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Thread: Phyllo Cups

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    Red face Phyllo Cups

    Help on what to fill phyllo cups with. Thanks

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    ​Sweet or savoury you can use anything that doesn’t need a lot of cooking as phyllo dough usually browns quickly.

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    I like to put a piece of brie, bake till brie melts, (not long) then top with a bit of raspberry jam. Everyone loves them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redquilter View Post
    I like to put a piece of brie, bake till brie melts, (not long) then top with a bit of raspberry jam. Everyone loves them.
    Oh, yes! these are delicious

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    Quote Originally Posted by redquilter View Post
    I like to put a piece of brie, bake till brie melts, (not long) then top with a bit of raspberry jam. Everyone loves them.
    ........ or cranberry sauce!
    mmmmmmmmmmm!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by redquilter View Post
    I like to put a piece of brie, bake till brie melts, (not long) then top with a bit of raspberry jam. Everyone loves them.
    That sounds really good.
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    Easy and fast dessert - I fill with lemon curd.

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    I'm making a mock crab salad or what ever you call it and putting that in them. First I will crisp up the filo cups in the oven. Hope they turn out.

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    I'm getting really hungry reading this thread.................
    I love phyllo! I love Brie!
    What don't I love?

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    I like to make a filling using chopped spinach, Ricotta, Parmesan, Mozzarella, an egg or two as a binder, garlic and a pepper. I fill the phyllo cups and bake. It's basically the same filling I use for veggie lasagna.

    I also sometimes use pie filling.

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    You can bake the phyllo cups first and then fill with anything cold as long as it isn't too juicy. If you want savoury, try a crab or shrimp salad or some cream cheese topped with a swirl of smoked salmon, some minced sweet onion and a few capers. For sweet--the sky's the limit. Lemon curd, some custard topped with fresh fruit, chocolate pudding topped with whipped cream and maybe some crushed candy canes.

    It is easier to put the phyllo dough into the cups and bake first because you will know that they are baked thru. Rather than filling the unbaked phyllo cups and hoping that everything is set.

    Okay now I'm hungry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SusieQOH View Post
    I'm getting really hungry reading this thread.................
    I love phyllo! I love Brie!
    What don't I love?
    LOL, I am with you there 100%! I love almost everything! And these sound so so good!!
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    Great idea! I just made lemon curd today in my Instant Pot - so simple!
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    You could also do roasted veggies chopped and then mixed with a bit of cream cheese or ricotta cheese.

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