Clever Chicks Blog Hop #14


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Baklava is a traditional Greek dessert made with phyllo dough, walnuts and a special syrup. It is best made well in advance of serving so the ingredients have time to soak into the phyllo dough. Mmmm

My husband and I have a long-standing tradition of making baklava together for Christmas day. This year, he assembled while I photographed the process. ☺ Click HERE to get my delicious Baklava Recipe!


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Mary Denman
Mary Denman
7 years ago

Kathy, I'm so excited to see this recipe! My neighbors growing up were Greek and Mrs. Kanos, my neighbor across the street, taught me how to make Baklava. I lost the recipe but this looks like it! Spreading the nuts every couple of layers was key. So I'm thrilled to see this recipe! Thanks for sharing it!

7 years ago

Cool! My pleasure. I hope it brings back some fond memories! 🙂

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