Armenian byorek edit In Armenia, byorek or borek consists of dough, or phyllo dough, folded into triangles and milanuncios tenerife bébés stuffed with cheese, spinach or ground beef, and the filling is typically spiced.
The same spiral filled with cottage cheese is called sirnica, with spinach and cheese zeljanica, with potatoes krompirua, and all of them are generically referred to as pita.
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31 The mentor of the student that had written the thesis described the topic as legitimate and burek as denoting primitive behavior in Slovenia in spite of it being a sophisticated food.
Byrek is traditionally made with several layers of dough that have been thinly rolled out by hand.
In 2005, a 100 kg (220 lbs) burek was made, with a diameter of 2 metres (6 ft) 28 and it is considered to have been the world biggest burek ever made.
Kol börei 'arm börek' is prepared in long rolls, either rounded or lined, and filled with either minced meat, feta cheese, spinach or potato and baked at a low temperature."Neverjetno - na FDV je mogoe diplomirati iz bureka!?" Incredible - It is Possible to Graduate on the Faculty of Social Sciences with Burek!?There are different regional variations of byrek.Il n'a pas réussi - c'est bien fait! .It is also called sade (plain) börek and served with fine powdered sugar."Enogastronomia emiliana e romagnola". .Galaktoboureko is a syrupy phyllo pastry filled with custard, common throughout Greece and Cyprus.
25 It may be eaten for any meal of the day.
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