Spinach filo spiral pie

Spinach filo spiral pie


Spinach filo spiral pie

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Even though they look impressive, these spinach filo spirals are easy to make. Serve with a salad on the weekend as a take on the Greek spanakopita.


  • 300g baby spinach
  • 1 large onion, finely chopped
  • 50g salted butter, melted, plus a knob for frying
  • 200g feta, crumbled
  • 1 tbsp nigella seeds
  • 7 shop-bought filo sheets


Warm up a large pan that doesn't stick over medium heat. Add the spinach and cook, stirring, until it starts to wilt. You won't need oil or water because the spinach will steam in its own moisture. Let it cool a bit, then pour it into a clean tea towel and squeeze as much water out as you can. Put the pieces in a bowl.

In a pan that doesn't stick, melt the knob of butter. Add the onion and cook it for about 10 minutes, or until it becomes soft. Put it in the bowl with the spinach, then use a fork to mix in the feta until everything is well mixed. Taste to see how it tastes.

The oven should be heated to 190C/170C fan/gas 5. Spread some of the butter on a 24 cm wide by 4 cm deep metal pie dish.

Put a sheet of filo on your work area. Brush some of the melted butter on the pastry, and then put about 2 tablespoons of the filling in a line along the longest edge. Don't roll it too tightly or the pastry might break. Instead, roll it loosely into a long sausage, coil it, and put it in the middle of the tin.

Repeat with the rest of the dough and filling, arranging the coils around the central one. Brush more butter on the tops, and then sprinkle the nigella seeds on top. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until golden and crisp.


Spinach :

Spinach comes from the family of plants called Lactucaceae, which also includes kale, Swiss chard, collard greens, and watercress. You can eat the leaves raw or cook them in things like salads or soups.

Spinach has a low number of calories and is good for you in many ways. It can make you less likely to get diseases that get worse over time, like heart disease and type 2 diabetes. It also has a lot of vitamin K, carotenoids, and vitamin C, all of which help protect the immune system. And spinach has a lot of fiber, which can help lower cholesterol.

Spinach has a lot of health benefits that can help people with a wide range of health problems. So you should think about putting it in your diet.

Menthe pouliot :

Menthe pouliot is one of the many things we use to spice up our otherwise boring lives.

 Menthe pouliot is a type of plant that has been used as medicine since ancient times because it is thought to reduce chronic pain and inflammation.

In this piece, the author talks about how the difficulty of growing this species may have caused it to lose popularity. He also talks about how scientists are now trying to figure out why this plant is so powerful when eaten and how they can use its effects to treat other health problems.

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