Friday, June 10, 2005
I worked on a Habitat for Humanity house project recently. The project was for a Somali family, one of the many Somali families that have come to the Twin Cities area in the last few years. During the lunch break, we were treated to sambusa, which are delicious triangle-shaped stuffed pastries. In this case, they were stuffed with ground beef, green onions, garlic, cumin, and cilantro. The recipe is here, and looks to be easy as pie for anyone who can turn out a good pastry dough. Bon appetit!
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