I went to a Greek food festival last night, and I noticed something I had not seen before. Apricot Baklava. A woman sitting at my table told me that she wants to kill herself after she makes them, they totally wreck your kitchen in two minutes flat, she said.
I looked at online for a hint as to how these are made, the recipes I saw called for nuts and bread crumbs, which these didn't seem to have. Also, the online recipes called for the baklava to be layered in a pan and then cut into triangles, the ones from the food festival were rolled individually.
Are there any Greek Church ladies out there to help me figure this unique recipe out?
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