I’m pretty sure I could eat these every day. The saltiness of the Greek cheeses pairs so nicely with phyllo dough. In Greece they’re popular for a late breakfast, but with me I’ll eat them whenever.
Like with any recipe involving phyllo, it can be a little time consuming to make, but fun at the same time.
Tiropitakia | Greek Feta Triangles
It’s actually these types of recipes I’ll gravitate more towards making when I’ve had a stressful day. There is a level of calmness you can achieve with the repetition and focus (or maybe that’s just me).
Jane and I sometimes make these together to speed the prep time up, but either way, you’ll be satisfied with the work put in once you’re eating these!
In case Greek is new to you, you’ll quickly find Greeks love their phyllo based pies, like Spanakopita. This has the same traditional triangle shape and is just as delightful. You can think of these as spanakopitas without the spinach.
So give these Greek feta triangles a try and let us know what you think!! We’ve added some pictures below (within the recipe box) to give you a good idea of how exactly some of the steps are done.
Keep in mind, the recipe below makes about 40 triangles so adjust for needs. We hope you enjoy this Tiropitakia (τυρóπιταkια) recipe!
καλή όρεξη! (Kali orexi – enjoy your meal!)