How to Make Baklava Fingers

Most think this middle-eastern dessert is hard to make, but let me show you the easy way to enjoy this nutty/crunchy sweetness

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How to Make Baklava Fingers Recipe
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1
Melt one stick of butter (4oz) and let it cool down a bit

Melt one stick of butter (4oz) and let it cool down a bit

2
Open the phyllo sheets beside you and have large work place

Open the phyllo sheets beside you and have large work place

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3
Spread carefully one sheet and brush it with butter

Spread carefully one sheet and brush it with butter

4
Then place another sheet on top and brush with butter as well. Then the third and so on. Work fast so the phyllo will not dry out

Then place another sheet on top and brush with butter as well. Then the third and so on. Work fast so the phyllo will not dry out

5
Cut the sheets into rectangles

Cut the sheets into rectangles

6
Grind together walnuts and pistachio or any of your favorite nuts. You will need about 2 cups. Mix it with 1/2 cup of sugar and 1 tbsp cinnamon

Grind together walnuts and pistachio or any of your favorite nuts. You will need about 2 cups. Mix it with 1/2 cup of sugar and 1 tbsp cinnamon

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Spoon the nut filling in the middle of each rectangle

Spoon the nut filling in the middle of each rectangle

8
Roll carefully

Roll carefully

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Place each finger on a baking sheet lined with baking paper. Make sure that the rolled ends are facing down and brush with remaining melted butter. Bake at 350 F for 15-20 min or till golden

Place each finger on a baking sheet lined with baking paper. Make sure that the rolled ends are facing down and brush with remaining melted butter. Bake at 350 F for 15-20 min or till golden

10
Heat honey in the microwave to make it liquid sprinkle on top and garnish with remaining nut mixture

Heat honey in the microwave to make it liquid sprinkle on top and garnish with remaining nut mixture

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