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Shapkat is a traditional Albanian corn pie casserole that's usually filled with feta cheese, dill, and spinach. The dish originates from the city of Gjirokastra. Although this casserole is traditionally stuffed with spinach, there are also variations that replace it with leeks, wild cabbage, and various local greens. Shapkat is baked until the surface develops a golden brown colour. Shapkat is also called lakror, pispili etc in different regions in Albania.

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