Spanakopita is a wonderful savory Greek appetizer that’s golden and crisp on the exterior and loaded with a delicious spinach and feta filling. Serve it with homemade Tzatziki Sauce for dipping.


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  1. Oh man saw this video yesterday and went to the store and made it today!! So good!! I made 12 and still have filling and dough leftover for tomorrow. The dough was very crumbly and broken but I managed to work with a bunch of pieces haha thank you for posting this! I’ve been missing some good Greek food! Hit the spot!

  2. Oh my God, thank you for presenting the recipes as close to the original as possible! As a Greek university student in lockdown, I recently started making pies and it's so easy and delicious. Just yesterday, my mom told me those few little tips that will make the pie ever better and you also mentioned them! Such a pleasant coincidence!!

  3. Your regular viewer since years, all the way from New Delhi. Today I tried your Potato Leek Soup and it eas bang on! Your recipe is foolproof. Never goes wrong. God bless.

  4. Thanks for this accidentally vegetarian snack, Sara! I also really like when chefs tell us the reason why we should NOT prepare something a certain way instead of telling us the right way to do it and leaving it at that. i.e. "don't overstuff with filling because it might ooze/leak out", versus, "place only a teaspoon of filling in the pastry". Makes all the difference as some might attempt to still place more in and question why the recipe didnt work out!


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