Word of the Day: Phyllo

Phyllo, which can also be spelled as filo, is a dough that is made of many thin layers that tends to puff up when baked. It can be used for many dishes, such as pies and baklava to name a few. Though it is possible to make, it’s definitely a lot easier to buy the frozen type (some say it’s not even worth the time to make it because frozen is just as good, if not better). Just remember to keep it frozen if you aren’t using it because trying to refreeze phyllo dough will make it lose it’s flakiness and nobody wants that. 🙂


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