Miro je burek, ko ga je delal tretjič in katerega pomembne podrobnosti je, ker je želel res takega, pravega, že za prvi poskus izvlekel iz Djurdje, stlačil v priročno kolačkasto obliko. :)
Najbolj smešno pri vsem tem pa je, da je že enkrat prej kot pravi burek-mojster recept razlagal tudi sosedi Gordani, ki ga je zanj prosila po tem, ko se ji je moja mami pohvalila, kako dobrega nam je naredil en dan. :)
Here in Slovenia burek is one of most common and popular fast-food or street dishes.
Sadly, nowadays it is many times also viewed very negatively and is associated with prejudices towards immigrants from ex-Yugoslavia, who had introduced it to us after the 2nd WW. There are two kinds, Serbian (round one) and Bosnian (rolled one).
So Miro, trying to make burek as original as possible, asked our friend Djurdja, a very nice lady who has her roots in the countries mentioned above, to give him specific details how to make it.
Funny thing is that then you find him explaining the recipe to our neighbour (who has asked him for after she had heard my mum bragging about how good burek he makes), another nice lady with her roots in one of those countries, feeling like a burek-pro. :)
Anyway, when he had made it for the third time he squeezed it into cupcake shapes. Very practical! :)