I cook and bake. I live in Greece. Therefore, I owe you a phyllo post. There is a certain degree of difficulty to this, but to reassure you: the first time I made this, it worked great and S, an actual Greek person, raved. So, don’t be scared.
Phyllo pies are among the favorite of all Greek foods. The most well-known outside Greece are tyropita (cheese pie), spanakopita (spinach pie), and their combination, spanakotyropita (spinach and cheese pie). But there are dozens of these phyllo-dough based pies in Greece. They vary a bit by geography but their basic concept is the same: a few sheets of phyllo dough on the bottom, some sort of filling, and a few more sheets of phyllo on top. Then there are the portion-sized versions, where the filling is wrapped up in phyllo dough.
Some other popular pies that are not as well-known outside Greece…
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