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This one is a favorite recipe of my students and clients. It is easy, light, and you can use different types of cheese for the filling. You can easily prepare it to the stage before baking, and then freeze it while placing it in a plastic box with baking paper between the layers. So then, when you have surprise guests arriving, just heat the oven and bake from frozen - easy ! a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.


Spinach - 600g, fresh or frozen

Spring onions - 3

Parsley - 3 tablespoons, chopped

Dill - 1 teaspoon, chopped 

Feta cheese - 200g, sheep, cows or goat

Eggs - 2

Filo pastry - 5 sheets, cut into small size, even squares

Olive oil or melted butter for brushing

 ½ to 1 cup


Baharat spice

2 teaspoon or black (or mix of reg sesame seeds for sprinkle



  1. Steam the spinach leaves with some water (don’t add water if using frozen spinach) until the leaves feel soft and dry


  1. Squeeze and drain excess liquid, then cool down


  1. Mix the spinach leaves with the chopped spring onions, parsley and dill


  1. Crumb the cheese with your hands and add to the spinach mix


  1. Mix the eggs in a separate bowl and add it to the mix


  1. Add a bit of salt, pepper and "Baharat" spice




1.Heat the oven to 200℃.


2.Cut the filo pastry into small squares.


3.Place 1-2 teaspoons of the filling in each square, and fold the sides, brush with olive oil and then complete the folds into a small parcel.


4.Brush again with olive oil


5.Repeat steps 2-3 with the rest of the pastry and filling


6.Sprinkle sesame seeds on top


7.Bake for 15-20 minutes until golden brown. Leave to cool for a bit


8.Serve with a big portion of Greek or Israeli salad, and some olives!

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