Romanian Cheese Pie Rolls

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Romanian Cheese Pie Rolls

I have many pies on the site, but this Pie Rolls are a serious competition to many of them. First of all because it is made simple and only from 5 large and wide ingredients.

This pies is very similar in taste to Cheese Pies form my Mother-in-law, but there you have a little more to do with spreading the dough, it's worth it too, but if you want to simplify this is the best option. My husband didn't make a difference, he even told me she was gorgeous, so it really works.


4 pieces
Sour cream
500 g
300 g
Phylo dough sheets
1 piece
that is 1 set of sheets in a bag - there are 10-12 pieces there
Feta cheese
500 g
comes out a little tastier if you use matured, old cheese

Step by step


First, defrost the pie sheets if you don't have them fresh - an hour would be enough, at room temperature.

During this time we prepare the rest of the ingredients:

- put the telemea cheese through the larger grater;


- Melt the butter and let it cool a bit;


Be careful to take checked and good pie sheets, not to be broken, dried or stuck together.


Take a sheet and put it on the table.

Grease with a little melted butter and spread well with the brush on the whole surface.


Arrange another pie sheet on top.


Put 2-3 tablespoons of sour cream over it and grease well on the whole surface with a spoon.


Throw over the sour cream and distribute evenly about 2 hands of grated telemea.


Now roll the pie.


And tighten the roll like a harmonica from the edges to the middle.


That's how you make the rest of the pie sheets - I had 12 sheets in the package, so I got 6 pie rolls.

I arranged them in an oven tray greased with a little oil or butter.


You should have a little melted butter left, with it grease the rolls well on top.


In a bowl, beat the 4 eggs well with 2 tablespoons of sour cream.


Pour this mixture over the pies in the pan.


Smooth and spread over the entire surface with a brush or a spoon.


Prick all the rolls deeper in 3-4 places with a fork.


Bake the pie in a preheated oven at 200 degrees for 30-40 minutes, until nicely browned.


Let it cool a little before serving, I know you won't have the patience to leave it too long ... what a smell it is in the kitchen :))


And a relevant section I say - puff pastry, soft, fluffy and tender, too bad you can not smell it!

Good appetite!

Quantity: 2 kg (one large tray)
Prep time: 60 min
Difficulty: easy
Ready in: 60 min
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