A Perfect Light Meal
This is a quick and simple filo coil, stuffed with a delicious mixture of blanched spinach and three cheeses (yep – one is never enough!)
It would work well to break the Yom Kippur fast (especially for those of you in Australia where our fast ends unusually late) or for any time when a light bite is needed. You can freeze them rolled and raw, and then defrost and bake as needed.
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 a do-ahead meal. You can make them in individual coils (as we have done) or make each coil join on to the next so you have one large coiled circle.
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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