Chocolate Baklava - La Receta de la Felicidad
Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of filo pastry filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey. It is characteristic of the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire and Central Asia. I find that chocolate and baklava were meant to be, since the bitter chocolate makes a sublime combination with […]
Coconut Chocolate Baklava - What's Gaby Cooking
Everybody loves a great piece of baklava - here's a fun spin on a classic dessert! Try this Coconut Chocolate Baklava and you'll be the star of any party!
Crispy Honey Glazed Rolls
phyllo sheets70 g pistachios*150 g almonds1/2 tsp cinnamon1/2 tsp fresh ginger, grated100 g dark chocolate150 g apricots2 Tbsp brown sugar2 Tbsp rum150 g butter150 g honey *If you have salted pistachios, soak them in warm water for about 10 minutes. The salt will be removed and you can easy peal the pistachios. Chop almonds, pistachios Continue Reading
Sticky baklava rolls - Simply Delicious
These sticky baklava rolls is a delicious sweet treat loaded with brown sugar, cinnamon and pecan nuts. The sticky syrup takes it over the top.
Burma Baklava – Videolu Tarif
Bu aralar serbetli tatlilarla aramin cok iyi oldugundan bahsetmistim. Bu da en son yaptigim cevizli baklava. Son derece nefis ve yapiminda oyle korkulacak bir sey yok. Malzemeler:Kap olcusu nedir? Kap olcusu icin buraya bakabilirsiniz.15 tane hazir baklava yufkasi (yaklasik 500 g.)3 kap orta buyuklukte cekilmis ceviz1 kap ve 2 yemek kasigi tereyagi (yaklasik 250 g., eritilmis)Serbeti…
Chocolate Baklava - Souvlaki For The Soul
Baklava. The mere mention of this word can often bring up heated discussions about the origins and authenticity of this dish. I've indulged in a variety of versions over the years whether it be Greek, Turkish or Lebanese. Each variation is delicious in its own right. You can't argue against that! One thing they all...Read More
Our Experiences from Three Months in Istanbul
After a couple months in Istanbul, I started avoiding my reflection. But one morning, I accidentally caught a glimpse. Yep, a little chubbier than normal. And I was thrilled! Considering the rate at which I had been shoveling Istanbul's infamous sweets into my honey-smeared mouth, "a little chubbier than normal" was perfectly acceptable.