Classic Croissants, salami and cheddarcomments (1) February 1st, 2009 in Gallery
I did not have any ham, but I did have some pepper-crusted salami, so I tried that for the savory croissant variation, paired with a well-aged white cheddar. I only made a couple of these, but (of course) they were by far the favorite with my crew. The strong taste of the salami, combined with the hotness of the pepper, stood up well to the buttery richness of the croissants. These would make a great apres-ski brunch, along with one of the creamy vegetable soups (tomato-fennel perhaps).
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