For those of you still scrambling to come up with a speedy dessert for a New Year’s eve party I have uploaded a video version of my ten-minute baklava post.
For the recipe, click here.
@George: Thanks for reminding me! I don’t have a recipe for zlabyeh yet but I will soon! I just totally forgot about “Ghtas” this time! Will have to do them this week for sure.
Joumana, I love your voice! You should post videos more often! 10 minute baklava is impressive!
merci Joumana pour cette superbe vidéo!! beaucoup plus belle que celles de professionnels !! explications bien détaillées et présence chaleureuse!! bonne journée! bises!
Now I have no excuse to kick my baklava-eating habit – baklava in 10 minutes! What could be better!
What a wonderful video. I feel like I can make Baklava now! great job. Thanks for the instruction. I’ll let you know how it goes.
This looks great, your video is perfect. Well explained, I really appreciate your efforts.
Next time when I make baklava, I’ll definitely follow your version
how do you make the syrup. i cant find it on the website.
@Shahina: the recipe for the syrup is at the bottom of the post as well as in every post on Arabic desserts on this blog
One of best desserts on the planet. Thanks for sharing this amazing video. Great job !
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