Seasoned Puff Pastry Twists
Parsley and Pepper Medly seasoned
Posted On: Oct, 28 | Author: Savita
Puff Pastry is traditionally a French baking technique. Puff pastry consists of flaky layers of crispy bread. Baking creates steam pockets that separate the layers. These little finger snack are very easy to assemble and seasoned with pepper,salt and parsley for burst of flavor. Not only stick shape, you can mold puff pastry to any shape. There are endless types of seasoning which go well with these puff pastry twists. For sweet alternative, try sugar, cinnamon and pinch of red pepper (optional).
Seasoned Puff Pastry Twists
Total Time: Prep Time: Cook Time: Cuisine: French (Appetizer, Snack)
1. Cut puff pastry into 1 and 1/2 inch wide and 4-5 inch long strips.2. Brush egg on one side of pastry strip. Season brushed side with pinch of salt, 1-2 pinch of red pepper and crushed mixed peppercorns and 1/4 tsp pf dry parsley flakes.
3. Take one more pastry strip and brush egg on one side. Place this pastry strip on top of seasoned pastry strip very gently pressing the two strips together. Slice strip in middle to make two 2/3 inch strips. Additional Notes: You can refreigrate strips for 10 minutes if they appear to be very soft.4. Twist the pastry strips three times and place it on baking tray lined with baking sheet/silicon mat. Brush egg on the pastry twists.
- 5. Bake in preheated oven at 415 F for 15 minutes or till pastry twists are crisp and flaky golden brown.
Savita's Notes:The oven must be preheated to a high temperature, usually 400° to 450° F, when the dough is placed in the oven. If the oven is not hot, the butter will melt and the moisture will evaporate before steam make flaky layers.
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SavitaYour are right @ElizOF, these puff pastry twists will go perfect with any soup, also try these with hot tea with milk, let me know how you like it
SammyThis is a nice salty twist on the puff pastry, my kids loved it
ElizOFThis looks like it would be a delight to make and eat... I love that it is easy to make. They will go great with my carrot cashew soup. :-) Thanks again for stopping by my WP blog. Elizabeth
Michelle FI can’t wait to try your recipe out!!! All are so good
SarahGood recipe. Thanks for sharing
NardaI made these twists last weekend for kids. I replaced peppers with sugar. My kids loved it so much. thanks for this easy recipe.