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Bastilla, Moroccan Chicken Pie

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on June 27, 2012

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Photo of indivdual bastillas awaiting a dusting of powdered sugar and cinnamon.

Many times I make Bastilla for Sukkot dinner parties since the presentation is so dramatic.  Recently I made the filling layers and decided to mix up all the layers and fill individual triangle shaped bastillas. [click to continue…]

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