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Spinach & Feta Phyllo Rolls: Spanakopita Rolls

Spinach and feta are a classic Greek flavor combination. I add some creamy ricotta cheese and herbs to create the most perfect appetizer. The phyllo bakes to a crisp perfection and the fact that these can be made weeks ahead and stored in the freezer makes them the perfect party food. You cannot go wrong with comforting classics like this one. Follow the step by step recipe then bake some and freeze the rest.

This recipe is in the Holiday Table Thanksgiving Menu #2. It is available as a digital download right here. This ebook contains all of the recipes needed to host a Holiday dinner party effortlessly, loaded with tips, tricks, make-ahead instructions and a game plan to help you every step of the way. This book is perfect for beginners and advanced cooks.  Learn to make spanakopita rolls, roasted Brussel sprouts, the most flavorful roast turkey, a flaky and creamy apple custard pie, and more!

A simple appetizer piled high on a serving dish that your guests will absolutely love. The filling is creamy and flavorful. I love adding ricotta cheese to mellow out the feta cheese and add more creaminess. The spinach is never pre-cooked so, it tastes very fresh and moist and never soggy. Use butter in the phyllo instead of olive oil if you can. I love salted butter. Here, in the States it’s not too salty, but, you can always go for unsalted butter and salt yourself to have more control of the final product.

Trust me when I tell you that you will be very happy if you make an extra batch and freeze it.

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    susan Smith
    January 21, 2020 at 2:27 am


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    Maria Vilardi
    February 17, 2020 at 6:43 pm

    Can’t seem to get recipe for Spinach & Feta Phyllo Rolls. It only gives me the video, I need the amount of everything

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      February 17, 2020 at 11:47 pm

      Hey Maria!
      Thanks so much for being here today. These spinach rolls were part of my Thanksgiving special “Menu Series” and this recipe along with the remaining recipes that are part of this menu are in my ebook. It is available to download for just $2.99. Here’s the link:

      Best regards,

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        March 14, 2020 at 7:55 pm

        I love these rolls, made them twice already, but every time there is too much liquid coming out while they are baked. Yours seem perfect in the video. Could it be because of fresh spinach?

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