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Borek?

Postby distilledwater » Tue Oct 06, 2009 3:16 am

So when i was down in wellington earlier this year we went to "Cafe Istanbul" on cuba street.

I had the Borek and it was amazing, i have never seen this before. didn't even run into it in Turkey.
might be a long shot but does anyone know a recipe for this plate? or has anyone else had it?..
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Re: Borek?

Postby yvon » Tue Oct 06, 2009 8:29 am

Many years ago I worked in a turkish restaurant that served Ispanek Borek. Sort of like spring rolls but with feta and spinach. The feta was a little unusual, maybe sheep feta? or goat? I know they were done in the deep fryer, and served with hummus.
At the Takapuna Sunday markets there is often a stall that sells the more pie-like or slice-like version.
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Re: Borek?

Postby Craig_Bastard » Sat Oct 31, 2009 2:19 pm

I had one in melbourne.

Fuckin nice.
And you bet it was packed with meat! Fuckin good shit!
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Re: Borek?

Postby Roadkill Girl » Sat Oct 31, 2009 3:11 pm

My fiance's Mother makes the best - I guess i'm sorted then?! 8)


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