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Make-Ahead Spinach Phyllo Roll-Ups

Make-Ahead Spinach Phyllo Roll-Ups recipe
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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!
25 min
50 min
30 servings or 5 logs, 6 servings each
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I made this for Christmas Eve, they were so good that I will have to double the recipe next time!
I thought this was very easy to make. It was very good but I would probably use less feta cheese next time. I like feta but it sort of over powered the other ingredients too much for my taste.
Hello, For those who took them to parties, did you reheat them when you got there or serve them cold? If you reheated them, any advice on the best temperature/time to avoid ending up with over cooked or burnt phyllo roll-ups. I am trying this recipe today for a party and would like to get the best results possible. (
Made this for Christmas Eve family get together. Was a huge hit! Not as hard to make as I thought.
These are so good! My husband loves them, and he hates spinach, I can't make this enough for him.
I've made this twice this holiday season and both times it's been a hit! Once I forgot to include the green onions and it didn't seem to make a difference. The flakiness is delightful. I found I had to use more butter than indicated though, perhaps I wasn't being efficient. Be sure to slice the rolls before baking deep enough to make slicing easier when they're done (and less mess too). Highly recommend!
As a Greek, I did find this much easier than folding into triangles for Spanokopita! It helps to add at least one if not two beaten eggs to the cheese mixture. Holds them together better even with the cream cheese. I liked the idea of adding the cream cheese too however, not a fan of the onions in this. FYI: It's pronounced (Fee-lo)not (fill o).
These were well received at our social gathering.
I've made these several times now for parties and holidays. I found a few things that make this recipe much easier and tastier. First, I use puff pastry instead of phyllo dough, its much easier to work with and crisps up nice without falling apart. I also add diced water chestnuts for some crunch as well as sharp cheddar cheese to the mixture. I get requests constantly to bring this dish!
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