Stuffed Phyllo Triangles

Phyllo is a very common pastry used in Middle Eastern and Greek food . It is a thinly rolled out pastry which is used in a variety of dishes both savoury and sweet.


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Ingredients 

Phyllo pastry cut into strips of 2″x10″ – 15 nos

Mushrooms ( chopped) – 100gm

spinach-100gm

Goat Cheese/ Feta – 100gm

garlic (chopped)- 1 tbsp

Parsley(chopped)-1 tbsp

butter – 1 tbsp

egg- 1 no

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Method 

  1. Heat butter in a pan and saute garlic and parsley. Then add the mushrooms and once its cooked add the spinach. take it off the heat once the spinach is cooked . 

2. Once it has cooled down add the cheese and mix it together.

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3. Take one spoonful of this mixture and place it on one end of the strip.

4. Roll it in the shape of a triangle .

5. use water to seal the triangle.

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6. place them on a baking tray and apply egg wash on it with a brush.

7. Bake it in the oven at 400 degree Fahrenheit for 15 minutes.

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Tips

Be gentle with the pastry because it’s very thin and might tear easily.

Make sure the mushrooms and spinach are sautéed well because and exess moisture will make make the stuffing runny and the stuffing will flow out during baking.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Vijaya says:

    Looks very yummy.

    Like

  2. Krishnaveni says:

    Tempting…

    Like

  3. Maheswari says:

    Yummy. Want to taste

    Like

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