Other than a couple of common recipes, I have been exposed to much of Turkish cuisine. After making this Kiymali Borek, a Turkish Ground Beef and Phyllo Pie, I am now searching for even more dishes. If you have a favorite Turkish dish, please let me know! This pie does not include a long list of ingredients, but it still has a wonderful flavor. Brushing each phyllo sheet with the yogurt mixed with olive oil and egg creates an incredible flakiness surrounding the ground beef filling.
Even Evan loved the meal. The phyllo sheets are light, so it was easy for him to take bites out of the pie. This recipe is very forgiving to those who are new to working with phyllo. Do not worry if a sheet or two get some small tears. Just try your best to patch it up.