Saturday Haiku: Chicken B’stilla

French Fridays with Dorie

Chicken B’stilla

Worth the time it takes
(and the cost of the saffron!)
Bliss baked in filo.

B’stilla my heart!
Saucy chicken, nuts, ‘n spice
recipe is here.

 

Chicken B’stilla

Chicken B’stilla

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To be truthful, I don't know what “Sis. Boom. [blog!]" means either. The name implies something explosive just happened I suppose I would like it if each post would make made a small 'boom' in your day or at least a fizzle. Even though a recipe is included with every post I have a hard time calling this a "food blog" or even myself a "food blogger".

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  1. Your a lil stinker!! Looks about 100% better than mine. Can I eat at Your house?!?B:-)

  2. Anytime Beth!

  3. I love it! The haiku and your resulting pie!

  4. Love the haiku, pictures and the way you garnished your b’stilla!

  5. Can you possibly elaborate on either the ingredients or the preparation of this entree? I find this post to be both a waste of my mindless Internet surfing and a waste of your literary talent. Haiku is so 7th grade. 🙂 But I do love phyllo dough [more than filo dough], so I forgive you. This looks like a winter comfort food meal – you’ve made it so appealing that I’ll just have to break down and make this!

  6. Oh, aren’t you just the clever one… I am jealous of how nice it looks – even the cut into piece looks picture perfect (no pun intended).
    Did you use a bottomless springform 🙂

  7. Haiku is a tradition around here Mike. Much like your nightly bottle of Popov.

  8. Anonymous says:

    A Sis-booming gift.
    Come to me: B’stilla calls.
    I hear! Alas, carbs.

    -bg

  9. Love the poem AND the pie. 🙂

  10. Now that’s a pie…and a haiku!

  11. Beautiful presentation!!! I skipped this week as I was out of town…wish I could come over for a sample 🙂

  12. Ha, how funny! I love your haiku!! And your b’stilla ain’t half bad either! ; )

  13. Your b’stilla looks wonderful. I’m looking forward to trying the phyllo version some time.

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