See also: börek, Börek, and Bořek



borek ‎(plural boreks)

  1. Alternative form of burek
    • 2007 December 5, Melissa Clark, “When It Looks at You, It's Done”, in New York Times[1]:
      Crowding the table were miniature, hand-formed lamb dumplings called manti; flaky pastries, called boreks, filled with wild greens; and an elaborate paste of chicken, wheat and pistachios called keskek.