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what to put in puff pastry?

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lollygagger Thu 15-Jan-15 14:20:18

Hi all,
I've got ready rolled puff pastry thawing in the fridge as I needed the room in my freezer. Any ideas for what to make with it for our nail tonight? Caveats are no cheese or cream and has to be fairly easy.

I was thinking haggis but this makes it VERY rich.

lollygagger Thu 15-Jan-15 14:20:48

Not our nail, our main of course.

cdtaylornats Thu 15-Jan-15 15:32:19

Salmon fillet

IsawJimmykissingSantaClaus Thu 15-Jan-15 15:35:41

Sausages!! My DD1 aged 4 had the most fun making these for us so yummy sausage rolls and a smug mummy feeling to boot!

IsawJimmykissingSantaClaus Thu 15-Jan-15 15:36:57

Or a tart?

lollygagger Thu 15-Jan-15 15:48:24

Thanks for all the ideas. I think salmon fillet sounds nice. Sausage rolls also sound yummy and easy but ds won't eat -anything- sausages.
Now to Google to find a good salmon en croute recipe!

lollygagger Thu 15-Jan-15 15:49:10

Doh, my attempt at strikethroughs failed.

lollygagger Thu 15-Jan-15 16:21:41

Every recipe I can find for salmon en croute has cheese or cream in it and looks a bit tricky. Sausage rolls it is! with roast parsnips and broccoli on the side. DS will probably not eat this as he seems to subsist on airconfused.

JamNan Thu 15-Jan-15 17:24:45

I'd go for the tart too. Sliced tomatoes, a smear of pesto sauce and finely sliced onions and scatter some olives on top.

dementedpixie Thu 15-Jan-15 17:30:35

dh makes chicken Balmoral and it has a chicken breast topped with haggis and then wrapped in pastry. is tasty.

dementedpixie Thu 15-Jan-15 17:33:33

Probably more of a Wellington actually

JimmyCorkhill Thu 15-Jan-15 17:39:50

Yay I won ha ha!

TyneTeas Thu 15-Jan-15 20:50:03

If you've got apples this is pretty quick, easy and tasty

www.jusrol.co.uk/recipe.aspx?RecipeId=148

or jam/marmelade tarts!

lollygagger Thu 15-Jan-15 21:42:33

I thought a tart needed to have cheese but that one sounds lovely! I'll try that next time.
The sausage rolls turned out beautifully and were very tasty. DS did not eat any as predicted but that just leaves more for me!grin

cdtaylornats Fri 16-Jan-15 15:38:46

Salmon en Croute with neither cheese nor cream

recipes.asda.com/Recipes/salmon-en-croute-by-nick-nairn

lollygagger Sat 24-Jan-15 11:15:56

Thank you for that cd, I hadn't checked back on this thread so I missed it. I will defo bookmark that one!

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