Filo pastry (also spelled phyllo) is a dough of paper thin sheets that becomes flaky when cooked. It is traditionally is used in Middle Eastern and Greek recipes and wrapped entrees and desserts.
These filo triangles are a perfect balance between the sweetness of the pumpkin and the saltiness of the feta. Ideal for a snack or as a party nibble.
To make this cake, filo pastry is shredded and mixed with an orange filling then baked. Watch this recipe being made in the Allrecipes Greek Orange Filo Cake Video.
Chicken breast halves and a tasty mayonnaise, lemon and garlic sauce are wrapped in filo pastry then baked. Yum! I used to make this special recipe when I ran my own catering company years ago.
A beautiful and elegant entree or snack, three kinds of cheese and spinach are rolled up in pastry and baked.
These are a quick and easy finger food; filo triangles are filled with a spinach and ricotta then baked in an oven. They have Greek origins as a 'Spanakopita' where feta is used in lieu of ricotta cheese.