Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of several, often ten, layers of filo-pastry filled with chopped nuts and bread crumbs. It is cut in pieces similar to rhombus. After rather long baking at low temperature baklava is poured with syrup made of sugar (called agda). Agda is cooked mixture of water and sugar.

Baklava is a traditional Balkan and Oriental dish. It is believed to originate from Armenia but because of the many variations it is also suggested to originate from Arabia and Greece. In Bosnia and Herzegovina baklava is traditionally considered a special cake, and is made for holidays such as Eid, Christmas and other special occasions.

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