Curried Vegetable Phyllo Parcels.


These are kinda a bit of a throw together.

Basically take a few vegetables and roast them all up together, with some curry paste or curry powder then roll up into cigar shapes and bake till golden, enjoy with a yogurt dip.


So what your going to need is:

2 medium carrots finely diced

2 courgettes finely diced

1 bell pepper/ capsicum any colour you have finely diced

1 medium red onion finely diced

2 handfuls of spinach

1/2 block feta crumbled up

1 Tbsp Curry paste indian style or curry powder

salt and pepper

1 tsp paprika

1 packet of phyllo

melted butter to spread on your phyllo sheets.

So lets Pre Heat your oven to 180/200’c and place all the finely diced vegetables into a bowl, toss with olive oil paprika, curry paste or powder and salt and pepper.

Place onto a lined baking sheet and bake until cooked through.

Place the spinach and feta into a small bowl and pour the roasted vegetables on top mix around, this will help melt the feta a little an wilt the spinach.

Lay out your pastry sheets and butter one at a time till you have 2/3 layers, place 1 Tbsp mix on the end of the phyllo and roll up like a spring roll/ cigar shape.

Place onto a lined baking tray with the seam on the tray, butter the top to the roll then sprinkle over sesame seeds if you like them, if not just leave them out.

once you have used up all your mix making rolls bake them in the oven until golden and crispy!

Enjoy with the yogurt dip below.


Yogurt Dip.

1 cup greek or plain  yogurt

1/2 handful freshly chopped herbs

juice of 1 lemon

1/2 minced garlic clove

Mix all together and serve on the side of your vege phyllo rolls.


This recipe is one that you can change what vege you use, if you have some cauliflower or sweet potato etc then feel free to substitute things.

Always here if you have any questions.

With love always

cupcake xx


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