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Fillo Dough Adds Elegance
The flaky, layered sheets of tissue-thin pastry dough are best known for use in traditional Greek and Mediterranean dishes such as baklava, spanakopita and strudel. The light, crispy texture of fillo adds a sophisticated elegance to almost any dish – from appetizers and snacks to main dishes and desserts.
Fillo pastry dough is more healthful than other prepared doughs
Athens Fillo pastry dough sheets have no trans fat, no saturated fat and no cholesterol. Low-calorie Athens Fillo Dough is the perfect substitute for high-fat puff pastry, ready-made crusts and canned, refrigerated doughs. Check out our nutritional information below.
Fillo is quick and easy.
Use fillo every day, not just for special occasions. It may seem complicated, but it’s quick and easy to use. Create your own fillo masterpiece or explore some of our recipes. Come back often, as we will always add fresh ideas and new uses for fillo.
For a variety of award-winning fillo dough recipes, you can order our Fillo Dough Recipe Book. It’s FREE!
Enriched Wheat Flour (wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Water, Corn Starch, Dextrose, Maltodextrin, Vital Wheat Gluten, Salt, Canola Oil, Preservatives (calcium propionate, sodium propionate, potassium sorbate), Citric Acid.
Serving size: 5 sheets (57g), Servings per container: about 8, Amount per serving: Calories 170, Calories from Fat – 10, Total Fat – 1g, Saturated Fat – 0g, Trans Fat – 0g, Cholesterol – 0mg, Sodium – 170 mg, Carbohydrates – 36g, Dietary Fiber – 2g, Sugars – 2g, Protein – 5g
- Approximately 40 – 9” x 14” Fillo Sheets; 20 per 8 ounce roll
- Keep Frozen
- See Fillo Tips for how to layer phyllo video and storage & handling tips