Braden Family Cookbook
Inspired by S. Choy
is part recipe and part technique. Samís
recipes in our local Mid Week newspaper often do not have quantities for the
ingredients. This recipe is like
that. Experiment with the filo
dough. It is a bear to work with if
you do not follow the instructions. The
first time I made this recipe, I ended up having to toss our Ĺ of the package
of dough because I mishandled it.
duck all ingredients except filo dough and butter in mixing bowl.
a sheet of filo dough on a flat surface and brush with the melted butter.
Cut across the middle of the sheet lengthwise to make two long strips.
Take a portion of the duck mixture and place on the end of one of the
strips leaving about 1 -2 inches uncovered on that end.
Fold the end over the mixture, then fold the sides over and roll it up in
a burrito/eggroll shape. Repeat
with the rest of the mixture and filo. Bake
at 350 degrees until lightly browned. You
have to watch!
could probably substitute a pound or so of shredded cooked chicken, turkey, etc.
if you are not into duck!