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آموزش و طرز تهیه Baklava باقلوای ترکیه

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Baklava is one of my all time favorite desserts and I have been wanting to try making it for a while now. I kept putting it off because the recipe sounded a little bit intimidating. The baklava has actually made it to my meal plan a few times but I either ran out of time or forgot to thaw the phyllo dough. I finally got over procrastinating and got to it and made baklava. It wasn't nearly as hard as I though it would be. I decided to go the easy way and used store bought phyllo dough. The dough needs to be thawed overnight in the fridge so you need to think about it the day before. It helps to have everything ready before you start. I mixed the nut filling and melted the butter ahead of time. I pulled out the phyllo dough and covered it with a slightly damp towel to keep it moist. Assembly was as simple as brushing butter onto the dough and placing it into the pan. Over all it was surprisingly easy. I used this recipe for baklava as I liked the sound of using the lemon and orange peal in the syrup. The syrup smelled really amazing while simmering with the cinnamon and citrus peals. I used some good local honey that I got at the farmers market. The baklava turned out really well! It was nice and crispy on top and slightly damp with the honey syrup on the bottom. The baklava had a cinnamon and citrus aroma though I could not really taste any of the citrus. There was a really nice honey flavour to the baklava where most store bought baklava that I have had doesn't have any honey flavour. With baklava being so easy to make and being so good I will be making this a lot in the future. I am already thinking that I could try it with different nuts and sweeteners. Ingredients: 4 cups walnuts (chopped) 1/2 cup sugar 1 tablespoon cinnamon 1 cup butter (melted) 1 pound phyllo pastry (thawed) 3/4 cup water 1/2 cup sugar 1 stick cinnamon 2 inch slice lemon peel 2 inch slice orange peel 3/4 cup honey Directions: 1. Mix the walnuts, sugar and cinnamon in a bowl. 2. Brush the bottom of a 9X13 inch pan with butter. 3. Brush butter onto the top of a sheet of the phyllo dough and place the sheet into the pan. Repeat until there are 8 sheets in the pan. 4. Sprinkle 1/3 of the walnut mixture onto the phyllo in the pan. 5. Brush butter onto the top of a sheet of the phyllo dough and place the sheet into the pan. Repeat until there are 2 sheets on top of the nut mixture. 6. Sprinkle 1/3 of the walnut mixture onto the phyllo in the pan. 7. Brush butter onto the top of a sheet of the phyllo dough and place the sheet into the pan. Repeat until there are 2 sheets on top of the nut mixture. 8. Sprinkle 1/3 of the walnut mixture onto the phyllo in the pan. 9. Brush butter onto the top of a sheet of the phyllo dough and place the sheet into the pan. Repeat until there are 8 sheets on top of the nut mixture. 10. Slice the baklava with a sharp knife. 11. Bake in a preheated 350F oven until golden brown on top, about 25-35 minutes. 12. Bring the water, sugar, cinnamon, lemon and orange to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer for 10 minutes. 13. Add the honey and simmer for 2 minutes. 14. Remove the cinnamon, and peals from the syrup. 15. Pour the syrup over the baklava when it comes out of the oven. 16. Let the baklava cool for a few hours.