Baklava is a rich, sweet, flaky pastry filled with nuts, and drizzled with honey or sugar syrup. Baklava is generally eaten after a sumptuous mezze feast. Biting into a crisp baklava is akin to being transported to heaven. The exact origin of this delicious sweet dish is unknown. The Greeks, Lebanese, Turks and even Armenians all lay claim to the fact that this delectable dessert, originated in their country. However, it was the Assyrians who actually invented this dish in the eighth century AD. Although baklava is a highly time consuming dessert, it is well worth the effort, for this dish will leave a lingering taste in your mouth that you can never forget. To know how to make a classic baklava, visit the link that is mentioned below.
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