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Make-Ahead Spinach Phyllo Roll-Ups

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Keep a few of these roll-ups in the freezer and pop one in the oven whenever you need a quick, easy appetizer. Fast and frozen can still be delicious!
time
prep:
25 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
30 servings or 5 logs, 6 servings each
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posted:
1/13/2005
once i skipped the egg from this recipe and it tasted great almost the same
posted:
1/6/2005
LOVED IT! My 9-yr. old son hates spinach, but even he loved these. I did mix half of the traditional feta cheese with garlic feta cheese for added flavor. I had never used phyllo dough before, but it worked well. I used light margarine to lower the fat and calories, and it seemed to work fine too. I still have roll in the freezer and my son has been begging me to bake it for him.
posted:
1/5/2005
I tried this out at our family Christmas party and wished I had tried it out at home first. It was really good but I made it exactly as the recipe calls and next time I will split it into four rolls and use more phyllo sheets (at least double the amount recommended). The rolls lost their shape with too little phyllo and too much filling. Four rolls works much better! Everyone love it! Disappeared quickly.
posted:
1/5/2005
Made this wonderful recipe and the family just loved it. Made recipe with both garden veg cr. cheese and chive & onion cr. cheese and both were great. Also used the Phyllo cups; buttered them and turned them upside down in the oven for about 5 min. before filling them and baking again so that they would be flakey. Will definately try the regular Phyllo dough soon to see the difference.
posted:
1/4/2005
I made this for our New Year's party. It was a hit. I couldn't find the "light" garden vegtable cream cheese spread so I used the "light" cream cheese and chives instead. It was my 1st time using phyllo dough, frankly I was always afraid of it!! It wasn't as difficult as I thought. The trick is to work quickly and I kept the remaining sheets covered with a wet paper towel. The filling was delicious and there was plenty of it so I made an extra roll. Oh yes, I used more butter too so forget the diet and enjoy! I will try the phyllo cups too. This is a keeper!
posted:
1/3/2005
I liked the flavor, but the other poster is right. I also used butter flavored cooking spray and when I sliced it the whole thing just crumbled to bits. I thought maybe I didn't let it cool enough or something. It was like eating a spoonfull of filling with some pastry flakes on it.
posted:
1/2/2005
This recipe is delicious, easy, and relatively healthy. I wilted 10 ounces of fresh baby spinach instead of using frozen and it worked just fine and gave it a very fresh flavor. They freeze very nicely, so you can make a big batch ahead of time and bake them as needed. My family loved these; they gobbled them up at a holiday party and asked me to bring them again next time! I definitely will!
posted:
1/2/2005
I can't wait to try these. I believe I'll try snipping these into bite-size lengths, but leave the log intact to see how that works,what do you think?
posted:
1/1/2005
Works very well with the phyllo cups.
posted:
12/29/2004
I made these using spray instead of butter, and found that the outer layer of phyllo crumbled away as I tried to slice it. The last one I sliced crumbled the least so I recommend letting it cool longer than the amount of time listed on the recipe. Regardless, it tasted great!
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