Made with phyllo pastry, walnuts, almonds, sugar, vegetable oil, cinnamon, cloves, lemon and honey
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Probably one of the most recognized Greek pastries, baklava is a dessert of the Middle East and Mediterranean, and it has numerous variations depending on the country of origin. Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Afghanistan, Georgia, Iran, Armenia, and many other countries and regions all have a variation of this pastry, which is made with buttered layers of phyllo dough and ground nuts (usually pistachio, walnuts, or almonds, or a combination) and covered in a sweet, often honeyed, syrup. Other flavourings include cinnamon, cloves, rose water, cardamon, clove, and orange rind.