Armenian Baklava

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  • walnuts-halfs
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  • shreded-butter
  • flour-mixed-with-butter
  • adding-egg-yolks
  • adding-sour-cream
  • rolled-dough-into-ball
  • blending-walnuts
  • mixing-egg-whites
  • adding-sugar
  • adding-spices
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  • three-pieces-of-dough
  • rolling-dough
  • first-crust
  • putting-filling
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  • cutting-baklava
  • cutting into diamonds shape
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  • drizzle-honey
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  • baklava-with-lemons

Viktoria

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4 Responses

  1. Galina Parrish says:

    Viktoria, thank you for sharing this recipe. I can’t wait to try to make it myself! It was sooooo delicious!

  2. Viktoria says:

    Galina, I am happy that you enjoyed it! Thank you for you comments!
    xoxoxo
    Viktoria

  3. Excellent looking baklava dear Viktoria! We also consume lots of baklava here, which often includes pistachios. It was one of the most popular desserts in the Byzantine empire and to this day, you can find it at any pastry shop around Greece. We haven’t tried making it at home though, we always thought it’d be quite difficult to make. And with your beautiful post you proved otherwise!:)
    Thanx for sharing it Viktoria, Pinned!
    Lots of hugs!
    xoxoxo

    • Viktoria says:

      This recipe of baklava is a little different than traditional Greek baklava. The dough is thicker and it is not as sweet but it is still very delicious. Thank you for your comments.
      Stay warm!
      xoxoxo
      Viktoria

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