Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made dessert consisted of layers of filo, filled with chopped nuts, sweetened and held together with syrup or honey. It is a characteristic of the Levant and the broader Middle Eastern cuisines, along with Greece, South Caucasus, Balkans, Maghreb, and Central Asia. SHOW MORE
Baklava is a sweet treat found commonly in Middle Eastern and the former Ottoman countries. This sweet is made with filo pastry and it is filled with a variety of chopped nuts, usually hazelnut, peanut or walnut and sweetened by syrup or honey.
Baklava is most commonly served as a dessert and accompanied by a warm cup of Greek coffee or herbal tea!
|Per 100g||Per piece/ 30g||% R.I.
(Per piece 30g)
▶ of which saturated
▶ of which sugars
|Fiber||1,2 g||0,4 g|
|Protein||4 g||1,2 g||2,4%|
|Salt||0,3 g||0,1 g||1,67%|
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