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Baklava is one of those desserts that has a reputation for difficulty, but is actually surprisingly easy to make. I suspect this is because working with phyllo dough always seems tricky, but if you follow a few very simple tips, it's really not — and the results are addictive. Read on for how to make a pan of sticky, sweet, buttery, flaky, nutty baklava!

Baklava is one of those desserts that has a reputation for difficulty, but is actually surprisingly easy to make. I suspect this is because working with phyllo dough always seems tricky, but if you follow a few very simple tips, it's really not — and the results are addictive. Read on for how to make a pan of sticky, sweet, buttery, flaky, nutty baklava!

Baklava Cups - Toasted pistachios, almonds & walnuts paired with crispy phyllo & warm honey.  Yum!

Baklava Cups

Baklava Cups - Toasted pistachios, almonds & walnuts paired with crispy phyllo & warm honey. Yum!

Baklava - If you've never tried it, it is a must. So easy and everyone will think you have mastered a difficult pastry. (If you like pecan p...

Baklava - If you've never tried it, it is a must. So easy and everyone will think you have mastered a difficult pastry. (If you like pecan p...

This baklava is flaky, crisp, tender and I love that it's not overly sweet. No store-bought baklava can touch this! @natashaskitchen

Baklava

This baklava is flaky, crisp, tender and I love that it's not overly sweet. No store-bought baklava can touch this! @natashaskitchen

Kullaj ( Fteer )   This Palestinian dessert is similar to baklava, except it is served hot, and can be stuffed with sweet cheese instead of nuts.  It is one of the two top desserts first created in the city of Nablus in Palestine.  Other versions, known as fteer, come in bite-sizes like baklava, and could be stuffed with cream.

Kullaj ( Fteer ) This Palestinian dessert is similar to baklava, except it is served hot, and can be stuffed with sweet cheese instead of nuts. It is one of the two top desserts first created in the city of Nablus in Palestine. Other versions, known as fteer, come in bite-sizes like baklava, and could be stuffed with cream.

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