Baklawa is a rich, sophisticated and sweet dessert pastry made with layers of filo dough, filled with chopped/ground nuts that may include walnuts, pistachio, pine nuts, and cashew.
It is then sweetened and held together with syrup, frosting or honey. Baklawa’s origin belongs to the ottoman empire but it is known and loved in many cuisine’s around the middle east, africa and the rest of the world.
Mixed Baklawa (Honey)
Kol w Shkor (Pistachio)
Baklawa Fingers (Pistachio)
Baklawa Fingers (Cashew)