These ones I actually got her to make, as they are so simple to make.
But the best things about these is that they can be prepared days earlier than needed, then frozen unbaked. I like to make a large quantity, have some that day and freeze the rest for another time. Once frozen you bake them straight from the freezer, until the pastry is cooked to your liking.
I have provided the recipe below, but you can add or take stuff out. I like to add spring onions if I have them in the fridge. You can also add different cheeses, like parmesan and feta instead of mozzarella. You can also use fresh spinach instead of frozen.
You can make these in a triangle shape if you prefer, as pictured below.
These are great for parties or just as an after school snack, as you can prepare them days in advance and just take them out of the freezer bake for 20 minutes.
So try these if you like to have simple snacks for yourself, your family or when unexpected guests arrive.
Makes 10 scrolls
100g grated mozzarella
100g frozen spinach, thawed
Zest of 1 lemon, grated
Salt and pepper, to taste
1 sheet frozen puff pastry, thawed
1 egg, extra lightly beaten
Place the ricotta, mozzarella, spinach, lemon zest and egg in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Mix to combine.
Lay one sheet of pastry on a chopping board. Spread over the cheese and spinach mix, leaving a 2cm border on two edges. Brush the top edge of the pastry with some beaten egg, this will act as a 'glue' when you role it up.
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