Meat Pie with Phyllo Dough

Meat Pie with Phyllo Dough created by Sprigs of Rosemary

I was looking for a Greek Meat Pie and really couldn't find one, so I made one up! Enjoy it!

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  • In a pan, heat the garlic with half of the olive oil.
  • Add in the ground meat and small onion.
  • When the meat is almost cooked through add in the tomato paste.
  • Add in the salt, pepper, cinnamon and all spice to your taste.
  • When cooked completely through, remove from heat and set aside in a bowl.
  • Preheat the oven to 375F degrees.
  • In a large lasagna size glass pan, spray the bottom of the pan with Pam.
  • Add one sheet of the Phyllo dough.
  • Spray that sheet and add another layer the same way until you have 5 sheets sprayed down with the Pam and layered on top of each other.
  • You can let it go over the sides if the pan is too small for the sheet.
  • Once you have the 5 sheets, add the meat to the sheets and spread evenly.
  • Add the feta cheese evenly on top of the meat mixture.
  • Make sure it is crumbled small.
  • You do not want large chunks in one spot.
  • Once you are through with that, start to add the remaining sheets the same way you did to begin with, remembering to spray each sheet as you layer.
  • On the top layer, I sprayed with the Pam and also put the remaining olive oil on it spread evenly.
  • You do not have to do this, I just like the extra taste.
  • I also folded over the overlay to make it seal somewhat.
  • Cook for about 15-17 minutes or until it is lightly golden on the top.
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  1. Sprigs of Rosemary
    Meat Pie with Phyllo Dough Created by Sprigs of Rosemary
  2. iamjessica99hotmail
    This was delicious! I also added 3 large potatoes to fill this out a bit more, chopped in a small dice and pre-cooked. Since I added the potatoes, I added some more salt and doubled the spices. This was really great!
  3. laurencarollo
    Easy peasy delicious. And a definite hit. I'm non Turkish. My Turkish boyfriend was like, where have you been hiding my dinner all this time! Will throw it into my routine! Maybe a tiny bit more all spice and cinnamon next time just to see what it tastes like. Used 97 fat free meat with no complaints.
  4. mathornt
    I am the first to say I am NOT a fan of ground meat of any kind, so I was skeptical, but I wanted to use up the phyllo dough in the fridge and I knew my dh and ds would eat it...so I googled meat pie and phyllo and got a superb recipe!<br/><br/>http://www.food.com/recipe/meat-pie-with-phyllo-dough-9110<br/><br/>I subbed the ground beef for ground turkey, left out the cinnamon and used a mix of cheeses instead of feta. And I added crumbled bacon.<br/><br/>WOW - this stuff was good! And super easy - even for me.<br/><br/>I felt like a Martha Stewart/Betty Crocker/Paula Deen cook.
  5. mathornt
    I am the first to say I am NOT a fan of ground meat of any kind, so I was skeptical, but I wanted to use up the phyllo dough in the fridge and I knew my dh and ds would eat it...so I googled meat pie and phyllo and got a superb recipe!<br/><br/>http://www.food.com/recipe/meat-pie-with-phyllo-dough-9110<br/><br/>I subbed the ground beef for ground turkey, left out the cinnamon and used a mix of cheeses instead of feta. And I added crumbled bacon.<br/><br/>WOW - this stuff was good! And super easy - even for me.<br/><br/>I felt like a Martha Stewart/Betty Crocker/Paula Deen cook.
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