Turkish Delight With Fig & Walnut
Baklava is made by layering sheets of the unleavened dough called phyllo, brushing each with butter and honey, tucking chopped nuts in between, and baking it. Baklava is Turkish, possibly from a Mongolian root meaning “to wrap up or pile up.” Baklava is part of the cuisine of many Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and Central Asian countries, but it probably originated in Istanbul during the Ottoman Empire. It’s a sweet, rich way to end a tasty meal.
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