Bosnian phyllo pastries are typical street and family fare ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Barry Chin/Globe Staff Sanela Biloglavic, a Chelsea resident by way of the Bosnian city of Zenica, has become known for her pita. Pictured, Biloglavic spinning sheets of dough. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Not to be confused with the bread common on Middle Eastern tables, this pita refers to several types of stuffed phyllo pastries. Pictured, Biloglavic's stuffing. Barry Chin/Globe Staff They’re called burek if filled with ground beef; sirnica for cheese; zeljanica for spinach and cheese; krompirisu for potatoes; and tikvenica for zucchini. Barry Chin/Globe Staff For each pita variety, Biloglavic rolls it snugly three or four times, and then cuts the cord of dough and filling away from the big sheet of dough.