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30 servings or 5 logs, 6 servings each
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Leftover phyllo sheets can be wrapped tightly and refrozen.
Use a total of 9 phyllo sheets, spreading 1/3 of the filling on each stack of 3 sheets and rolling. (You will have 3 logs.) Freeze, then bake as directed. Cut each log into 10 slices to serve.
Omit butter. Spray phyllo sheets with cooking spray instead of brushing with the melted butter.
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I made this for a ladies luncheon & it disappeared quickly. I did add some finely chopped cooked bacon & used crumbled g*****heese because I had that on hand. This was my first time using phyllo dough & it was a little tricky since the sheets kept tearing. I finally used buttery spray instead of butter and that helped. It really helped to cut the logs about 2/3 through before baking so they didn't squash afterwards. Very light and tasty and worth the trouble.
I am Greek and I have made this recipe a lot. I get raves from all my friends.
It takes a little time to work with the phyllo sheets if you have not worked with it, but it is worth it. It is my favorite spanakopita (spinach pie.
Very good, will make it again