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Saturday, March 19, 2016

FILO DOUGH WITH LEFTOVERS

Filo dough is a thin piece of dough that is used for pastries like baklava, spanakopita, and lots of other tasty hand foods. 

If you have leftovers in the refrigerator chances are it was good eats, otherwise you would have thrashed it by now right? Take out some sheets of filo, peel them apart. Use as much as you want, if you want a thicker crust, simply use more sheets.

If you had Chinese food the night before, maybe some orange chicken, or some sweet sour shrimp, maybe some kung pao. Simply place your leftovers in the middle of the filo sheet, and fold it. You can brush it with some softened butter, and then put it on a greased baking sheet, and bake it in the oven at 350 dg F, for about 12-15 minutes or until golden crisp but not burnt. 

And eat the finished product, how easy is that?

There's all kinds of ideas you can get online, or on social media, so have fun with filo dough, until next time.

Ron Sambrano Blogger

        
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