April 26, 2012

Ham and Cheese Puff Pastries


Forget about making them for dinner, you can have them for lunch, breakfast as a snack or anytime because I'm pretty sure that you won't stop with only one and you will end up eating them all day long just like me which is why I made a lot as you can see


- 1 pound of puff pastry
- 200 gr. of cream cheese
- 1/2 c. of sun dried tomatoes
- 200 gr. of ham
- 1 egg slightly beaten
- 1 teaspoon of dried basil
- 1 teaspoon of paprika
- 1/4 c. of parsley flakes
- 1/4 c. of sesame seeds
1. Chop tomatoes and ham, mix cream cheese with dried basil and set aside. Roll puff pastry and cut it with a cookie cutter, add enough cream cheese, ham and tomatoes, cover with puff pastry and seal the sides with egg, brush the top with egg, sprinkle paprika, parsley flakes and sesame seeds.

Bake at 350°F for 25 minutes or until completely risen


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27 comments:

  1. These look gorgeous and I love the ingredients you chose for the stuffing. Sun dried tomatoes and cheese combined with basil is a winner of a combination. :)

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    1. it's truly a winner combination, very addictive also

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  2. These look perfect! I think I could eat them all day too.

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  3. These look wonderful! I could eat one right this minute!

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  4. they look so good!

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  5. Delicious little bites, Beti! Love all those flavors and the ease of packaged puff pastry makes them simple to put together. Great idea!
    Also...your lemon tarts look divine!

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    1. I know, packaged puff pastry really saves me sometimes

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  6. Now these are what I would call dangerous. I liken them to potato chips in that I could eat WAY too many and never get tired of them. You're speaking straight to my heart with this one - a perfect recipe!

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    1. thanks julie! they can be dangerous, they are great!

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  7. A nice snack. I will have this for tea anytime.

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  8. Perfect brunch item or appetizer. What a versatile recipe!

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  9. My husband has never tried sun dried tomatoes, I think he might actually try them if I made these. thanks for the recipe.

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    1. I can't believe that he has never tried them, they are delicious and they taste great on pastas! I hope that he likes them

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  10. Beti, these look amazing, perfect for anytime! I could never stop at one.

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    1. that's why you should make a lot like I did

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  11. What a tantalizing filling recipe. They look delicious.

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  12. These look gorgeous and sound delicious! I like the addition of sesame seeds on top. Lovely job!

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    1. you can sprinkle anything you want

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  13. oooh, these remind me of empanadas... looks so good.

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    1. that's true, they do look like empanadas but I think that empanadas are way better, especially the originals from Argentina

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  14. These are so cute! I'm thinking they'd also make for excellent appetizers.

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  15. Off to the store for puff pastry...cause I'm so making these!

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  16. i love yummy puffs for a hearty breakfast :) thats so delicious

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  17. These are so pretty, Beti!! I'm sure my husband would eat a plate full :)

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  18. You know what a fan of puff pastry I am and these look perfect!

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  19. En 30 minutos se acabaron todo, creo que efectivamente fueron un éxito!

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  20. I've been wanting to use puff pastry but I can't seem to find the recipe I really want. Now this caught my eye and I'll surely try this out! :)

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