Recipe: Golden Flakey Cigars

These recipes are the concoctions of (fictitious) cartoon comic chef extraordinaire, Sherri’s neighbor and cooking mentor, Chef Chumley.  Chef and Sherri are happy to bring them to you on Wednesdays and Fridays.

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Often people light up cigars to celebrate special events, such as a birth, a victory or a business success. When somebody just misses their target or goal, we say, “Close, but no cigar!” Well, after you have completed cooking this scrumptious culinary creation, you will have eight victory cigars. Just don’t light ‘em up! Eat and enjoy!

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Golden Flakey Cigars

17-MoroccanCigars

Prep time: 20 minutes  •  Cook time: 20 minutes • Yields 1 cigar

Ingredients:

Fillo dough
Melted Butter

Filling 1 (per cigar):
1 Tbsp Feta cheese
4 Calamata olives
1 sm. Sprig of Fresh dill

Filling 2 (per cigar):
2 tsp Sundried tomatoes sliced thin
1 slice Fresh mozzarella
2 Basil leaves

Directions:

Wet two sheets of paper towels and wring them out so that you have damp towels. Open package of fillo dough, unroll the stack of sheets, and cover with damp towels to prevent them from drying out and cracking.

Carefully remove one sheet of fillo dough. Brush half the sheet (the long way) with butter and then fold so that there is a long strip.

Take the ingredients from one of the fillings listed above. (Note: The above are two suggested fillings. You can be creative and come up with a filling on your own.)

Place ingredients about 2” off one end. Roll all the way (moderately tight) and place on baking sheet.

Repeat process to fill many desired cigars. After rolling all the cigars brush the tops with butter and bake at 325 º for about 20 minutes, or until golden in color.

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