Spinach-cheese rolls…

by Sunita on April 30, 2007

I made these rolls during the weekend. They are very simple and easy to make and the taste is simply awesome…if I may say so. These rolls form a very easy snack or appetiser . The crunch of the puff pastry and the slightly soft centre with the melted cheese mixed with the spinach, gives a nice feel to the mouth- great to be devoured fresh from the oven.

Of course, the rolls are all gone, but the pictures were there as a reminder of these delightful snacks, and I’m sending the recipe over to grace Indira’s blog at Mahanandi as my contribution for JFI-WBB : Green Leafy Vegetables.Well,after all, hasn’t it got a green leafy vegetable in it…as a matter of fact, it happens to be my favourite one!!!

Speaking of greens, there is quite a lot of green around…what with the barren branches of yesterday, now full of luscious green leaves…quite a soothing and uplifting sight…new life always is, isn’t it… always adds a sense of renewed vigour…
Before I sidetrack, here’s what’s needed for the recipe-

250 gms of frozen puff pastry, thawed and rolled on a floured surface into a rectangle, 7 inches by 14 inches
3 cups of fresh spinach leaves
1C of grated cheddar cheese
1egg beaten with 1 tblsp of water

How to-

Brush the rolled pastry sheet with a little of the egg mixture.

Spread the spinach leaves on the pastry sheet to form a thin layer, leaving a margin of about a centimetre on all sides.

Top with the grated cheese.

From the longer end of the pastry sheet, start to form a roll, tucking the filling inside while doing so.

Place the roll seam side down and cut into 1 inch rolls.

Place the rolls on a greased baking dish with the open side facing upwards.

Brush the rolls with the egg mixture and bake in a pre- heated oven at 180 deg cel till golden brown and crisp.

Take them out of the oven, let the senses be consumed by the amazing aromas, pass them around, and what else…tuck in!!!

Polariod Delicious Icon Polariod Digg Icon Polariod Email Icon Polariod Facebook Icon Polariod Reddit Icon Polariod StumbleUpon Icon Polariod Twitter Icon

{ 51 comments… read them below or add one }

1 sunita May 9, 2007 at 11:18 am

Dr.Soumya…yes, they were nice and crisp…even I am a great lover of spinach…

Reply

Leave a Comment

Thank you for dropping by and leaving your constructive feedback. I appreciate and value each and every one of them and will try to answer your queries to the best of my ability.

However, at times, the virtual life may take a backseat, and I may be unable to reply to your comments as quickly as I would like to. On such occasions, please bear with me, and I will try to respond as soon as possible.

Thanks for visiting SUNITA'S WORLD. I hope you enjoy your stay here.

Happy surfing!!

Previous post:

Next post: