Sheki halva - 1kg

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Sheki halva

Sheki halva

The first thing that Sheki calls is sweet Sheki pakhlava. In Sheki, these sweets is called halva, not baklava. Everyone who goes to Sheki definitely tastes these sweets. There are different opinions about the history of Sheki Halva. There are also those who say that this kind of sweets with an interesting recipe has occurred during the khanate, and those who noted that it was previously invented. However, accurate information on the history of Sheki Halva has not been reached so far.


Rice flour in Sheki Halva is formed by grinding of uncooked rice. Rice water is a very valuable. Rice water has a very positive effect on the skin. It contains antioxidants, enzymes, minerals, vitamins and so on. The beneficial ingredients rejuvenate, tone and refresh the skin. Rice water is also used as an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory remedy.

Hazelnuts used for baking Sheki halva. Hazelnut is rich in proteins, complex carbohydrates, cellulose and unsaturated fats, minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, protein and vitamin E. Hazelnuts give body strength and energy. Eliminates mental and physical fatigue.

Coriander is considered one of the most useful greens. Coriander has very strong antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial features. It reduces the level of cholesterol in the blood.

Cardamom is very good for the digestive system, it is natural antiseptic, improves the heart activity, strengthens the nervous system.

Saffron increases the body's resistance, eliminates nervousness, reduces pain in the palate, strengthens teeth. It affects colds, takes away cough, and lowers the temperature. Saffron is also beneficial in liver, gallbladder, heart and eye diseases.


  • Rice flour
  • Sugar
  • Hazelnuts
  • Lemon­ acid
  • Coriander seeds
  • Cardamom
  • Saffron