Baklava is one of the most well-known and favourite deserts of the Turkish cuisine. Especially very famous Gaziantep baklava is made with 40 layers of phyllo. Baklava word is considered as a Turkish originated by Turkish Language Institution: it is derived from Mongolian word of “bayla” meaning “to tie, to warp” by adding Turkish verb –v. Its history goes back to Assyrians. The baklava which had been favourite amongst the people became popular in the Ottoman palace and given place on the tables in feasts, weddings and ceremonies. Making Baklava was such important, that a baklava regiment was formed in the palace at the end of 17th century. The significance of Baklava in the palace was not because of its’ being a sign of wealth and sophistication but its taking place in the solemns.