2sheets of pastrywe used Careme butter puff pastry because it's made from real butter and not margarine. It's expensive, but I'm having more and more trouble finding Pampas Butter Pastry which was more affordable
1egg with a splash of milklightly beaten to be used as egg wash on the pastry
sesame seeds and poppy seeds for sprinkling
Heat olive oil in large frying pan over medium heat
Saute onion for a few minutes then add garlic and spinach and saute for another few minutes until spinach is soft, then add parsley and stir together. Allow to cool.
In a medium bowl stir together the feta and ricotta cheese and salt and pepper to taste. Stir through the cooled spinach mixture.
Preheat oven to 200 degrees C
Pop some baking paper over two baking trays
Cut pastry in half, then each half into quarters, so you end up with 8 triangles per sheet of pastry.
Pop a couple of heaped tablespoons of the cheese and spinach mixture along one of the shorter sides of the triangle, and fold over.
Secure pastry together and seal the edges using the back of a fork ( Best to watch the Facebook Live video to see best way to fill, fold and secure).
Brush some egg wash over each triangle and sprinkle over the sesame and poppyseeds.
Place triangles on baking tray and cook for approximately 25 minutes or until golden brown
Serve with a big side of salad.
These are delicious hot or cold, and make a perfect lunchbox addtion.