The world record was broken in Ankara. Turkish baklava of 513 kilograms, made in a giant oven, entered the Guinness Book of Records. Baklava; It is approximately 2.5 meters wide, 7 meters long and consists of 11 thousand 800 slices.
Altuntaş Makina's Dough Rolling Machine left its mark on the event that took place in Ankara Congresium, where the world record was broken with a weight of 515 kilograms. The machine, which is the biggest assistant of the masters who took part in the record, won the admiration of everyone with the dice-thin dough it opened.
Thanks to the quality of the dough that comes out of the machine, the craftsmen enjoyed the comfort of making baklava without any difficulty. Even though they are very thin, the phyllo that does not tear and fits easily on the tray made the record attempt easier and resulted in a higher quality baklava.
Masters were satisfied with Altuntaş Makine's baklava dough rolling machine. Mahmut Dolmacı, team chief, stated that he has been using the products of Altuntaş Makine for years and is very satisfied with this satisfaction.