Briouats (braewats) are fried Moroccan pastries that might be stuffed with almonds, meat or seafood. The photos here will show you how to fold the briouats into triangles. (You can also fold briouats into cylinders if you prefer.)
Once you've made the filling, set up a work area with your pastry dough, some melted butter, and a lightly beaten egg yolk.
This photo shows Moroccan warqa, but you can also use phyllo dough or large spring roll wrappers.
A quick note about warqa: Try to purchase warqa only when you're ready to use it. It's fairly easy to handle while very fresh, but even a half day it becomes much more fragile and can break or tear when folding the briouats.