Yield: about 16
Servings: 6 to 8
These twisty, cheesy, savory-sweet, buttery puff-pastry twists go fast. Bake off half for round one, let people fill up on other things for a bit, then bake off the second batch to instantly become the most popular person at your own party.
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Delicious! Used Trader Joe's puff pastry. The sheets are pretty thin so I couldn't roll out the sheet to ¼ inch at the recommended width. Put one sheet down, covered with filling then put the other sheet on top. Magnificent. Next time I would just use half of each sheet and fold over per the recipe to have a more appetizer sized stick. Didn't have fig jam so I softened dried figs in juice then mashed them with a little honey to get to a jam consistency. Sure you could use another jam here. Just provides a mild sweetness.
It was very good. Had a hard time finding the fig jam. My wife found some in Florida. The puff pastry was at Whole Foods. $13.99 for 14 oz. I am sure puff pastry will work fine. It would be a lot cheaper. I live in Indianapolis, IN. I would post a picture, but the site will not let me.
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