|by Jack Bishop|
A collection of quick, easy-to-prepare recipes to make when the urge strikes for something sweet includes Caramel Oatmeal Lace Cookies, Chocolate ...
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Coat a non-stick ... spinach filling. Place triangles, seam side ... frozen before baking - store in an air-tight container after being frozen individually.)
Lay 1 sheet ... filo and filling. Triangles may be refrigerated ... Use 1 teaspoon filling for each filo triangle. Makes enough filling for 48 triangles.
Combine butter and oil; heat until butter melts. Squeeze out spinach; add to the butter mixture and the next six ingredients. Mix well; add egg (stir ...
Place the Ricotta cheese and clarified ... way. Arrange the triangles on a lightly ... 350 degrees about 20-35 minutes or until golden brown. Serve hot.
Thaw and drain ... melted butter. Place triangles on an ungreased ... phyllo keep the dough covered with wax paper and a damp towel to prevent drying out.
Greek filo cheese triangles Bake at 350 ... warm. Mix eggs, Ricotta, Feta together. ... prepared and frozen, unbaked. Then bake frozen (without prior thawing).
Beat eggs; fold in cheeses. Add salt and pepper (to taste). Brush melted butter on each pastry sheet. Place a teaspoon of the filling on the end of ...
1. Thaw phyllo ... Tips: Use clarified butter for best results. Larger triangles can be made for luncheon meals if you wish. Makes about 5 dozen turnovers.
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