|The Beerbistro Cookbook|
|by Stephen Beaumont|
With the growing popularity of craft and specialty brews, people are beginning to see beer in a whole new light.
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Baklava is a rich, ... with syrup. Boil syrup for 10 minutes. Pour hot syrup over cold Baklava and leave overnight in baking pan. Baklava may be frozen.
This will be ... minutes; set aside. Baklava: Grease a ... large bowl grated orange peel, cinnamon, sugar, ... baklava. Let the baklava cool for 3-4 hours.
Butter baking pans ... remaining butter over Baklava. Bake in ... lemon juice and orange water before removing ... before pouring evenly over cold Baklava.
Combine nuts, sugar, ... occasionally until sugar is dissolved. Add lemon juice, lemon and orange rinds and cook over medium heat for 10 minutes. Let cool.
Purify the butter ... important or the Baklava will becomes soggy. ... stick, cloves and orange peel. Cool syrup, ... pan overnight or it will taste soggy.
Unwrap filo dough ... cooled Syrup over baklava. Let stand ... juice, lemon and orange peels and cinnamon ... has cooled, discard peels and cinnamon stick.
Cut pastry sheets in half. Combine nuts, orange and cinnamon. Use ... syrup. Mix in honey. A jigger of cognac or ouzo may be added to syrup, if desired.
Mix nuts, sugar, cinnamon and orange rind well. Melt ... overnight before serving. Baklava should rest for ... in refrigerator for weeks or can be frozen.
Combine and boil ... sugar, cinnamon and orange rind well. Melt ... lower oven to 300 and continue to bake for 40 minutes. Should be golden brown in color.
Mix walnuts, cinnamon ... IMPORTANT: Make sure baklava is hot (even ... pouring COLD syrup over it. Let stand for several hours or overnight before cutting!
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