Rosa Cooking

Bulgarian baklava

..juicy..fine..without eggs..I'm doing it this way for the first time and I like it…

Preparation steps

  • Whisk all the ingredients and bake in a pan at 180c for about 30 minutes.
  • Boil the topping and immediately pour the hot cake over the baklava.
  • Leave in a hot oven to cool completely.
  • While the cake is still hot, sprinkle it with ground and chopped walnuts,
  • Cut into desired shapes!


sugar syrup -agdu- you can save a double measure, if you like a juicier baklava cake.


baklava juicy quick and easy raisins sweets walnuts

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