Kasseropita (Greek: Κασερόπιτα) is a
piemade from kasseri. Its name is a compound word which derives from "kasseri" and "pita" (Greek for pie). It usually uses phyllopastry and is served as a snack or as a Hors d'œuvreduring meals.
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