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fi·lo

 (fē′lō, fī′-)
n.
Variant of phyllo.

filo

(ˈfiːləʊ)
n
(Cookery) a type of Greek flaky pastry in very thin sheets
[C20: Modern Greek phullon leaf]
Translations

filo

[ˈfiːləʊ] filo pastry npâte f à filo
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Trim the cress; reserve a little and divide the rest between the filo cases, along with the spring onions and asparagus.
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Lay a sheet of filo in the base and brush with the butter, scatter in the nuts then add another layer of filo and melted butter.
Repeat four times, ending with a final layer of filo. Butter the top generously and cut into diamond shapes.
Use butter to paste two layers of filo pastry together.
I'm sure that the resulting homemade filo would be infinitely superior to the shop-bought version, but there comes a point when one just says that life's too short, and heads for the chilled pastry shelf.
3 sheets filo pastry, each about 24 x 48cm 4 tbsp sunflower oil 11/2 tsp sesame seeds (optional) Thai sweet chilli dipping sauce, to serve
Take the filo stack and use to line the tin, allowing the edges of the pastry to hang over the edge.
orange blossom water Syrup (recipe at right) 6 cups (1 lb., 10 oz.) chopped walnuts (pulse in a food processor for a mix of fine and somewhat coarse pieces) 1 to 1 1/4 cups clarified butter (aka ghee or somneh; see recipe opposite and "Essential Ingredients," page 80) 26 sheets filo dough (12 by 17 in., about 1V3Ibs.), thawed if frozen 2 tbsp.
The company stated the ABL Revolver and ABL FILO loans mature in August 2022 and December 2022, respectively, subject to certain conditions.
1 Cut filo pastry into three equal lengths, brush first sheet with melted butter and sprinkle with some caster sugar.