Boreka

Pastelicos With Chicken

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on July 24, 2013

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With Rosh Hashanah, Jewish New Years, lurking around the corner on September 4th  I have begun to contemplate menu planning.  Since Michael and I are traveling in August, this year I will have to be supremely organized.

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Handrajo Borekas for The Sephardic Temple Sisterhood

February 17, 2012
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For several months I have been volunteering to help a group of Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel (Los Angeles) sisterhood members plan a cooking class.  Yesterday was the first in what the sisterhood plans to make a series.  I taught a boreka class, including potato and cheese Borekas,

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Kezadas

June 1, 2011
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Last week my sister Barbara was visiting from the East Coast, with her daughter and granddaughter.  Along with Nona that made 4 generations all together.  We had a lot of fun reminiscing and talking about passing the culinary torch down to generation number three.  One of the fondest memories in our family is all of […]

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Borekas de Handrajo

May 23, 2011
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One of my favorite boreka fillings is eggplant and cheese or Handrajo.  The smokiness of roasted eggplant combined with sharp cheese makes a sophisticated filling.  These borekas are made just like the cheese and potato filled ones with the only difference being the roasted eggplant.

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Borekas With Potato And Cheese

December 14, 2009
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Consumed in great quantities, loved by all, the flaky dough and flavorful fillings beckon you to eat yet another one, the irresistible Boreka.  Borekas are usually a savory, but occasionally sweet filled turnover.  There are many kinds of dough and infinite variety of fillings.  Versions can be found in Turkey, in Israel,and throughout the Middle […]

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