Maybe you've heard of spanakopita, but have you heard of tiropita? Similar to its spinach-based cousin, feta-based or feta pie is even more popular in Greece than spanakopita — and after trying the recipe below, you'll find it's easy to see why.
Greek feta pie is made with a combination of feta and creamy anthotiro cheese, but for convenience sake, the recipe below calls for ricotta, which is similar and far easier for most American cooks to find. Fresh herbs, eggs and a touch of olive oil finish off the filling, which is wrapped in phyllo dough and baked until set. This dish is commonly eaten at all times of day, from breakfast to dinner, so be sure to make up a big batch!