Puff Pastry Twisters with Ham and Olives

 

 

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Puff Pastry Twisters with Ham and Olives

By 13/12/2012

Over Christmas we do lots of entertaining.

When you have guests coming for dinner you know what will put a big smile on their face. Hand them over a generous glass of wine on their arrival, or even better Prosecco 🙂 and you will see their eyes sparkling with joy!

But you cannot possibly have wine without nibbles. Wine tastes better when you pair it with food.

So here you are, try this Parma ham and olives twisters. You can make them in minutes, they are addictive and they will be very well appreciated by your guests.

  • Prep Time : 25 minutes
  • Cook Time : 15 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

In a bowl whip the egg with the Parmesan

Parma Ham and olive nibbles

Lay the puff sheet on your working top and spread the egg mixture over half of it

Parma Ham and olive nibbles

Lay the Parma ham and the finely chopped olives over the egg mixture

Parma Ham and olive nibbles

Fold the other half of the puff pastry on top of the ham pressing gently

Parma Ham and olive nibbles

Cut the pastry into stripes as thick as your finger

Parma Ham and olive nibbles

Twist them and brush them with the remaining egg

Parma Ham and olive nibbles

 Cook at 200C for 15 minutes

Parma Ham and olive nibbles with puff pastry

Parma Ham and olive twisters with puff pastry

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7 Responses to Puff Pastry Twisters with Ham and Olives

  1. Mich - Piece of Cake

    This looks so delicious! i could eat them by the dozens!

  2. All That I'm Eating

    These sound amazing. I love that they’re quite simple but will be so tasty,

  3. Ozlem's Turkish Table

    these twisters look scrumptious Alida, yummy, look forward to trying out! and so glad finally being able to access your delicious blog, happy holidays! xx Ozlem

  4. glori

    love these look delicious!!

  5. liveblissful

    I love these, my mum use to make them when I was really little but I couldn’t work out how to make them, thanks for sharing 🙂

  6. unikorna

    Amazing, Alida. I’ve tried something similar but yours looks better, if you ask me :). I like your blog more and more…:).

  7. teri Lopez

    Thanks for this recipe my kids love it

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