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    Happy Mom's Bourek (Meat Filled Pastry)

    Tue Sep 19, 2006 11:52 am Groupie
    Happy Mom's Bourek (Meat Filled Pastry) made, devoured greedily and reviewed, for the North African and Middle Eastern Tag game!

    My review:
    Very good. The whole family loved them. I served them with Hajar's Wicked Sauce Tomatish!, my own Coriander/Cilantro Yoghurt (Very Easy Side Dish) and a mixed leaf salad. We had two boureks each, as a main course. I didn't use the egg to seal the packages shut, because if you just lay them on the tray seam-side down, you don't need to seal them. I often make another version of this which has more spices, and I would have preferred more than 1/8 tsp cinnamon in this recipe because I couldn't taste it in the finished product - next time I'll increase the amount. I have to say that nobody else felt that more cinnamon was needed, so this is obviously a matter of personal taste! This is a great recipe - very easy to make, and a big hit with my family. Thank you.

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    Tue Sep 19, 2006 12:19 pm Groupie
    Those look DELICIOUS!!! I love pastries!!!
    Thanks for posting!!
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