Baklava is a sweet pastry that is popular in many parts of the world, particularly in the Middle East, Greece, and Turkey. It is made of layers of thin, flaky pastry that are filled with chopped nuts, such as pistachios, walnuts, or almonds, and then soaked in a sweet syrup made of honey or sugar.
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The pastry is typically made by layering sheets of phyllo dough, which is a thin, delicate pastry that is popular in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. Each layer is brushed with melted butter or oil to make it crispy and flaky. The nut mixture is spread over the layers of phyllo dough, and then more layers of dough are added on top, until the pastry is several layers thick.

After the pastry is assembled, it is baked in the oven until it is golden brown and crispy. Once it is done, it is removed from the oven and immediately drizzled with the sweet syrup, which seeps into the layers of pastry and creates a sticky, sweet texture.

Baklava can be served in a variety of ways, but is often cut into small, diamond-shaped pieces and served as a dessert or a sweet snack. It is a popular treat during special occasions and celebrations, and is enjoyed by people around the world for its unique flavor and texture.