Feta Cheese Foldovers Recipe
Golden puffed pastries are filled with a feta cheese mixture. These can be made ahead, and popped into the oven after your guests arrive.
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I have been looking at this recipe for several years now and finally decided to give it a try. I did read the reviews and made some adjustments that I felt I would like. They were enjoyed by my Christmas guests. First off I bought the prepared phyllo mini cups. This made for very quick prep and they were easy to serve. You can make 30 mini phyllo cups out of the recipe. I used half feta and half mozzarella. If you truly love feta, I would say 100% feta would be fine. However, I felt that for my guests, the half and half would be better. I did add some sundried tomatoes. I really think roasted red peppers would be a great addition, but I didn't have any. I also used the tomato basil feta. This recipe is very forgiving. You can use any cheese and any additions that appeal to you and I think the end result would be very satisfactory. I have never used the phylo cups before, but I sure will continue to use them in the future. What a great idea!
These weren't very good. I made them as an side with a Greek pasta dish and didn't even serve them after I tasted the first one. I love feta cheese and I've had similar appetizers that were wonderful. I followed the directions exctly and feel that something (not sure what) was definetly missing. I will not make these again, at least not with this recipe.
These were pretty good, but I'm only giving it three stars because I made quite a few changes. I added oregano and garlic powder to the feta mixture. I used phyllo pastry and I had to cut the cooking time to twelve minutes. This recipe has potential, but only if you add to it, and I'm glad I read other reviews before I made these foldovers.
great concept, but feel like the recipe needs more to contrast the strong taste of feta cheese.