Greek “Spanakopita” (spinach pie), pronounced (spa-nah- KOH -pee-taa), is possibly the most popular Greek pie, made with spinach, aromatic herbs and feta cheese.
Plastos, which is a type of pita (pie) from Thessaly, is a much easier version of spanakopita without phyllo, made with spinach and corn meal, which is equally delicious.
Have you ever considered using your pasta maker to make homemade phyllo from scratch? You will not believe how easy it is to make homemade phyllo in no time!
Vegan Black Beans Spanakopita (spinach pie) is not the usual spanakopita you make but adding black beans makes a new filling and healthy spanakopita suitable for the fasting days of Lent.
Vegan Spanakopita or Nistisimi Spanakopita, is a Lenten version of a spinach pie, which we make during Lent without any egg or cheese. A small amount of semolina is added in the filling to bind the ingredients.
Spanakopitakia (pr. spa-nah- koh -pee-TAA-kia) is the diminutive of Spanakopita which are small spinach triangles. They, are really so easy to make, they taste so good and are perfect to serve as finger food or appetizers.
Spanakopita (Greek “σπανάκι + πίτα”, spinach + pie) is a Greek pastry with a filling of spinach, feta cheese (sometimes in combination with anthotyro, which is a soft white cheese similar to ricotta, onions or green onions, eggs, herbs and seasoning.