Preps in

30

Minutes

Cooks In

20

Minutes

Serves

6

People

Calories

420

Per Serving

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  1. First step, that morning or the night before place the bag of John Soules Foods Beef Fajitas and Filo Pastry out of the freezer and transfer to the refrigerator.
  2. You want to work with thawed ingredients on this one.
  3. Preheat oven to 375°F
  4. Stuffing:
  5. Pour out all thawed John Soules Foods Beef Fajitas onto a cutting board.
  6. Mince it fine.
  7. These have to stuff inside filo pastry, make it fine.
  8. Mince Red Bell Pepper, Green Onion, Garlic.
  9. Chop basil, pre-juice and measure lemon, pre-measure your wine.
  10. In a large skillet, heat olive oil, add your root vegetables, salt & pepper, and simmer until starting to turn glassy.
  11. Be careful with the salt, the beef fajitas are seasoned and the cheese is salty plus there will be salt on the pastry.
  12. Add the minced John Soules Foods Beef Fajitas and quickly add your lemon juice with the wine to steam, leave off the lid so the liquid evaporates.
  13. When the liquid is almost gone, add the chopped basil, stir, then let it steam briefly, about 30 seconds.
  14. Squeeze in your goat cheese.
  15. Stir it around to get it spread evenly and then remove from heat.
  16. You don’t want to melt it into soup at this point, it will melt more while baking.
  17. It’s best to let it rest and get thick again so it is only slightly warm before putting stuffing it into the Filo, it will be easier to work with.
  18. Pastry Glaze:
  19. In a mixing bowl whisk together your eggs, olive oil, and melted butter.
  20. Filo:
  21. Lightly moisten 2 kitchen towels.
  22. Place your full stack of Filo pastry upon one towel.
  23. Remove 1 sheet of Filo and place upon your cutting board.
  24. Cover the unused Filo with the 2nd moist towel so the Filo doesn’t dry and start cracking.
  25. Quickly paint the Filo with the glaze.
  26. No need to be perfect just glaze.
  27. Don’t over soak, lightly paint to moisten, just cover the sheet.
  28. Lay another sheet directly on top of your first one, repeat with glaze.
  29. Repeat with a 3rd. Repeat with a 4th.
  30. With a tablespoon, scoop a mound of stuffing and place it in a bottom corner of your filo.
  31. Repeat in the bottom center, and the remaining bottom corner.
  32. With your knife make 2 lengthwise slices through your filo leaving 3 long strips with a ball of stuffing at the bottom.
  33. From a bottom corner, fold a triangle over the stuffing, then keep folding that strip like a flag, triangle over triangle, over triangle.
  34. Seal any loose bits, give it a quick paint of glaze, place on a baking sheet.
  35. Repeat for the next two.
  36. Make another stack of 4 sheets of glazed Filo, stuff and fold those too.
  37. You should have enough stuffing to do this process 4 total times, therefore, a dozen pastries.
  38. Grease baking sheet.
  39. Place the pastries to fit on baking sheet.
  40. Just before popping them in the oven, give them a final touch up of glaze, then sprinkle some coarse sea salt all over the tops.
  41. Cook at 375°F for 18-20 minutes. Watch them carefully and remove when golden color.
  42. Serve with a side salad and some wine!

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