Yield: Yields about 6 dozen phyllo triangles.
This tissue-thin phyllo dough is easy to work with and bakes up flaky and golden.
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Make Ahead Tips
Assembled, unbaked phyllo triangles can be frozen for up to a month. Freeze the triangles on the baking sheet. When frozen, transfer them to an airtight container, setting parchment or plastic wrap between layers if needed, and return to the freezer. Bake as directed above (do not thaw the triangles first); baking time will be 20 to 25 minutes.
I've made these for the past two years for my annual Christmas party and they are always a hit! I always make extra to freeze so if I have company at the last minute, I always have a great appetizer!
I've never worked with phyllo dough before and I found it very difficult separating the sheets without tearing them. However, the final product was delicious! Everyone loved them at my book club meeting. I will definitely make it again with a different phyllo brand. Maybe I'll have better luck with a different one.
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