phyllo

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From Greek φύλλο (fýllo, leaf)

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phyllo (uncountable)

  1. A type of dough, originating in Mediterranean cuisine, that is used in thin layers to make pastries (such as baklava and apple strudel) and pies and becomes very flaky when cooked

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