“Crinkle Phyllo” is not a specific dish or food item. Phyllo dough, also known as filo dough, is a paper-thin pastry that is commonly used in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. It is made from flour, water, and a small amount of oil or vinegar.
One common way to prepare phyllo dough is by layering it to create flaky pastries, such as baklava or spanakopita. Another way is to crinkle or crumple the phyllo sheets to create a crispy texture, which can be used in various dishes.
Phyllo sheets can be brushed with butter or oil and then crinkled or crumpled before baking or frying. The resulting crinkled phyllo can be used as a topping for pies or casseroles, or as a crunchy layer in desserts. Crinkle phyllo can also be used as a vessel for filling, such as with cream cheese and herbs for a savory appetizer or with sweetened cream and fruit for a dessert.