Tesco Finest Baklawa Was £3.19 Now £1.99
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Tesco Finest Baklawa Was £3.19 Now £1.99

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Found 1st Aug 2009Made hot 1st Aug 2009
Selection of traditional hand made filo pastries. Layered and filled with cashews, macadamia nuts and Brazil nuts. Enriched with syrup

SAVE £1.20 Was £3.19 Now £1.99

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What no pistachios.

Great find Alleycat but not online that I can find?

Can you provide a direct link or the store you bough from? :thumbsup:

I have had these - very sicky and high in fat on the back of the box there is a Warning - these contain nuts

Had these a few times before, they are pretty good but i will try to avoid them as i have to save my teeth

By the way, it's Baklava, not Baklawa

Original Poster

thefatcontroller;5908511

Great find Allycat but not online that I can find?Can you provide a … Great find Allycat but not online that I can find?Can you provide a direct link or the store you bough from? :thumbsup:



It will not allow a direct link.
Just copy and paste Tesco Finest Baklava in the tesco online groceries product finder.

I often have real authentic baklava but these are still yummy so heat from me

high in fat.
high in sugars

its a hot deal!

My kind of food! Hot!

i love these, my friend just taught me how to make them, so delicious
this might be a stupid question coz im new here, how do i vote hot?

leahjasmin06;5910111

i love these, my friend just taught me how to make them, so deliciousthis … i love these, my friend just taught me how to make them, so deliciousthis might be a stupid question coz im new here, how do i vote hot?



There is a little red up arrow to the left of the heat. Click it and the heat goes up.

You need to be logged in for it to let you, but given that you just posted I assume that you are.

It's not unhealthy if you don't eat the whole box. :thinking:

Balaclava? Where are the eye holes?
Voted cold for limited visibility.

These are yummy.
by the way:
'By the way, it's Baklava, not Baklawa' Baklawa is the middlestern name, down in Syria and Lebanon were it is famously done and eating a lot :whistling:

heart attack in a box

I can't find it on the website?!

These are normally £2.25 in sainsbury's but clearly this is better while the deal is on. I've only had it one (it's pretty pricey) but they're absolutely delicious! They're like greek Krispy Kremes. BTW it can be spelt Baklava or Baklawa but it's pronounced the first way

Hope the poster can tell us where they found it on tesco.com

mattress;5911100

heart attack in a box



you should respect other peoples cultures. Just as the english have traditional desserts like jam rolly polly, spotted dick and treacle sponge with custard (remembering my school days now), Baklawa is a traditional middle eastern/arab delacacy. If you think these are likely to give you a heart attack you should try indian/pakistani sweets. Full of sugar, syrup and ghee (fat).
Anyway moderation is the key to a healthy lifestyle and well being. now excuse me while I raid my Tesco's for this.

Original Poster

camaj;5913175

These are normally £2.49 in sainsbury's but clearly this is better while … These are normally £2.49 in sainsbury's but clearly this is better while the deal is on. I've only had it one (it's pretty pricey) but they're absolutely delicious! They're like greek Krispy Kremes. BTW it can be spelt Baklava or Baklawa but it's pronounced the first way Hope the poster can tell us where they found it on tesco.com



Just put Tesco Finest Baklawa in the product finder You will not be able to find it if you put in Baklava,
Sorry tesco's will not allow a direct link.

Yeah it's "baklawa" as there is no "v" in the arabic alphabet lol

azzy129;5913220

you should respect other peoples cultures.



What's disrespectful about that comment? It related to the product not the culture

al-animal;5913409

Yeah it's "baklawa" as there is no "v" in the arabic alphabet lol



Or B,A,K or L! Different places spell it different ways both are acceptable spelling

spelling police ITT

allycat38;5913376

Sorry tesco's will not allow a direct link.



If you right click the products name when you have the lists, you can copy the link or if you click it and then copy from the window that opens. However that doesn't tell you the price or let you add it to your basket.

I've searched for Tesco Finest Baklava (both spellings with and without quotes) and all I get is a listing of all the Tesco Finest products! I've also browsed through all the bakery department and it wasn't there

Available instore?
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