Bourekia are similar to tambouro keftedes of Chios

1 medium-sized pumpkin
2 large onions, finely chopped and stir-fried in olive oil
2 tablespoons of cinnamon, salt, pepper
2-3 tablespoons sugar
1-2 cups of feta cheese, crumbled
1 package of fillo dough sheets or 1 package homemade puff pastry
Grated cheese

•    Clean and chop the pumpkin into several large pieces and add to boiling, salted water; boil until pieces are soft.  It is also possible to bake the pumpkin; do not peel, slice in half with a large cutting knife, remove the seeds.  Bake at 180-200 degrees C.

•    Remove from water and dry off the pumpkin, and using a spoon, take out the meat of the pumpkin and let it drain thoroughly.

•     Once the pumpkin is thoroughly drained, mix all the ingredients together. Take a small taste to see if it is salty enough; add as needed.

•    With the fillo dough or puff pastry, roll out and cut into long and wide pieces

•    Place a serving of the mixture into one end of our dough, and wrap each piece in a rolling form, until it takes on a swirl-like shape

•    The final step is to place our swirl-shaped pieces into a large pan.  Bake at 200 degrees C until they get red.

•    These delicious treats can be served with a sprinkle of grated cheese or sugar

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