- 9oz filo pastry sheets
- 10oz sundried tomatoes
- 10oz crushed walnuts
- 7oz feta cheese
- 2 tbsp Maille Honey Dijon Mustard
- 1/2 cup of olive oil for brushing
For The Syrup:
- 1.7oz caster sugar
- 3oz honey
- ¼ a cup of water
- Zest of one whole orange
- Preheat the oven to 300°F / Gas 6. Brush the base of a 10-12in square cake tin generously with melted butter. Cut the pastry to the exact size of your dish.
- Prepare the filling: mix the mustard with the sundried tomatoes, feta and walnuts.
- Assemble the baklava: line 6 sheets of filo pastry whilst gently brushing each with the hazelnut oil as you go.
- Spread part of the filling evenly on the base, then place two filo pastry sheets, one at a time, brushing each with hazelnut oil. Add another layer of filling and repeat with another 2 filo pastry sheets and filling. Take the last sheets of filo pastry, and place carefully on top to seal the baklava again one sheet at a time brushed with hazelnut oil.
- With a sharp knife carve the baklava gently into squares, triangles or diamonds and bake in the oven until golden brown and allow to cool.
- Place a small saucepan over a medium-high heat and dissolve the caster sugar, honey, water and orange zest. Stir well and when the syrup begins to boil remove from the heat, pour the syrup over the baklava and set it aside for a few minutes before serving.