Skip Nav
Food Reviews
You'll Want to Buy (Almost) Every New Product From Trader Joe's This April
Food News
9 Things You Never Knew About Whole Foods, Straight From an Insider Employee
Gordon Ramsay
Gordon Ramsay's Transformative Way to Scramble Eggs
Around The Web
Join The Conversation
LaylaCams LaylaCams 10 years
Phyllo is so hard to work with. Every Christmas my family and I get together and make tons of candy and baklava is usually something we always make. It's so good but so aggravating to make. I always get stuck making it because I'm the youngest and everyone else hates to do it. They just like to eat it.
haze1nut haze1nut 10 years
i hate phyllo dough, all that butter in between the sheets. give me easy puff pastry anytime! lol. with phyllo you can make a bunch of things, you should post a baklava recipce, that's the only thing i can think of. that and the spinach feta triangles. but lol the tomato pie.......i would've layered more phyllo for the base and not even bothered covering it. but hey, cooking is all about experiments. now if you want a reaaaal tomato pie, you can't go wrong with paula deen's,1977,FOOD_9936_22716,00.html
crispet1 crispet1 10 years
ALSW ALSW 10 years
karmapunch - phyllo wrapped asparagus? I'm drooling already!
lorioz lorioz 10 years
my mother in law has ben teaching me how to roll out my own phyllo dough, it's supper difficult, but she's a machine. We generally use the really thin dough for making baklava, and the thicker ones for making savour layered treats with spinach, cheese, potatoe or meat.
celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 10 years
celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 10 years
wow! this look so darn cripsy...
Molly Molly 10 years
Awwww, thanks Yum! I (poorly) chronicled last night's Peking Duck feast just for you girls. Tonight, it's a private Szechuan kitchen and I will embarrass myself once again by making everyone wait to eat until I've taken pictures of every dish. The Phyllo creations look delicious, btw. So I may just have to start coming over to your apartment when you make these non-office treats. Seriously. I'm the biggest 52 WoB fan ever. Ev-er.
SU3 SU3 10 years
mmm... looks GOOD! :) We've experimented with the Phyllo dough but a looong time ago. My bf and I would make a spinach pie. We haven't had it in a while though... You've inspired me to make it again! We used several sheets of the phyllo dough and then made a spinach mixture with onions, feta cheese, FF cottage cheese, eggs... I think I'll make it - I just need to dig up the recipe again. And then I'll post it up :)
karmapunch karmapunch 10 years
Have you tried Paula Deen's recipe for Phyllo wrapped asparagus?
jendudley jendudley 10 years
Thanks, even!
jendudley jendudley 10 years
I love it. I am going to try these tomorrow, thans for the great idea.
ALSW ALSW 10 years
I love the idea of the phyllo in the ramekin - I bet I could come up with some different ideas to fill them with. Great idea, Yum!
52 Weeks of Baking: Caramel "Apple" Cookies
52 Weeks of Baking: Mocha-Cappuccino Marbled Coffee Cake
Herb-Infused Bellini Recipe
Banana Cupcakes with Dulce de Leche and Chocolate
Baklava Recipe
Caprese Recipes
52 Weeks of Baking: Gingerbread
What to Do With Basil
Peanut Butter Cookies
52 Weeks of Baking: Two Turkey Pies
From Our Partners
Latest Food
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds