Spinach & Ricotta Pastries

This is honestly the most easiest ting in the world to make & it is suppppper delicious! I am an advocate for simple recipes πŸ™‚

These spinach & ricotta pastries took about 40 mins in total to make (10 mins prep, 30 mins to cook) & afterwards, I couldn’t wait to eat them – they were just great! (Call me Chef Anita!)

Below is the recipe:


1 bunch spinach, leaves removed, washed and chopped

500g fresh ricotta cheese

1 egg, lightly beaten


8 sheets filo pastry


2 tablespoons olive oil
1. PrIMG_4320eheat oven to 180Β°C. Lightly grease 2 baking trays. Cook spinach in a small saucepan of boiling salted water for 30 seconds or until just wilted. Drain and refresh under cold water. Drain well.

2. Squeeze all moisture from spinach. Place into a mixing bowl. Add ricotta Β &egg. Season with salt, pepper & some herbs. Mix well to combine.


3. Place 1 sheet of filo onto work surface. Cut into squares or strips. (Keep remaining sheets of pastry covered with a damp paper towel so they don’t dry out)
4. Brush pastry lightly with oil. Place a tablespoon of spinach mixture in 1 middleΒ of filo and foldΒ in the middle. Brush pastry with olive oil. Place onto baking tray. Continue with remaining pastry and spinach filling.


5. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until golden and crisp. Place 3 onto each entree plate and serve hot.IMG_4324
And… Enjoy πŸ™‚
Making this was super fun Β & simple, you can go ahead & add anything to this to give it more flavour ie mushroom etc.
A, x (1)

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Hello, my name is Anita, I am a 23 year old Croatian girl who loves reading self development books & following others blogs. Having said that, I have decided to create a site that consist of sharing my hobbies daily blogs, daily affirmations, healthy recipes, DIY projects, places I travel to etc. Discovering Your Happiness has a goal of sharing my happiness with you to help you discover your happiness also.

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