Kunafah or Kunafa refers to Arabic sweet pastry made with strands of butter-coated dough that look like shredded wheat, filled with ricotta-like cheese or nuts. Kunafah is also a Palestine dessert made with shredded pastry and cheese that is prepared specifically for festive occasions.

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