shape with ridges along it using an ‘icing’ bag with a special nozzle. It is first deep-fried to golden color and then sugar-sweet syrup poured over it when still hot. It is eaten cold. This dessert is consumed throughout the Balkans and Anatolia.
King of all desserts has found it’s way on our menu. so many countries are trying to claim this delicious dessert however it’s originated from Czech Republic and unique taste brings him on top of the dessert menu. Walnuts and hazelnuts are main ingredients of this dessert and light vanilla cream gives him a great balance and inclinable taste.