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01 July 2009

Fish Pastilla بسطيلة الحوت

Hi my friends,
I am glad I am back, I would like to thank everyone of you for their nice comments, I missed you all and I can't wait to visit your blogs to see what you have prepared.
My sister is back in Morocco, I miss her already. One month went so quickly, we didn't feel the time, it was nice and very funny vacation that we all spent together with the kids here in USA. I am going to share with you some pictures when I get the chance.
We prepared a lot of recipes together, and " Fish Pastilla " is one of them.
It's Phyllo pastry stuffed with seafood, it is a typical dish and highly regarded as a national dish of Morocco.
I still have a lot of recipes that are already prepared, I just need the time to work on the video.But before going to the next recipe, let me first answer the e-mails. I have a lot of work lol.
Hope you enjoy my first recipe after the break.


  1. welcome back!!! that's a nice comeback recipe. I think i'll try that but I just don't know where to find the wrapper. I love all the ingredients there and how it's made.

  2. This looks delicious! I've tried a chicken and almond pastilla but never a seafood one. I'd like to try this out!

  3. Salut ma chere ,tu nous a manque et je suis heureuse d'avoir de tes nouvelles et tes bonnes recettes.
    Ta bastella est un delice j'adore ce plat.Bisous

  4. Bon retour. Je fais de la pastilla au poulet et aux pigeons, mais je n'ai pas encore essayé celle aux poissons. Il va falloir le faire.
    je t'embrasse

  5. Bonsoir
    j'adore la pastilla, merci pour la recette!
    merci d'avoir tenté les concombres au yaourt, je suis contente qu'elle vous ai plu!!
    bonne soirée
    à bientôt

  6. Hi
    Ialso live in the US and idont know where t o get brick sheets ,i dont like the phyllo .
    Ifound a shop online in NJ but the shippping is expensive ,they have these northafrican sheets(dioul ou warka ,called also feuilles de brick in French )
    do you know any shops in theuS that sell them??
    where i nthe US are you ? right now Iam in louisville
    my food blog is saveurs chanteliennes ,have alook at it .
    itis the fist time I come to yours .
    Lamia Amsler