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CookingMyWay's picture

On my way to the checkout counter I passed these and decided to give them a try. Like always I'm glad I tried something I normally wouldn't have. I know now to never buy them again - the lack of cheese and the horrible taste of the spinach got these put into the Yuck Files... The one good thing I can say about them is that they did turn out nice and crispy just like the box said they would... If you have the chance to try them - JUST SAY NO!

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Apollo Spanakopita
On my way to the checkout counter I passed these and decided to give them a try. Like always I'm glad I tried something I normally wouldn't have. I know now to never buy them again - the lack of cheese and the horrible taste of the spinach got these put into the Yuck Files... The one good thing I can say about them is that they did turn out nice and crispy just like the box said they would... If you have the chance to try them - JUST SAY NO!

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shantihhh's picture
There is a combo pack at Costco with like 4+ varities that are great!
shantihhh's picture
BTW-the ones at Costco are not Appolo brand.
CookingMyWay's picture
I have tried the ones from Costco and I agree they are great! Will stick with those next time I decide to take the easy way out and not make them myself...
shantihhh's picture
I mean not as good as home made that is for sure. We sometimes make Pida with phyllo which is stuffed with potato, or cheese, or minced meat. You can layer and cut them into squares or swirl roll them. Yummy-popular in the Balkans (including Greece.
CookingMyWay's picture
Nothing matches up to homemade... I've used many different things to stuff phyllo - minced lamb, feta, and spinach is one of my favs...