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Watch how paper-thin dough for every Balkan Dining Bosnian pita is made to order



By Andrew Z. Galarneau

The pita is the most remarkable item for sale at Balkan Dining, a little Bosnian place in Tonawanda, at 687 Kenmore Ave. It starts with a sort of handmade phyllo dough that is made fresh for every pita, whether it's stuffed with spinach and cheese, spiced beef and onion, mushrooms, or potato.

News photographer Sharon Cantillon captured the dough-making process in the skilled hands of Aida Hamzic. Check out the whole article here.

What will one cost you? Twenty minutes of your time, for it to bake - and a measly $5.



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