When most  think of phyllo, what usually comes to mind; Greek food, spanakopita, bougatsa, baklava, and various other turnovers and pies that are eaten all over the Greek. But phyllo pastry is popular throughout the Balkans, in Slavic cuisines, as well as in the Middle East. From Armenia to Turkey, phyllo stuffed pastries can be found alongside breakfast, lunch, or dinner, or simply enjoyed as snack food. Tyropita-01       



Made with the following machines:
Make Up Table 01  rotti  Baklava-Fillo-stretch  
Make up table  Tradition village fillo yufka
 Crust layer phyllo



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