Recipe: Prosciutto Puff Pastry Twists

Prosciutto Twists

Quick, easy and delicious and perfect party food, these are a fantastic way to use up any spare puff pastry. I used up the left over pastry after making my fig tarte tatin last week.

Simply cut strips of puff pastry (about 1.5cm / wide) lay a strip of ham on them, twist, pop onto a  baking tray and bake at 220C / 425F / GM7 for about 15 – 20 mins until puffed and golden.

Delicious.   You could sprinkle with a finely grated hard cheese too before baking.
Prosciutto Twists in Baking Tray

I am very impressed with my new mini Companion Baking Dish from Mermaid, it is a very good size for two – holding 2 chicken breasts, 4 thighs or just a few sausages.    Lovely solid bakeware, very non stick and easy to clean.  Safe to use on the hob and does not warp.   Perfect.

Many thanks to Mermaid for my review baking dish.

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  1. Oh I love Mermaid ware, such good quality. Also would enjoy these twists with a few glasses of Sherry!

  2. I like this party snack idea! Quick and delicious. ‘Solid bakeware, easy to clean’ this sounds good.

  3. Good to have another idea for left over pastry. So far I’ve only made pinwheels with sugar and cinnamon!

  4. I make something similar, so quick and easy – delish!

  5. WoW! These look divine, yummy

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