Ready in 45 minutes
This is like a hand-held quiche. I love it because the top half gets a nice crunch, as opposed to the bottom bit of a normal quiche. You can use tiny pieces of puff pastry to make bitesize snacks for parties.
"This recipe takes me back when i was a kid and my grandmother made heaps of them from time to time. Always spoiled my dinner with these tastey morsels. Absolutly recommend this dish."- vinnynet
Top-ranked recipe named "Spinach and Feta cheese triangles"
Fry the onion and garlic in some butter or oil. Add the spinach and heat until thawed.
Keep about a tbs of the egg apart and mix it with the milk. Add the rest of the egg to the spinach mixture. Season with salt and a generous milling of pepper.
Roll out each sheet of puff pastry slightly thinner to about 12x12 cm. Put some breadcrumbs on each sheet, leaving a border of about 1 cm. Add a generous scoop of spinach mixture on one half of each sheet (forming a triangle). Top with some crumbled feta cheese.
Brush a little of the milk-egg mixture on the open edges of the triangle and fold over the other half of the dough to seal. Brush the triangles with the remaining eggwash for a nice shine and bake about 25 minutes at 180C
For snack size, use smaller pieces of dough and bake a bit shorter.
caylacakes 1 year agoAbsolutely loved these! They were a hit and super easy to make.
vinnynet 2 years agoThis recipe takes me back when i was a kid and my grandmother made heaps of them from time to time. Always spoiled my dinner with these tastey morsels. Absolutly recommend this dish.