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Homemade Puff Pastry Snack
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An easy snack made with pastry puff. Try this recipe.   1 whole Puff Pastry Sheet 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil 1 teaspoon Garlic Chopped 1 Tablespoon Red Onion, Chopped 100 grams Smoked Salmon, Crumbled 50 grams Boiled Potatoes Small Diced 100 grams Tomato Diced ½ teaspoons Salt To Taste ¼ teaspoons Pepper 1 whole Egg White For Egg Wash   Preparation Instructions Unfold the pastry sheet onto a lightly floured surface. Roll the pastry sheet into a large square using a rolling pin. Cut the sheet in to 12 equal sized pieces – about 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches square. I used homemade puff pastry but store bought is fine too. You can save a lot of money by making your own. In a pan heat 1 tablespoon olive oil over medium high heat. Add garlic and mix it around until it’s softened. Next add onion, salmon and the diced boiled potato. Mix until onion is softened and everything is heated through. Add tomato, pepper, and salt. Mix well . Now place one teaspoon of filling mixture in the center of each square of dough. Brush the edges with the beaten egg white or you can use water. Fold the bottom half of the dough over to meet the edges of the top half (you are making a triangle). Next place snack on greased baking tray and bake the snack for about 20 minutes at 220C degrees or until golden brown. Enjoy.
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Purple Potatoes Wrapped in Puff Pastry
Peruvian purple potatoes are rich in the antioxidant anthocyanin. Their nutty taste and beautiful appearance set them apart from other potatoes. This recipe is just one of many great ways to use these medium-starch potatoes.
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Homemade Puff Pastry Snack
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An easy snack made with pastry puff. Try this recipe.   1 whole Puff Pastry Sheet 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil 1 teaspoon Garlic Chopped 1 Tablespoon Red Onion, Chopped 100 grams Smoked Salmon, Crumbled 50 grams Boiled Potatoes Small Diced 100 grams Tomato Diced ½ teaspoons Salt To Taste ¼ teaspoons Pepper 1 whole Egg White For Egg Wash   Preparation Instructions Unfold the pastry sheet onto a lightly floured surface. Roll the pastry sheet into a large square using a rolling pin. Cut the sheet in to 12 equal sized pieces – about 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches square. I used homemade puff pastry but store bought is fine too. You can save a lot of money by making your own. In a pan heat 1 tablespoon olive oil over medium high heat. Add garlic and mix it around until it’s softened. Next add onion, salmon and the diced boiled potato. Mix until onion is softened and everything is heated through. Add tomato, pepper, and salt. Mix well . Now place one teaspoon of filling mixture in the center of each square of dough. Brush the edges with the beaten egg white or you can use water. Fold the bottom half of the dough over to meet the edges of the top half (you are making a triangle). Next place snack on greased baking tray and bake the snack for about 20 minutes at 220C degrees or until golden brown. Enjoy.
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This recipe is from The Fundamental Techniques of Classic Cuisine and is the classic French recipe for puff pastry dough.   A quick guide to classic French terms used in this recipe to help you throughout the process: détrampe - a simple dough composed of flour, salt, water, and melted butter beurrage - a block of butter pâton - a package which results from folding the détrampe around the beurrage Don't be intimidated by all the steps and French words! Though laborious to make, the end result is well worth it and far outshines store-bought varities in texture and mouth-feel. Once you learn to make this dough, you're poised to make a number of other French classics such as napoleans, palmiers, or tarts, not to mention a bevy of delicious appetizers, pastry items, and quiches! Click here to view our Best Puff Pastry Recipes to get inspiration for all your puff pastry creations!
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Lobster Puff Pastry Pizza - Plated
Love is in the air and there's nothing like a homemade and fancy lobster recipe to impress your girlfriend, husband, boyfriend, or wife on Valentine's Day -- Lobster Puff Pastry Pizza. This pizza recipe is not any New York corner pizza joint’s pizza but one that turns some of my favorite ingredients into a luxurious pizza that one might find in a Parisian restaurant. With many of the fragrant flavors you'd use in "bouillabaisse",  a Provencal-style fish soup, the aromatic flavors in this pizza will excite all your senses. For the seafood toppings, I like to use local seafood. Montauk lobster is delicious any time of the year, particular on special occasions such as Valentine's Day, local swordfish and Peconic bay scallops, which are in season til March. The steaming liquid for the seafood provides the aromatic Provencal flavors -- white wine, water, fennel, orange zest and saffron -- all ingredients in a traditional bouillabaisse. And, for the vegetable toppings, I roast and chop vegetables to add to the bites of seafood:  plum tomatoes, fennel and red pepper. I prefer fresh tomatoes when they are in season although good quality canned plum tomatoes, preferably organic, can be drained and gently squeezed to remove excess liquid and used as a substitute for fresh.  
