Baklava is a Greek and Middle Eastern delight that is almost impossible to resist. Depending on the version, you might find recipes with walnuts, almonds or pistachios - or a mixture of nuts. Baklava is loads easier to make than it seems, and is a terrific dinner party dessert as it's best made a day ahead.
This Greek pastry is made of many layers of paper-thin filo pastry with a filling of honey and ground nuts.
To break out of the norm, this baklava is made from hazelnuts and pistachios. Baklava is known to be cloyingly sweet, this one is no different. Serve with Greek coffee for the perfect treat.
This simple baklava recipe uses walnuts and calls for less butter than most.
Turkish baklava, loaded with nuts and honey and spiced with cinnamon. Warning: you won't be able to stop yourself at one piece!
This sweet and sticky dessert is a twist on the classic Greek baklava. Sweetened nuts are layered between buttered filo pastry, then drenched in a honey-toffee sauce.
Want to make baklava but find it a little hard? Here's the easier version. This Greek favourite is a popular and tasty dessert.
This traditional Greek baklava has layers of tender filo pastry with a walnut filling and is coated in a spiced syrup. This delicious recipe was passed from my Yia Yia to her daughter-in-law (my mother) to me. I've added a few extra tips at the end!
A favourite that makes everyone think you are a pastry chef, yet it is so easy to make! I taught a Greek friend how to make sticky toffee pudding, and she taught me this fabulous recipe.
Lovely sweet Albanian honey baklava filled generously with walnuts and honey.
This chocolate and pecan version of baklava is easy to make but looks like you've slaved for hours. It is very impressive and tastes delicious.