Thursday, June 7, 2018

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Filo (or phyllo) (Greek: φύλλο "leaf") is an unleavened dough used to make pastries such as baklava or börek in Middle Eastern cuisine and Balkan cuisine. The filo-based pastry is made by coating several sheets of filo with olive oil; The pastry is then baked.

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