Baklava – a dessert of layered filo pastry filled with nuts and steeped in Attar syrup (orange or rose water and sugar) or honey, usually cut in a triangular or diamond shape that originates in Lebanon.
Baklava (Turkey). 'One of the most delicate desserts on the planet, baklava is carefully crafted from gossamer-thin sheets of yufka (filo pastry). Fold in a filling of finely chopped pistachio or walnuts, layer with melted butter and drown the whole shebang in syrup to create a mid-afternoon snack perfect with a robust Turkish coffee.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/turkey
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