Use filo pastry to wrap savory collards studded with pine nuts into a festive dish. Brush the filo pastry with olive oil infused with rosemary and garlic, so every flaky bite is a treat. Greek Collard Roll works as a main dish, vegetable side, or part of a buffet. You can bake and slice it the day before, then briefly reheat.
Greek Collard Roll costs just 62 cents a slice, using organic ingredients. I may be serving these dressed-up greens on New Year’s Day, when eating collards is said to bring luck and money for the coming year. This recipe is so affordable and healthy, that seems downright likely.
You’ll use less than a half box of filo pastry, so you could also make Queenie’s Apple Strudel. Filo also called phyllo or fillo dough. I use The Fillo Factory’s organic fillo. Use their organic and whole-wheat version if you can get it.