 The sauce is simple: roasted plum tomatoes, red pepper, fennel and garlic. To keep the fennel moist, pour a hint of wine to the pan. Garlic and wine are used liberally in bouillabaisse. I love the challenge of a hand rolled, folded and turned puff pastry made with flour, water and butter. However, it is very time consuming and easy to mess up. To save time, I suggest buying a good quality puff pastry that’s pre-made. Many of the finer supermarkets carry puff pastry (my Whole Foods sells Dufour Pastry Kitchens, a local, New York City brand). To create visual excitement and convey the contents of the lobster puff pastry pizza, use cookie cutters to make tiny puff pastry lobsters, scallops and fishes. For me, the best part of making this pizza is assembling the cooked pizza on a serving platter and garnishing it with the puff pastry seafood creatures. Magnifique! Like most pizzas, this Bouillabaisse pizza recipe is best when it’s made fresh and served immediately as puff pastry is more fragile than traditional pizza dough. Everything can be prepared ahead of time, and the crust baked and pizza assembled just before serving. Serve with a simple salad, light dessert, and a cold glass of bubbly champagne. Happy Valentine's Day.
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These pastry cups make it easy to impress a crowd and highlight the perfect combination of tart lemon juice and subtle blueberries. For a shortcut, use store-bought puff pastry to make the cups.
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As soon as I saw their robust, plump, and purple bodies at the farmer's market stand, I knew I had to take them home. I'm not much of a baker, but when it comes to figs, there's little else I'd rather do with them then create something sweet. I took a fairly easy route, which I think you'll agree with, and the results were phenomenal.  Click here to see 8 Fantastic Fig Recipes.
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Everyone knows Swiss chard is good for them, but sometimes it's a struggle to get the tough, dark green to taste good. This recipe does it right with a little puff pastry. 
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Um Ali Dessert
The contrast between the creamy bread pudding and the crunchy nuts, and the mild sweet milk and cream versus the spicy tone of the cinnamon and cardamom makes this dessert irresistible warm or cold. The nut mix you put into the Um Ali is entirely up to your taste; you can use one, some or all of the nuts listed in the recipe. You can also combine puff pastry with toasted phyllo sheets, use phyllo alone, or even croissants for your base. See all baklava recipes. Click here to see the Bread Pudding Meets Baklava story.
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Bacon-Wrapped String Cheese Puffs
Let's face it, anything bacon-wrapped is going to taste awesome, which is why I knew I really had to hit this one out of the park. So, I took two other things that I knew tasted awesome, and rolled all three together. Think of these as my cheesy version of pigs-in-a-blanket, except the pork is bacon, which is better.  Click here to see Dress Your Food in Bacon and Bacon Fat.
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Tomato and Goat Cheese Puff Pastry Flatbread
Entertain with ease — make this no-fuss tomato flatbread recipe and get appetizers on the table in a snap. Open a bottle of prosecco and pass around some olives and fruit, and you've got a party going in no time.
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Lobster Puff Pastry Pizza - Plated
Love is in the air and there's nothing like a homemade and fancy lobster recipe to impress your girlfriend, husband, boyfriend, or wife on Valentine's Day -- Lobster Puff Pastry Pizza. This pizza recipe is not any New York corner pizza joint’s pizza but one that turns some of my favorite ingredients into a luxurious pizza that one might find in a Parisian restaurant. With many of the fragrant flavors you'd use in "bouillabaisse",  a Provencal-style fish soup, the aromatic flavors in this pizza will excite all your senses. For the seafood toppings, I like to use local seafood. Montauk lobster is delicious any time of the year, particular on special occasions such as Valentine's Day, local swordfish and Peconic bay scallops, which are in season til March. The steaming liquid for the seafood provides the aromatic Provencal flavors -- white wine, water, fennel, orange zest and saffron -- all ingredients in a traditional bouillabaisse. And, for the vegetable toppings, I roast and chop vegetables to add to the bites of seafood:  plum tomatoes, fennel and red pepper. I prefer fresh tomatoes when they are in season although good quality canned plum tomatoes, preferably organic, can be drained and gently squeezed to remove excess liquid and used as a substitute for fresh.  
 The sauce is simple: roasted plum tomatoes, red pepper, fennel and garlic. To keep the fennel moist, pour a hint of wine to the pan. Garlic and wine are used liberally in bouillabaisse. I love the challenge of a hand rolled, folded and turned puff pastry made with flour, water and butter. However, it is very time consuming and easy to mess up. To save time, I suggest buying a good quality puff pastry that’s pre-made. Many of the finer supermarkets carry puff pastry (my Whole Foods sells Dufour Pastry Kitchens, a local, New York City brand). To create visual excitement and convey the contents of the lobster puff pastry pizza, use cookie cutters to make tiny puff pastry lobsters, scallops and fishes. For me, the best part of making this pizza is assembling the cooked pizza on a serving platter and garnishing it with the puff pastry seafood creatures. Magnifique! Like most pizzas, this Bouillabaisse pizza recipe is best when it’s made fresh and served immediately as puff pastry is more fragile than traditional pizza dough. Everything can be prepared ahead of time, and the crust baked and pizza assembled just before serving. Serve with a simple salad, light dessert, and a cold glass of bubbly champagne. Happy Valentine's Day.
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