PUFF PASTRY with Spinach and Ricotta | Vegetarian Pie Recipe | Vegetarian Meal Prep


This savoury vegetarian pie mixes soft ricotta cheese with fresh baby spinach on a bed of crunchy puff pastry and is not only delicious, it’s also easy to make!
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2 sheets of puff pastry (thawed out or fresh)
500g fresh ricotta
120g baby spinach (chopped)
2 x eggs
Pecorino cheese
Salt & Pepper
Oil spray (Or baking paper to line the baking dish)
Round pie dish
1 x sharp knife
1 x fork
Large mixing bowl
Pastry brush
1. Preheat your oven to 180 degrees.
2. Put the ricotta into the bowl and begin to break it down using a fork.
3. Add chopped baby spinach and a generous handful of grated pecorino cheese.
4. Mix together well and add a sprinkle of salt and pepper and a touch of nutmeg.
5. Add an egg and mix together once again.
6. Once the ingredients are mixed and the filling looks much creamier, it is ready.
7. Line a baking dish with one sheet of puff pastry and prick the bottom of it using a fork so it helps it to cook through.
8. Fill it using the ricotta mixture and even it out as much as you can using a spatula.
9. Cover the pie with another sheet of puff pastry, angling it so that the edges cover any gaps.
10. Create a crust by gently folding down the edges and joining the two layers together.
11. Press down around the edges using the teeth of a fork.
12. Beat an egg lightly in a small cup and add a drop of water.
13. Brush the egg mix over the top of the pie using a pastry brush.
14. Cook in the oven at 180 degrees celcius for 40 minutes or until golden.
1. Let the pie rest and cool for up to ten minutes, then slice into triangular serves and place on a wooden board
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  1. I am making this and your zucchini crepes on my birthday 19 September and pl reply to this and your zucchini crepes video love your videos making me hungry Thanks Ramya

  2. Vincenzo this looks delicious! Tell me, your recipe calls for Pecorino cheese. I have Pecorino- Romano in my refrigerator right now. Can I use it instead? Also can I throw in a little mozzarella for taste too. My kids love mozzarella! Let me know your thoughts. I love your channel. Caio!

  3. I'm always making puff pastry pies. I love them! And this recipe looks very good. I have to try it 🙂

  4. I was about to say your hands look different today Vincenzo haha ;). This pie looks amazing. I'll have a slice, please xD

  5. Ahhhhh reminds me of spanikopita, though I imagine puff pastry is much more rich and delicious than filo. Just gorgeous!

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