# At the night, cut the cheese
into a few pieces and rest these pieces in water. The day after, place them onto a colander. (Instead of doing all these processes, you can use sting cheese
# Melt the butter or the margarine over low heat, without burning it. Grease the baking tray.
# Superpose the 3 of the yufkas onto the greased baking tray, by spreading melted butter all over the each yufka after placing them onto the tray.
# Place the cheese
slices firmly all over the 3rd yufka.
# Superpose the remaining 3 yufkas over the cheese
layer as the first 3 ones.
# Spread the remaining melted butter all over. Cut the prepared baklava into pieces, however you want. Place the tray into the oven, which is preheated to 365 F.
# When the upper side of the baklava turns into red, turn off the oven. Open the door of the oven, but do not remove the tray from the oven.
# Meanwhile, pour the water into a pot and add the sugar
in it. And place this mixture over heat. When the mixture reaches to the boiling temperature, add lemon
juice in it and boil the mixture for a while more.
# Remove the tepid baklava from the oven. Pour the hot syrup, which is removed from the stove 5-6 minutes before, all over the baklava.
# Serve it tepid, about half an hour later.