Spiraled Cheese Pie

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Tyropita is the Greek name for this spirally, cheese filled snack, and it is one of the most common go-to foods here in Greece. You want something for a late breakfast, tyropita; you want something for a little snack, tyropita; you want something for a light evening meal, tyropita… I think you get my point.  You just can’t come to Greece without trying one or three of these, and although I prefer spanikopita or spanikopitakia simply for the extra nutrition benefit of added spinach. 
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You can easily make your own tyropita for a party or just for something fun and delicious to snack on next time you are craving something savory. Whether you choose to make it spiraled, cigar shaped, or simply in a cake pan and cut into squares is up to you!

double tyropita Spiraled Cheese Pie

All you need is a package of ready phyllo sheets, a small container of real feta cheese (the block kind with liquid), and a dash of either dried mint or oregano. Some people use a variety of cheeses by mixing a feta with a harder cheese, this is also great tasting. Choose your cheeses, crumble them together, roll out you phyllo, fill, brush with olive oil and roll up and into a spiral (or long cigars). Bake until golden brown, cool, and serve to everyone around! 
tyropita bite Spiraled Cheese Pie
It really is easy to make and always a crowd pleaser around this part of the world! Try it and let me know what you think? 
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3 Responses to “Spiraled Cheese Pie”

  • Kaye:

    My family, and I, are curious what other cheese people have tried. We do enjoy trying new things but the whole feta cheese issue is still a difficult selling point. I think this is a great opportunity for me to start incorporating it with other cheese that it would mix well with. Thank-you for any suggestions!

    Kaye

  • Rajani:

    i just came from FG.. glad to have found your blog, i am drooling just looking at this tyropita.

  • Shankie:

    Im glad I found your blog
    I just love it and I envy you
    Now I will sneek somemore in this blog and feel like on a vacation
    Thanks

    greetz from Belgium

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Hi! My name is Jacquline. Welcome to my blog. I hope you will find some delicious Greek food recipes and enjoy the read along the way! Kali Orexi :)

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