Best Ever Boyus 2015

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on May 4, 2015

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I made these the other night and froze them.  Since Passover I have been in a baking frenzy.  I was craving all of the old favorites, Sephardic Desayuno, that is. [click to continue…]



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Bulemas With Rainbow Swiss Chard

May 16, 2012
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Inspiring produce abounds at the Santa Monica Farmers Market every Wednesday.  If you arrive early enough there is a chance of shooting some great pictures before the later crowds block the stalls from a clear view.  Some very fine and limited quantity items

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Boyos de Spinaca

June 21, 2010
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Boyos de Spinaca y Cheso Last week on my recipe experiment day, I finally tried something I have been thinking about for years.  My mother, Nona always speaks of how her mother could open up the Masa, or dough for boyos until it was transparent and paper thin.  Once the dough was opened, she would […]

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September 14, 2009
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Bulemas or Boyus, depending on what town your grandparents came from, are spirals of stuffed dough, baked in the oven until crisp.  Spinach and cheese filling is my favorite.  Yeast dough is stretched until, it is a long rectangle, then filled, rolled into a cylinder, sealed at the ends, and coiled into a nest.  They […]

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