24.05.2011 20.Ijar, 5771 Tag 35 des Omer
Unlike puff pastry, it contains no margarine or trans fats but phyllo pastry, in either sweet or savory dishes, creates impressive results.
The word phyllo means “leaf” in Greek. But from a culinary standpoint it refers to tissue-thin layers of pastry dough used to make delicious savory and sweet baked goods. Unlike puff pastry, it contains no margarine, and no trans fats, and the results are impressive.
Phyllo (also spelled filo) is popular throughout Greece and the Mediterranean (as well as in Europe in various types of strudel), and factory-made phyllo is sold frozen in supermarkets….