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Phyllo Triangles

Working with PhylloOne of the most versatile, delicious, and widely available aids to the party-giver is phyllo, the tissue-paper–thin do...

by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins

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Viennese Apple Strudel

It doesn't matter if served warm or cold, apple strudel is always appreciated by lovers of fine desserts. Good with whipped cream.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Aromatic Tomato Tart

This exquisite tart is very simple to prepare and can be eaten either alone or as part of a main course. Tomatoes are low-G.I. and full o...

by Antony Worrall Thompson


Mushroom Spring Rolls

A simple but convincing fusion dish, crispy spring rolls that are baked, not fried, and served with a spicy, nutty dipping sauce. White b...

by Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Mark Bittman

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Mint Feta Phyllo Nests

In this variation on the previous recipe, we use less expensive feta with a minty twist. The sharp-tasting 3-to-1 ratio of feta to mozzar...



Bestilla Phyllo Turnovers

The wonderful sweet and exotic flavors of Moroccan spices are combined to make a miniature version of this classic dish. Serve on a beaut...

by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins


Mini Chocolate Nut Pastries

Tasty bite-sized chocolate pastries'the perfect treat.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Individual Chicken Pies

There is a belief among the Jews of Morocco that their ancestors were responsible for bringing the country”s great festive pie from Andal...

by Claudia Roden


Layered Phyllo Dough with Pistachios and Rose Water ...

One of the best known of Syrian pastries, ba’lawa (better known as baklava; the Syrian pronunciation omits the k sound) has suffered at t...

by Jennifer Abadi


Cheese-Filled Filla Triangles

This is one of the most delicious cheese pastries prepared with filla (phyllo, a thin pastry dough), especially when eaten hot straight o...

by Poopa Dweck


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