|Country Living, Country Cook|
|by Philippa Davenport|
This book comprises an illustrated collection of over 100 seasonal recipes for dishes ranging from soups to pies and puddings, all using produce f...
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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.
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.
Greek filo cheese triangles Bake at 350 ... warm. Mix eggs, Ricotta, Feta together. ... prepared and frozen, unbaked. Then bake frozen (without prior thawing).
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