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    Posted: 22 April 2014 at 23:35
Hello everybody,
it's my first time to participate in this forum, and I am happy to share my experience in kitchen with you.
Today I 'll show u how to make the most beautiful Algerian Baklava in the world.
The video that u will see it's done by me and my husband.
I am here to listen from u any comments

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Welcome to our little corner of the culinary world, Manel. That's a great video you put together. Obviously you're going to be an asset to our group. And maybe learn from us as well.

You might want to run over to the Member's Lounge forum and tell us a little about yourself: where you live, the sorts of foods you particularly like, etc.


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Hi,
I am from Algeria, and in our country we have a lot of traditional food ( from the east west, north and south and of course Algiers which is the capital city.
I have been teacher for 8 years but now i am housewife. I like to cook and specially making Algerian sweets. so I started to video my recipe. and this is it.Smile
I wish u will like my recipes.
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Hello, Manel, and welcome to the Foods of the World Forum! Clap

Thank you for sharing how to make your beautiful Baklava, we are very appreciative! Please feel free to make yourself at home here, to jump into any conversations or ask any questions. If you need anything, just ask.

I am looking forward to learning from you about your food traditions and hope to share some with you, as well.

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Thanks a lotSmile
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Oh how I love baklava. One of these days I'm going to get up the nerve to attempt to make it. I'm just afraid my attempt won't measure up to the real stuff. 
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Hi,
I am sure if you follow the steps you will get the same results but for how to make the dough you can see my first video about making the Baklava dough 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0_PNgw66xU&list=PLF1ZbqCh_rQaDVLDSMMpkbHV2CkBLoPFX
I can't wait to see your BaklavaSmile 
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Hello Manel 81,

Fantastic Video. Thank you for sharing it with Foods of the World Fórum.

Though I do not have a huge sweet tooth, as we say, and prefer salty snacks, I am quite fond of Greek Baklava after having lived there for two years.

Merits the excellence and thank you for posting.




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I am so happy to hear from you.
I have a lot of Algerian recipes I'll be so happy if you try them in your kitchenClap

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   What a wonderful job you did on that step by step video!  Then the lovely final product...it looks simply divine!

   I've got to give this a try, per your instructions...

  thanks! 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote HistoricFoodie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 April 2014 at 18:45
I have a lot of Algerian recipes I'll be so happy if you try them in your kitchen

Bring 'em on, Manel. Although I'm familiar with all North African food, I'm mostly involved with Moroccan. It would be interesting to compare and contrast the two cuisines, especially as Morocco lacks the heavy French influence of Algeria.

When you post your recipes, please put them in the North African forum.

And don't confine your posts just to the recipes. A discussion about Algerian cuisine---basic ingredients, outside influences, methods and techniques, etc.---is just as valuable as the recipes themselves.
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