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Raidis Estate

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19 November 2018 | Raidis Estate

Greek, but not a Charcoal Grill

 

All those that know and love Raidis Estate will already be familiar with our Greek Charcoal Grill, but for something a little different, we wanted to share with you a delicious recipe for another quintessentially Greek dish, Spanakopita (or Spinach Pie).

 

This amazing dish, although not cooked on the Charcoal Grill is a great alternative, especially for when grilled meat is not the flavour of the month (or night).

 

Here’s what you’ll need:

 

200gm melted butter (mixed with 125ml olive oil)

500gm spinach

300g fetta cheese (can use ricotta cheese instead)

3 eggs

Pinch of nutmeg

125ml milk

Black pepper (to taste)

Filo pastry (homemade or store-bought)

 

Method:

 

Preheat oven to 200C. Brush large baking dish with the butter and olive oil mixture.

Wash the spinach, then dry off and roughly chop. Place into a large bowl. Add crumbed fetta cheese, eggs, nutmeg and milk. Mix well, and season with black pepper.

Place a layer of filo pastry on the base of the baking dish, and pour the spinach mixture over, then cover with another layer of filo.

Score the pastry and brush with butter/ oil mixture.

Moisten the edges together and crimp. Sprinkle with a small amount of water before putting in the oven.

Bake for 30-40 minutes, or until pastry is golden and crispy.

Lightly sprinkle with more water once you’ve taken it out the oven and serve immediately – tzatziki is a delicious addition to serve with.

 

And if you want to make individual Spanakopitas, you can cut the filo into strips and place a tablespoon of the filling at one end, and then fold the right corner over to the left to make a triangle. Continue folding until you have a neat triangle parcel.

Brush with butter and oil mixture and cook until golden and crispy.

 

This recipe has stood the test of time and is still absolutely delicious every time we make it. And the best part, it pairs perfectly with our ‘The Kid’ Riesling, or ‘PG Oak Project’ wines.

 

Enjoy this gem with a glass of Raidis Estate next time you want to show off your culinary skills to your friends and family.

 

Cheers!

 

 

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