I would like to see a picture lesson on how to do this. There is no rush but it really would be great.
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Assuming you want to know how to work with filo dough. http://www.bbc.co.uk/food...
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There's a link to the photo tutorial in the instructions.
I hear from friends with professional culinary training that the chefs make them do it once in school as a form of torture and a demonstration of why one should buy the prepared frozen dough :-)
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