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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Bacon and Onion Marmalade Puffs

Something quick and easy peasy to put together just before you light your fire for the braai this evening .....a  lovely aperitif!



1 pkt all butter frozen puff pastry
grated cheese (I used both cheddar and Parmesan)
2/3 dessertspoons of onion marmalade jam
crispy fried bacon

Roll out the pastry
spread with the onion marmalade
grate strong cheddar and  Parmesan and sprinkle on top of jam
sprinkle the crispy bits of bacon
roll up and refrigerate until required.
Cut into 2 cm pieces and put these into greased muffin tins
Bake at 200 degrees C until nicely puffed and golden brown and the marmalade starts to ooze out and there's this glorious sweet  aroma that fills my home!!

Really not good for the hips but delicious with an extra sprinkle of Parmesan and a crisp dry white glass of  Haute Cabriere chardonnay pinot noit!  (My flavour of the month)







See you soon!
Shel

8 comments:

  1. Sounds and looks fabulous..Love onion and bacon and cheese and puff pastry:)

    Have a lovely weekend Shel~x

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  2. So nice to meet you Shel. I am so happy you came by for a visit... Thank you so much for your kind words.. Now I have found your lovely blog and will follow along.. Your puff recipe sounds wonderful..
    Wishing you a happy heart, in the new year.
    blessings,
    Penny

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  3. Thank you both for lovely comments. Will follow u too Penny. Your work is beautiful.
    Shel

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  4. I forgot to say ..a little magnet on my fridge says exactly what your tea towel says:-)

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    1. Just love it:)) was part of my Xmas stocking filler from my boys x we must really email again.
      Much love She'll x

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  5. These look absolutely amazing!! so delicious- I've bookmarked the recipe for a special occasion!!
    mary x

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    1. And really Mary they truly are simple. There's so many other fillings one could use too!

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  6. I know I would love these! What a great recipe and one I know I would love to try soon.

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