6 Reviews

Just had this cake for Passover last night. Oh my gosh! So very good! I couldn't find hazelnuts so I just used candied walnuts. That may make it a little too sweet for some, but my guest just raved over this cake. I can see myself using the syrup recipe for this cake for other desserts as well. This is a keeper!

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Maisey March 26, 2013

Excellent! This was my second time putting together an orthodox seder, and this was so successfull that my mother asked that I bring another one to her birthday! Thanks, chia!

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Lighty April 12, 2009

Outstanding with all ages!!

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dlkspeech April 22, 2008

This recipe was a HUGE hit at our Passover seder. Finding truly delicious Passover desserts is challenging to say the least. Everyone ooooooh'd and ahhhhh'd over this one, though. It was very easy to make, too. Definitely a keeper!!

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ecn33 April 20, 2008

I keep thinking about how amazing this cake tasted! A Passover cake tasting great is almost unheard of, but you succeeded with this cake. Very easy to make! The syrup makes the cake extremely moist and delicious.

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aviva April 05, 2007

This was very easy & sooooooo rich & good...a nice change for ho-hum cake & reminds you so much of traditional Baklava Glad I tried it.

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Iron Bloomers November 02, 2004
Passover Baklava Cake