I need to make Isreali spinach pies, and I don't know what type of dough to use.
If you can find a recipe for Burek, an mideastern alternative with phyllo, but big, do it, beats the little ones hands down, a real WOW
Phyllo is easy since it is ready made but another type of stuffed pie is a sambusak. The dough is made with flour or I use part flour and part cream of wheat or semolina. This gives a slightly gritty texture but good.
I haven't had "Israeli" spinach pie, but I'd imagine sambousa dough is exactly what you'd want for spinach pie from that part of the Middle East.
My old roommate used to be Israeli and ate spinach boureks (sp?) often. I believe it was either made with filo or puff pastry.
If you mean this is like a triangular pastry with spinach filled, slight sour taste and sometimes onions then you can use a recipe under "fatayer dough" (google search)
Help--what to serve with chile TODAY
Help--what magazine was this recipe in (white choc. meringue)?
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