A bit of work but well worth the effort. I made these for a martini party and they were delicious! I also used a little less than a tablespoon of filling to make it easier to assemble and keep the filling from oozing out while they baked. I lightly sprinkled with alder-smoked sea salt on top before I baked because I liked the way it looked and the salt added a nice flavor.
Creamy Mushroom Phyllo Triangles
GirlNinja Posted: 08/29/09
Jenmar3 Posted: 12/07/10
I didn't care for the recipe at all and the filling wasn't very flavorful.
Turtle542 Posted: 12/30/09
Results are delicious, but I'm not sure I would make this again unless it was a really special occasion.
morered Posted: 08/31/09
I have made this countless number of times...my go-to recipe for company appetizers. They are a bit time consuming, but much easier managed when you do over the course of 2 days and freeze in advance. So, I make the filling one day, then wrap the phyllo triangles the next day. then store then in a big tupperwave in the freezer(saran wrap inbetween layers so they don't stick to each other when I need to get them out). Once there are in the freezer, I just popped them onto a cookie sheet and bake whenever I'm having company and want to impress! My oven isn't always consistent so I always start checking them after 10 minutes.
osequin Posted: 12/12/09
This was A LOT of work. The taste wasn't excellent. Will not make this again because of the incredible amount of work.
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