Monday, October 1, 2007

Lafaef Alqulash beljobin (Qulash Cheese Snails)

Recipe by:zainab






1 packet (625g) fillo pastry.

* milk mixture:
1 cup milk.
1 tablespoon olive oil .

*Filling:
450 g Feta Cheese .
200 g mozzarella Cheese
chopped fresh mint.
chopped fresh coriander.



1)mix the Filling ingredients.




2)Brush 1 sheet with milk mixture,place 1-2 tablespoon of Cheese mixture,roll pastry over filling,using this method here.

3)Brush snails top with milk mixture,repeat with remaining pastry.


4)Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes or until browned lightly.

5)Serve with my mom potato soup.





10 comments:

manins: food matters said...

this looks great! I must say it reminds me of burek, which is always a good thing - i love burek!

Ladies, i really like your blog. Thanks for introducing us, the blogosphere, to arabic food!

Blue Zebra said...

How incredible!!!! I am tucking this recipe away as a keeper. And have added filo to my shopping list. You guys always impress and amaze! The soup looks divine as well. Can't WAIT for cold weather. :D

BZ

Arabic Bites said...

Thank you so much Maninas,keep visit our blog we just started.

zainab

Arabic Bites said...

Hi blue zebra,
we really appreciate all your comment here,thank you.

zainab & meedo

Orchidea said...

Very nice rolls... interesting recipe. I like trying food from different countries and I like your blog.
Ciao.

burekaboy said...

that's so funny, i just made the same thing and it's almost exactly the same recipe ;) we call these rodanchas (snails) or as maninas said, bourek (burekas). yours look perfect, as usual!

Arabic Bites said...

Ciao, thank you for your comment.

Hi bb,
Thanks for the compliment.
can you tell us more about the traditional Filling you use for forrodanchas.

zainab

sara said...

Hi girls, i've come to your beatiful cooking blog through bureka boy's one.Like very much your recipes as i'm interested in arabic and jewish cuisine and their influence in spanish cooking.this recipe seems so delicate and reminds me of something similar we make here in Spain.i can't wait to go shop the pastry to make these!i'll be telling you,thanks

Arabic Bites said...

Hi sara,
Thank you so much for the compliment,we glad that you like our blog.

zainab

burekaboy — said...

zainab, we use feta & kashkaval (sheep's milk hard cheese grated) and sometimes mozzarella and a bit of flour. no mint or coriander though in them just salt and pepper and maybe a bit of sugar. it looks almost like the same ingredients you have.

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