Finally, we will finally
publish a video of baklava, which I decided to make much more difficult, by making the filo paste
While not using the incredibly practical and significant
A faster frozen filo paste makes this project longer, it also makes it much more interesting and fun.
Just warning, I did that filo a handle
of times, so I'm not an expert to do that, or baklava, for that matter; but the
Good news is, in spite of this, I still managed to get some excellent
results and suspect that you do so. I'm sure with a little bit of
practice, I could probably do more than five at a time, but once you have rolled the
the lots go pretty fast, and each of them seems to be a little better than the last one.
If you want to practice, you can make a lot and then research on Allrecipes for recipes that use filo. There are no incredibly delicious things
to do with this paper thin paste. Stay tuned for the baklava, but in
In the meantime, I hope you will try soon. Enjoy it!
Gives enough for about twenty (10 to
12 inches round) filo sheets:
2 cups all purpose flour, more more for
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1/2 teaspoon of fine salt
2 teaspoons of white wine vinegar
3/4 cups of hot water (about 110 F) 1/2 cup of cornstarch ]