Yield: 48 rolls
For the filling
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9 sheets cut in half yield 18 half sheets. You make the rolls from 3 of these half sheets at a time, which are buttered and layered, and then cut into 8. 18 / 3 * 8 = 48, which after baking are cut in half, so you end up with 96 half roll pieces (which they didn't mention).
Still trying to figure out how 9 phyllo sheets figures into 48 servings.
If you quarter them you come out with 36, if you halve those you get 72. The math just doesn't seem to be there!
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