Products and ingredients: filo pastry
Filo pastryFilo pastry (or phyllo - fillo) is a flour-based product from Greece or Turkey. The very thin sheets are often used to wrap fillings and produce a very crisp roll or parcel.
Filo pastry is used for some famous Middle Eastern sweet pastries like baklava.
If you intend to buy:You can find it in packs of 8-10 square sheets.
If you want to use it:Once the pack is opened, be sure to seal it well after use, otherwise remaining sheets will dry out and be unusable.
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