Rosa Cooking

Burma or divit baklava

It can't be simpler than this, you need as thin a rolling pin as possible for this delicious and quick agave treat.

Preparation steps

  • I use Jami noodles because they are thin and suitable for making this kind of baklava, if you don't have such noodles to buy, make sure that the noodles are thinner so that they can be "wrinkled" more easily. You will need as thin a rolling pin as possible, I improvise and use a rod that goes into the curtains, it is great because it is smooth and slippery. I turn the noodles lengthwise (wider length), coat the whole noodles with butter and sprinkle a little walnut, transfer the lower part of the noodles a little (turn up a few centimeters) and put the rolling pin on the clean part of the noodles, roll them as tightly as possible and then pull both end and transfer to a baking sheet and arrange. Coating 00
  • After all the noodles are rolled, I coat them with butter and bake for about 5 minutes at 200, then reduce to 180 for about half an hour (not every oven bakes the same, so be careful).
  • Agda for this measure: 380ml of water and 500ml of sugar, I cook for about 15 minutes only until the sugar melts, a little thicker agda. I cut the baklava when it cools down and pour over the warm agave.



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