Baklava

February 26, 2017

Baklava

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Baklava

Recipe source: Lila Füge Blog
http://lilafuge.hu/baklava_7/
Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need.

The first Baklava I’ve ever baked. It’s a great recipe and easy to vary with different nuts. Next time I’will try with walnut.

Make sure that you will have enough syrup to cover the top of the filo sheets as well and you can treat yourself a yummy, juicy Oriental dessert.

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Baklava

Recept forrása: Lila Füge Blog
http://lilafuge.hu/baklava_7/

Az első Baklava amit valaha sütöttem. Nagyszerű recept és könnyű varriálni különféle magvakkal. Legközelebb dióval fogom kipróbálni.

Javaslom, hogy hagyj elegendő szirupot a réteslapok tetejének beborításához, így egy fincsi, szaftos Keleti desszerttel örvendeztetheted meg magad.

 

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