Spinach and Cream Cheese Triangles

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Spinach and Cream Cheese Triangles

Spinach and Cream Cheese Triangles

Posted on 13th February 2018
These spinach and cream cheese triangles make the perfect finger food option for any catering event.
Makes 12, scale as needed.


6 each Pampas Frozen Fillo Pastry
12 g Onion
12 g Butter
28 g Cream Cheese
500 g Spinach
28 g Sesame Seeds
1 each Gold'n Canola Oil Spray


Image of the raw ingredients used in the spinach and cream cheese recipe

Step 1

Finely dice the onion. Then, wilt the spinach over a medium-high heat on a stovetop. Once it has wilted, move it over to a board and slice into thin strands.

Image of the chef slicing the onion and spinach

Step 2

To soften the cream cheese, place it in a bowl and put it in the microwave for 10 seconds.

Chef is softening the cream cheese

Step 3

In a separate dish, combine the spinach, cream cheese and onion.

The chef is now combining all of the ingredients

Step 4

Carefully lay out the Pampas Frozen Fillo Pastry and evenly spray the sheets with Gold’n Canola Oil Spray. Then, slice the pastry in half and fold two slices together. Spray corner to corner of the sheets again.

The Chef is slicing the Pampas Fillo Pastry and spraying with oil

Step 5

Place a teaspoon of filling at each end of the pastry. Fold up the triangles by starting in the corner, forming a triangle shape. Continue this pattern of folding right to the end.

The cream is filling the pastry with the filling created

Step 6

Line a tray with baking paper and place the triangles on-top with enough space between them. Brush the pastry with melted butter and garnish with sesame seeds. Bake for 15 to 18 minutes or until golden brown.

Chef is placing the triangles in the oven

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