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Puff pastry rolls with goat cheese
Puff pastry rolls with goat cheese
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Delicious puff pastry rolls with goat cheese that goes fast and easy to prepare. The rolls have a perfect combination of a nicely crispy cheese crust with a soft inside. They are perfect as a starter, mingling food, or for a buffet. You can freeze them and then put them directly in the oven before serving.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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1 Puff pastry roll
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1 Egg
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100 gr Shredded cheese
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100 gr Goat cheese
Oven temperature:
220 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven at 220 degrees Celsius.
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Roll out the puff pastry roll. Dived the roll in approx twenty long rectangles along the short side of the roll. Then dived the rolls in half on the long side of the roll.
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Put the egg in a small bowl and stir it together with a fork. Brush the puff pastry roll with the egg.
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Shred the cheese, and cut the goat cheese in thin slices.
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Sprinkle the cheese over the puff pastry rolls.
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Turn the puff pastry like a spirals, and then lay them on a baking paper.
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Brush the rolls with the egg when they are shaped like spirals.
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Divide the goat cheese evenly on top of the rolls.
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Put the rolls in the middle of the oven for approx fifteen minutes, or until the surface of the rolls are golden brown.
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Take out the rolls from the oven and let them rest five minutes before serving.
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