Cheese and spinach triangles

Cheese and spinach triangles

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Clarissa

Clarissa

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Difficulty

Easy 👌
15
min.
Preparation
30
min.
Baking
0
min.
Resting

Ingredients

Servings2
266⅔ g
pizza dough
200 g
spinach
66⅔ g
feta cheese
66⅔ g
mozzarella
shallot
clove
garlic
tbsp
vegetable oil
tsp
salt
tsp
black sesame seeds
egg yolk (for eggwash)
flour for work surface
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Nutrition per serving

Cal450
Protein15 g
Fat30 g
Carb30 g
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    Among the most reviled foods, spinach ranks somewhere in the top tier—for younger people, at least. Query a bunch of random teenagers on the street and most of them will probably name this leafy green vegetable as their least favorite – hot on the heels of Brussels sprouts, of course, which is by far the worst offender, according to popular opinion. As an avid hobby cook, much like me, you may have already realized that the way food tastes is largely influenced by its method of preparation. How to solve the spinach quandary then? Just throw in some cheese and hide it all under a blanket of fluffy dough. Your kids will love our cheese and spinach triangles and might even ask to take them to school the next day. No kids at home? They’re fantastic for lunch or as a quick and easy dinner. Watch the video for the full recipe and try it out yourself!

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