20phyllo layersEach package has 2 sheets of 20 layers each approximately.
4tbspsbuttermaybe you won't use the whole butter
Thaw 1 sheet of phyllo layers, usually the box I buy has 2 sheets of 20 rolled into a cylinder shape. Use one, keep the other for later.
Melt butter in a safe container in the microwave, time might vary from microwave to microwave. I set 20 seconds at a time and check then try another 20 seconds. Set aside.
Crumble feta cheese with a fork. Lightly whisk 2 eggs then add crumbled feta and yogurt and mix thoroughly. Make sure the mix is not too watery (feel free to add some more feta if it is) as it will soak through the phyllo layers.
At this point start preheating the oven. I set it at 350 degrees F (180 C).
Grab 1 phyllo layer. Fold a 2 inch fold, add filling as a layer alongside that fold. Brush with butter. Then close the sides and roll. See video at the bottom for a better visual on folding. Repeat until you run out of layers or filling.
Set a baking dish with parchment paper. Add all the phyllo sticks with seam side down. Brush them lightly with butter.
Bake for about 20 minutes until golden brown. Take out of the oven, sprinkle few droplets of water on each stick. Cover with another baking dish and let cool for about 20 minutes or so covered.
Serve as snacks, appetizers, with a yogurt dip or just a yogurt side dish. My kids love them in lunch boxes and for breakfast. Enjoy:)
Thawing time is not included in total time needed for this snack.
I don't add additional salt since I feel the feta cheese is enough. However, I have noticed that feta in USA is a bit saltier than in Europe, so maybe adjust salt as needed.