Puff Pastry (Pofuduk Borek)

Wednesday, November 17, 2010


Eid is going on in all muslim countries with all beauty. People visiting each other, eating dinner, sharing good things with feast sole. In every home there is a hurry to cook something for their guests and to welcome their guests in best way.
I cooked a pastry for guests, sure it is not only thing , i will share most of them with you so you can a bit feel about the feast we are having.
This recipe; i saw my friend Ferhat's blog, he has put inside onion and green pepper but i didnt add , i think you can add whatever you want.
It is really easy&delicious recipe which everybody loved.



Ingredients
10 puff pastry
150 gr feta cheese (whatever you like)
1 clove garlic
parsley chopped
100 ml milk
1 egg
black pepper
red pepper

mix all ingredients, put inside pastry, you can roll them or make triangles, the shape is up to you.
put some egg yolk on the pastris and cook in the oven till they got golden brown.
Bon appetit..




10 comments:

Rich said...

Bon appetit indeed! These look delicious; and I like that you can do all sorts of different things with them!

Green Girl @ A little bit of everything said...

I'm craving a Börek right now and yours looks so delicious.
I love the feta-parsley combo

The Mom Chef said...

That looks absolutely fantastic. I've never made boreks with puff pastry, only phyllo dough.

Belinda @zomppa said...

This is beautiful!! Love it.

Couscous & Consciousness said...

These look totally delicious - yum :-)
Sue

Letizia Golosa said...

Yummy, looks good!

Carolyn said...

Yum, looks good.

Dimah said...

Wow, these look awesome!

Trish said...

This looks delicious and based on the recipe it must taste delicious too. Yum!

Victoria said...

I love boreg! It's one of those comforting treats I grew up eating, and everyone makes them differently :) I like feta cheese in the filling, but mashed potato is good as well as ground beef :) It's hard to go wrong with boreg, haha.

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