BAKLAVA - Mrs Vahchef

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Mrs.Vahchef is very fond of cooking and her Recipes are very unique and fit for busy women specially working women

Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened and held together with syrup or honey.


All purpose flour 1 cup
Salt 1 pinch
Ghee ½ cup
Water as required
Sugar 1 cup
Lime juice 1 tsp
Rose water 1 tsp
Oil ½ cup
Almonds ¼ cup
Walnuts ¼ cup


1. Take a bowl, add all purpose flour, pinch of salt, 2 tsp ghee and mix nicely.

2. Add water and make a soft dough and keep aside for 30 mins.

3. Divide dough into small portion and roll into thin round sheets. (You can dust some dry flour if its sticky)

4. Take one roll sheet, dust some flour on it and place another sheet and repeat it for 3 times.

5. Gently roll it into thin sheet and cut into round shape by using round mould.

6. Dust some flour and place 20-25 layered pilo sheet like as shown in video.

7. Fold it gently and keep in refrigerator or cover it with wet cloth if you are using it later.

8. Boil sugar and water in a pan until it gets to gulab jamoon consistency syrup is formed and add little lime juice and keep aside.

9. Add rose water to it and mix it.

10. Mix half ½ cup oil with ½ cup ghee in a bowl and keep aside.

11. Make powder of almonds, walnuts and keep aside.

12. Apply oil mixed ghee to baking tray. Place one layer of sheet and apply ghee and place another layer and repeat the process for 13 layer.

13. Once 15 layers pilo sheet is done apply ghee mixed oil sprinkle almonds and walnut powder.

14. Place another layer of sheet and apply apply ghee mixed oil and place another sheet and repeat it for another 10 sheets.

15. Cut into pieces with knife and pour leftover ghee mixed oil.

16. Bake it at 200 degree until nice crust is formed on top.

17. Rest it for some time and pour sugar syrup, rest it for 5-10 mins.

18. Now sweet baklava is ready to serve.

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