Easy Turkish Baklava Recipe from scratch!
Learn how to make Turkish Baklava filled with walnut from scratch. You will be amazed how easily you can roll the sheets very thinly.. Must try recipe:)
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İngredients for Baklava
1 big egg
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1 cup milk or mix of water and milk
about 4 cups all purpose flour
2+1/2 teaspoon baking powder
pinch of salt
for the filling: about 2 cups coarsely grinded walnuts
150gr. butter
for between each dough total about 2 cups corn starch mixed with 3 tbsp flour
(It makes about 500gr. Can be corn or wheat starch)
for the syrup:
5 cups granulated sugar
3 cups wates
1 tbsp lemon juice
rolling pin
big round oven try

25 Responses to Baklava

  1. Vexed Films says:

    I’m going to Turkey soon, can’t wait to eat too much Baklava!

  2. abed chebbani says:

    thank you very much for sharing the recipe… if the oil is 1/2 cup then
    from the picture the milk looks like 2 cups but your recipe says 1 cup of
    milk, could you please confirm the amount of milk??? thank you it looks
    delicious, cant wait to make it, will definitely tell you how it came out
    when I do make it
    anymore English recipes of yours, I love your techniques… I watched some
    other videos in Turkish they look very good but unfortunately I don’t
    understand any… :-(

  3. mahide tekcan says:

    Looks absolutely yummy, thanks for sharing! Baklava is my favorite!

  4. Alisha Rose says:

    Merhaba! I really love baklava. I can never get enough of it every time
    that I’m in Turkiye but at least now I can make it for my family at home.
    Tesakkur ederim for the video! x

  5. raees rana says:

    it was really nice video and i love baklava in middle eastern restaurants
    here in london, they mostly serve it freshly baked, thanks for the video

  6. ffic4life says:

    Wow this looks so yummy and easy to do. I’m going to give it a go with my
    little cousins for my family reunion! Thanks so much sharing!

  7. Daniel Plowman says:

    Wow, that looks beautiful but now I am hungry for some baklava and I have

  8. Nanna- Lill Røst says:

    Hi, and thank you so much for the recipe. I absolutely love baklava and
    when we travel to turkey its my favorite dessert. I will try and make this
    for christmas. I have always thought you had to butter each layer of
    filodough, but in this movie I can se that in a real turkish baklava you
    don’t have to. I hope it will be easy and successfull to make it, looks
    like a lot of work and a risk of the layers to stick together. But as
    always it looks so easy when you do it in the video=)

  9. Stephanie Penglase says:

    I tried making baklava many years ago but rolled each sheet individually
    and took me about 4 hours!!! I love baklava, my family is Hungarian and
    they have a recipe for baklava as well… however when my great grandmother
    would roll the dough she used her fingers and not a rolling pin! I am NOT
    that patient lol! I’m glad you showed us the layering technique because it
    will cut my time drastically! I will now try this for our Thanksgiving
    holiday thank you!

  10. eliana wylie says:

    oh wow i am going to make this next week i will let you know how i get on
    thank you for sharing looks so good 

  11. AngleWw w says:

    +Turkish Food Recipes hi, i tried ur recipe and my baklava was great!!!
    thank you so much <3 <3

  12. Jessica UN says:

    Thank you very much for this well-explained baklava recipie! I have a
    question about the syrup temperature, should it be colder or hotter than
    the baklava temperature? 

  13. David Frantz says:

    thank you for this incredible recipe, I really appreciate it! 

  14. angelyareem says:

    Can I use this dough for salty recipes such as cheese borek?

  15. Junipa Contento says:

    Teşekkürler! Çok lezzetli ve güzel görünüyor! I am very excited to see your
    technique for making the phyllo dough. WOW! SUPER!
    I have seen a recipe that added honey with the sugar syrup, included pecans
    walnuts, and pistachios in one mix, and used spices such as cinnamon,
    cardamom, and cloves. This leaves me with a question: Is there an official
    authentic “Türk” recipe or does this recipe vary from city to city ve ev ev?
    Sorry mixed. I am learning Turkish yavaş yavaş! Thank you for your reply
    and for your delicious recipes, Ben yapmak için öğrenmek istiyorum! 🙂 

  16. Kcatsara says:

    wow! great job and thanks for making this video:)

  17. rustygrtom says:

    Can you please tell me what kind of flour do you use? And at the end when
    you add the syrup is it cold or hot? Thank you very much!

  18. Mehreen Mahi says:

    Can i use readymade roll/samosa sheet ??

  19. z1685 says:

    I noticed that you don’t spread melted butter over EACH layer of the thin
    sheeted doughs as you place them in the tray. Instead you pour over at the
    end. Does it make any difference?

  20. TheMarmite09 says:

    i love turkish people and turkish fooooood i will come soooon

  21. TheMarmite09 says:

    hi, please can you tell me how many layers you are put in first time and
    then you put nuts and then how many layers you are put in the second time
    and and the same about third layer can you explain thanks a lot

  22. TheMarmite09 says:

    when i watch another turkish youtube baklava they are put very hot syrup
    after finish but in yours video you said Syrup is at room temperature
    please can you tell me what is a different 

  23. zenabdul100 says:

    Thank you very much for your answer :)

  24. Jake Onofriechuk says:

    very good recipe it works well done and thankyou :)

  25. Carol Docherty says:

    Hi thanks for the great recipe. Can we use the same recipe for filo for

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