Spinach and feta pastries are a veg staple the world over, and yes – can get boring pretty quick. I find a boost of lemon zest, chilli, and mint usually bumps me out of boredom, but you can find as many variations of spinach and cheese rolls as there are people! Everyone’s got their own secrets.
I tried these spinach and cheese rolls on my kids, both of whom tucked in heartily – the eldest slammed five and then two more in her lunchbox the next day (the first time I’ve seen her willingly eat spinach), and the second ate every single sesame seed off the top and most of the pastry.
Greek-style spinach and cheese rolls
These spinach and cheese rolls are super simple and awesome to have a stash of uncooked ones in the freezer for a quick lunch or Sunday night dinner where you are DONE. FOR. THE. WEEK. Bit of salad, bit of potato, boom: there’s dinner.
To inspire you to create a Greek dish of your own, one reader will win a a copy of Yia Yia’s Kitchen Secrets recipe book, a $100 Coles or Woolworths grocery voucher, and a DVD copy of the film.
With My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 recently released on Blu-ray, DVD and digital, what Greek-themed food do you think would make the perfect meal while watching the movie? Feta popcorn? These minty-cheesy rolls? Lemony soup?
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*I was provided with the recipe book and Woolworths voucher for ingredients. Recipe from Yia Yia’s Kitchen Secrets.