Baklava Origins

Many researchers agree to the point that baklava originated in the kitchens of the Turkish Palaces during the Ottoman Empire reign. With the expansion of the Empire, the pastry was introduced in different parts of the world. The Middle East got so extensively involved in developing the pastry that to the minds of modern people, Baklava has become synonymous with Middle Eastern Sweets.

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