1 tablespoon rose water For the Filling Nuts:-• Simple Syrup: This is basically sugar cooked down with water to form a liquid sauce. Spread the nuts mixture over the phyllo in one even layer.8
Walnuts: Walnuts are traditionally used to make the recipe, but you can use other types of nuts like pistachios, which are a very popular ingredients in Middle Eastern sweets.
Step 7:- Bake until golden brown all the way into the cut lines, about 40-50 minutes, rotating the baklava halfway through baking. Step 4:- Lay one stack of 20 phyllo sheets in the pan.17
Place a layer of phyllo pastry sheets in the bottom of a prepared and greased pan.
Add the mixture of crushed walnuts and sugar evenly on top, smoothening out with a spatula.
What makes this baklava recipe unique from other types of baklava is the aromatic simple syrup flavored with rose water. Allow the butter to settle in, about 5 minutes. Bring mixture to a boil, then reduce heat to simmer, stirring occasionally until the sugar is dissolved and the mixture is thickened but still clear-colored, about 5-7 minutes.
Remove from heat then add rose water, and set aside to cool.
Step 2:- In a large bowl, combine the walnuts and granulated sugar until well mixed.
3 cups raw or roasted walnuts coarsely chopped in food processor• Lay the remainder of the second stack of about 10 phyllo sheets over the nuts. Servings For : 10 People Prep Time : 40 Minutes How to make this beautiful baklava? Advertisements Homemade baklava, baklava is a , baklava is a very special occasion dessert that we eat during the holidays, after breaking our fast for Ramadan or during big events with family. Cut into diamonds and pour over the clarified butter.12
Step 6:- Pour the melted clarified butter over the baklava evenly.
Add the rest of the phyllo sheets carefully on top.
Step 5:- Cut the baklava into diamonds by making 5 cuts lengthwise and 9 cuts crosswise on the diagonal, holding down the phyllo sheets with your other hand as you cut carefully.5
Brush the bottom of your pan with clarified butter.
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