Al Fresco Dining ? Here’s A Perfect Party Pastry!
Once every month, I post a recipe as part of the virtual lunch table known as #LetsLunch.
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So this month we are dining al fresco. It’s not quite al fresco weather here in Sydney but once this winter chill passes, we will all be back outdoors.
This is a quick and simple filo coil, stuffed with a delicious mixture of blanched spinach and three cheeses (yep – one is never enough!).
They are delicious straight out of the oven and equally good served at room temperature (although you will lose a little of that crisp filo crunch) which makes them perfect for outdoor eating, picnics and parties.
This recipes comes from the late Jack Sages and is published, alongside the stories of his Turkish heritage, in our second book The Feast Goes On.
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Annabelle‘s Butterscotch Brownies at Glass of Fancy
Anne Marie‘s Fresh Peach & Honey Lavender Goat Cheese Sliders at Sandwich Surprise!
Betty Ann‘s Adobong Mani (Peanuts in Garlic) at Asian In America
Karen‘s Watermelon-Mint Cocktails at GeoFooding
Linda‘s Spicy Nectarine-Tomato Salad at Spicebox Travels
Lisa‘s Spinach & Three Cheese Coils at Monday Morning Cooking Club
Margaret‘s Pudding & Cookie Jars at Tea and Scones
Sonja‘s Lamb, Dukkah, Kale & Feta Scrolls at Foodnutzz
Check out our original collection in “Monday Morning Cooking Club“.
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