Kunefe also known as Kanafeh is a Middle Eastern dessert. It has been disputed originated from Palestine in Nabulus, due to its use of white brine cheese called Nabulsi. The main ingredients are the same as the Turkish kunefe, involve sugar, cheese, pistachios, rose water and creamy dairy product similar to clotted cream (kaymak), Other versions of pastry are made with crust from long thin noodle threads and semolina dough.
If you ever fancy tradition Turkish Kunefe. The best place is Anterpliler Kunefe North London Haringey. This place is tradition Turkish sitting, sort table and stool. Well recommended.
Kaymakli kunefe with cream