The pastry is Tunisian in origin, but is now made in France and is called feuille de brick. In Tunisia it was used for making deep-fried pastries filled with spinach, cheese and eggs, spiced meats or fish. Feuilles de brick look and feel like fine, lacy cloth with a satiny sheen and texture. When fried they are crisper than springroll pastry and when baked they have a dry, melt-in the-mouth crunchiness, which is better than filo. 10 Fine Pastry Sheets.
Sold in a 170g pack
Amazing product works well with fish products very pleased
Great filo. Easy to use didn’t break. Lovely and thin.