Tuesday, September 1, 2009

ELMALI BAKLAVA


BAKLAVA WITH APPLE FILLING

I use the same way as regular baklava to make this "unusual baklava." It was just my curiosity but it turned out very well. I used the filling of these cookies except the 1 cup of granulated sugar instead of walnut.
It might give you some other ideas...

8 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

An original version, indeed! Surely scrumptious!

Cheers,

Rosa

Aysegul - Nysdelight said...

Harika gorunuyorlar Iffetcim, ellerine saglik. Kabaklada cok guzel oluyor.

Düğme Bay'la BinbirçeşniHayat said...

İffetcim çok teşekkürler canım,inş.bu dostluğumuz uzun yıllar devam eder ve gözlerimiz hep birbirimizi arar:)

ellerine sağlık canım..ben eski bir sofra dergisinde çok ünlü bir şefin turunç reçelli baklavasını okumuştum:) elmelıya eminim bayılırım acaba az ölçüyle denenebilir mi?

hayırlı ramazanlar canım...

sevgılerımle..

My Turkish Kitchen said...

Tahnk you Rosa....

Tesekkurler Aysegul, kabak ve baklava kelimeleri biraraya gelince bile ilginc geldi acaba baklavasi nasil olur merak ettim dogrusu.

Saliha, tekrar hosgeldin.
Demek ki tek merakli ben degilmisim:) Eminim ki turuncun tadida kokusu da baklavaya cok yakisir.

Iffet

Leslie said...

Merhaba İffet!

I was wondering, do you ever make su böreği, or do you know where I could find a recipe for it (in English)? I lived in Ankara this summer with a Turkish family, and every week my "Turkish mom" made su böreği with cheese and parsley. It was soooo good. I would like to make it, but I can't read Turkish well enough to understand recipes. :( Also, I don't know about finding the right kind of cheese in the U.S., or those little black seeds that go on top...

Actually, there are a lot of things my Turkish mom made that I would like to make, especially zeytinyağlı dishes. Turkish home cooking is SO good. Thank you for this blog! :)

Leslie

My Turkish Kitchen said...

Leslie,
Thank you for the nice comment.
These site has a great "su boregi" recipe
http://www.yogurtland.com/2006/02/22/su-boregi-water-pastry/

For the cheese and the seeds;
cheese is Turkish feta cheese ( beyaz peynir ) and the seeds are nigella seeds ( corekotu ).
You might get these two ingredients online from Turkish food sites.
Good luck,
iffet

Leslie said...

Great! Thank you so much for the link! :)

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