How to Make Spinach & Sundried Tomato Phyllo (Greek) Triangles

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If you’re searching for a festive appetizer for New Year’s Eve, here’s one you can prepare ahead (and still impress your guests):  Spinach, Feta & Sundried Tomato Triangles.  This is a jazzed up version of the typical Greek Phyllo Triangle… added mint, sundried tomato, kalamata olives and lemon.

Here’s a pictoral how-to (the complete recipe can be found here):

Have a wonderful New Year’s Eve & a Happy 2010!

The complete recipe can be found HERE.

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  • Cate O’Malley wrote:

    It’s barely 10 am and my mouth is watering for these – they look divine!

  • Katrina wrote:

    Looks de-lish and so simple!
    Happy New Year, Lori!

  • Menehune wrote:

    But how did it taste?

    • Lori Lange wrote:

      Menehune- I suppose I didn’t convey how much I liked these, did I? On my site I blog about the best of the recipes I find… so you can bet that I love everything I feature. These were no exception- delicious in every way! I served them at a big party & they were gone from the tray quicker than I could bake them.

  • Kerstin wrote:

    What a great app – they look fantastic! I always forget about phyllo dough and need to use it more often!

  • Krista wrote:

    Ohhhh yum! Those look divine! 🙂

  • Sophie wrote:

    Thanks for another GRAND recipe, Lori!!

    Happy new year to you too!

  • Lori Lynn wrote:

    Excellent! Thanks for the tutorial on how to fold the triangles, I did not know that.

    Wishing you a dazzling New Year Lori!

  • The Chef In My Head wrote:

    These look fantastic! Remember the movie “Mermaid”? I think I could live on appetizers. Happy New Year! LeslieMichele

  • VeggieGirl wrote:

    Holy yum 🙂

  • LilSis wrote:

    This is my idea of a perfect appetizer! I love every single thing about these! I think I’ll make them for New Years Day as a treat to myself before starting the Ten in 10 challenge!

    I love the pictoral!

  • patsy wrote:

    wow! those little bites look wonderful and full of flavor!

  • Paula wrote:

    mmmm yummmy. Happy New Year!!!!

  • Tracie @hollafoodzon wrote:

    Wow – finally phyllo triangles that look easy! Love the step by step pictoral!

  • Kristina wrote:

    Those sound fabulous Lori!

  • Deborah wrote:

    I love how colorful that mix is!

  • kellypea wrote:

    The colors are gorgeous in this — and they’re some of my very favorite flavors all in one great bite. Perfect party food!

  • Estela @ Weekly Bite wrote:

    I LOVe these!!!

    The pictures are perfect!!

  • Marla wrote:

    OK, these phyllo triangles look waaaaay too yummy! Love the addition of sun dried tomato. Great photos, simple to follow.

  • Peter wrote:

    Lori, you must be a lefty…usually we (Greeks) fold the triangles from bottom-up but the same thing right?

    The “trigona” or triangles look fab and your filling is certainly original. Surely all gone!

  • grace wrote:

    this appeals to me way to much to be outside of the dessert category… 🙂
    what an awesome creation, lori–i love every single thing about it!