Katmer is a Turkish pastry that is traditionally served during Ramadan. It is a layered pastry that is filled with clotted cream and served with syrup. The pastry is made with dough that is rolled out, filled with clotted cream, and then rolled up. The pastry is then cut into small slices and fried in oil. Katmer is often served with honey or syrup and served with a cup of tea. It is a popular snack in Turkey and is often served at breakfast or as a snack. It can also be used to make desserts such as baklava.