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These were a good starting point. I prefer a larger ratio of feta to spinach. My dh took one bite and spit it out because it was too spinachy for him. Next time I will add a sauteed onion with garlic and at least a whole pound of feta. The triangles are cute for an appetizer too!
Excellent! I made a 9 inch pie and a bunch of little triangles. Yummy. My 10 month old ate 3 of the triangles. Very tasty.
These were fabulous! I was in a hurry so I used 2 pkgs of frozen chopped spinach (thawed and squeezed dry) instead of fresh. I don't think the change made a huge difference in the taste. They are a little time consuming to make, but definitely worth the effort. Your guests will love you for it. I love the fact that I can freeze them and pop them out at a moments notice. Do yourself a favor and try this recipe. Thank you Evelyn.
These were divine! I used half butter and half olive oil and did the variation version in the 9x13 pan. Mmmmm! These were a delightful addition to our Greek feast! Thanks for sharing this one!
Another hit at my Greek party. I used marinated feta from recipe#1700729. They all disappeared--people could not get enough. Thanks for posting.
I used frozen spinach, was able skip the first couple of instructions. Recipe...presentation was different very easy for a week night treat! I put the phyllo in mini muffin pans. Delicious!! Very easy to make !! I also did not use the butter, I replaced it with olive oil. Thank you Evelyn!
If you want wonderful Greek food, make a bee line for a wonderful Greek Chef. We loved these cheesy, crispy pastries. The instructions were clear and I followed them easily. The feta was salty enough for me, so I didn't use any additional salt. The end results were delightful, and we enjoyed them to accompany some creamy carrot soup for lunch. The left overs are in the freezer for another day. I can't wait.