Sprinkle dry flour on the kitchen platform and roll the other part.
Turn it into a rectangle by removing the uneven edges.
Now, cut a triangle from the centre, as shown in the detailed recipe with pics.
Take the remaining triangles on either side and combine to give another triangle.
Sprinkle semolina on the baking tray or use parchment paper. Keep one triangle on the baking tray.
Attach a little dough at the bottom representing the trunk of the tree.
Spread the filling.
Cover with another triangle.
Make 2 straight slits in the centre. Just a slit and not cuts as we want the traingles combined only.
Now, starting from any one side, make horizontal cuts, from the centre to the edge and twist it once or twice (depending upon its length) so that spinach shows up randomly.
Similarly, do it on the other side too.
Once your tree is ready, cover it with a cloth and leave for 20 to 30 minutes for second proofing.
Preheat the oven at 200 degrees C for 10 minutes.
Brush the dough shaped tree with milk and bake for 20 to 22 minutes till golden brown.
Take it out, very carefully place it on wire rack. Brush with butter.
Serve with love. If making it ahead of serving time then cover the brad with a damp cloth after brushing the butter. This keeps the bread soft.