- 7 ounces feta
- 1 egg, lightly beaten
- 3-4 tablespoons finely chopped mint, parsley, or dill (optional)
- 4 sheets fillo
- 4 tablespoons melted butter or oil
For the filling, mash the feta cheese with a fork and mix with the egg and herbs.
Take out the sheets of fillo only when you are ready to use them, as they dry out. Cut the sheets into 4 rectangles each, about 12 by 4 inches, and put them in a pile on top of each other. Brush the top strip with oil or melted butter. Take a heaping teaspoon of filling and place it at one of the 4-inch or shortest ends of the strip in a thin sausage shape along the the edge — about 1 inch from it and 1 inch from the side edges. Roll up the top sheet with the filling inside like a cigarette. Turn the ends in when you’ve rolled it about a third of the way to trap the filling, then continue to roll. Repeat with the remaining fillo sheets.
Place the cigars close to each other on a greased baking sheet and brush the tops with oil or melted butter and bake for 350°F for 30 minutes, or until crisp and golden.
From “The New Book of Middle Eastern Food” by Claudia Roden
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