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Ground Turkey Phyllo Pies

Ground Turkey Phyllo Pies created by qbrrt

Traditional phyllo pies stuffed with ground turkey, spinach, artichokes and feta.

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  • Sauté garlic in a couple tsp olive oil on low heat. Mix ground turkey with Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, spinach and 1/4 of the feta cheese. Mix to incorporate.
  • Add the meat mixture to garlic and cook; add the olives 1 minute before removing meat from heat.
  • Allow to cool.
  • Chop the artichoke hearts; add to cooled mixture along with remaining feta.
  • Cut phyllo pastry in to wide strips depending on desired size (Keep under moistened towel while working).
  • Combine melted butter and EVOO.
  • Add some paprika for color if desired.
  • Brush phyllo with butter/olive oil and keep layering till 4 or 5 sheets.
  • Spoon in mixture and fold phyllo in triangle flag fold.
  • Place face down on baking sheet.
  • Sprinkle with Some Zattar or Adonis seasoning or some sesame seeds.
  • Bake @375 15-20 minutes.
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"Traditional phyllo pies stuffed with ground turkey, spinach, artichokes and feta."
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  1. qbrrt
    Made the filling the same, but don't have the money to get phyllo dough just for this recipe so i used reduced fat crescent rolls. came out great! my boyfriend loves them! made so much filling that the next day made up a sauce with it and served it over noodles, also loved. thanks!<br/><br/>**also left out the olives, don't like them
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    Ground Turkey Phyllo Pies Created by qbrrt
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  3. SAMS_Club
    The filling was awesome, I could have (and almost did) eat all of it on it's own! I maybe used too much butter on the dough, they were very greasy. Overall very good but time consuming and I think next time I may just use the filling for a lettuce wrap.
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  4. Mulligan
    I made these exactly as described minus the sesame seeds and spices at the end. I thought it was perfect without it. My husband loved dipping these into cucumber sauce.
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  5. Kristine L.
    I made these today for lunch... very yummy.... I substituted ground chicken for the turkey, but kept the rest of the ingredients the same.... really turned out nice.... will make again for snacks... thankyou
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