Cypriot shiamishi are, kind of square shaped pies, with a thin homemade phyllo, filled in with this a fabulous semolina cream which is scented with orange blossom water and mastic resin. It is then deep fried in a lot of hot oil and then icing sugar is sprinkled on top.
Churchkhela (Georgian: ჩურჩხელა, , soutzouki (Greek: σουτζούκι), Meşlûr (Kurdish) or kaghtsr sujukh (Armenian: քաղցր սուջուխ), are traditional sausage-shaped candies originating from Georgia. It is also popular in Russia, Cyprus, Kurdistan, Greece and Turkey.The main ingredients are grape must, nuts and flour. Almonds, walnuts, hazel nuts and sometimes raisins are threaded onto a string, dipped in thickened grape juice or fruit juices and dried in the shape of a sausage.
The standard recipe for Greek/Cypriot semolina halva is referred to as "1:2:3:4", as it calls for one unit of oil, two of semolina, three of sugar and four of water. It's often molded with a ring-shaped or fluted pan.