Yield: Yields about 44 palmiers.
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Easy. Good "make ahead". Presents well. Disappeared immediately. Just "good" though, not anything spectacular. I used more mustard than called for and could just barely taste it. Be generous with the mustard.
Just what I like in a recipe...easy, presents well and enjoyed by all. Used SailingSue's tip to make ahead and wrap tightly in plastic wrap. This also helps the puff pastry to be cold when it goes into the oven so it can really puff.
Great taste and easy to make ahead. Made them the day before wrapped them tightly with plastic wrap and stored them in the refrig. Cut them up about 2 hours before the party and put them back in the refrig. Worked great and they were gobbled up. Keep a eye on the time as mine cooked quicker then the time indicated which is not surprising due to how thick you cut them and your "true" oven temperature.
These are easy and great for holiday parties. They disappear very quickly. I'm going to make them for what must be my 4th time for a little party we are hosting.
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