baklava or baclava (ˈbɑːkləˌvɑː
- a rich cake of Middle Eastern origin consisting of thin layers of pastry filled with
nuts and honey
Word Origin from Turkish
Example Sentences Including 'baklava'
After all, what kind of a party would it be without a little souvlaki and mom's home-made baklava ?
Edmonton Sun (2003)
Here you can get absolutely everything from olives, cheeses, meats and bread, to kebabs, baklava and houmous sandwiches.
Cheap Eats Guide to Europe 1994
The bonus is a chance to choose where to indulge in strong anda delicious, honey-dripping slice of baklava or more hearty Greek cuisine.
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