Total Time
Prep 8 mins
Cook 25 mins

Great nibbles with a glass of wine, from Sue Lawrence Scottish Cookery

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. preheat oven to 300F.
  2. cream the butter until very soft and mix in the rest of ingredients until they all come together.
  3. roll out into a sausage shape 9 inches long.
  4. rest in fridge for 30 mins or more.
  5. slice thinly and cook on greased tray for 20-25 mins until light golden brown.
Most Helpful

These bites of goodness are buttery-crisp & have a truly wonderful flavor. I made this easy quick-fix as written, but the mixture was very soft & sticky. I would not have been able to roll it that way, so I piled it on a sheet of parchment paper, used a gentle rolling motion to get to a log that somewhat resembled a sausage & put it in my freezer. When very firm, I was able to roll it to more of the sausage shape. I chilled it again for a bit, quickly sliced it w/a sharp knife & carefully transferred the disks to my baking sheet. They were done faster than expected at 15 min baking time. They are very delicate & must be handled carefully, but *man are they good* ! They will be made again w/a little experimentation. I want to see if reducing the butter by 1T & increasing the flour & Parmesan by 1T will create a more dough-like mixture & make the rolling process easier w/o loss of flavor. I will also try adding about 1/4 tsp garlic then as well, which I see as a great add! Thx for sharing this great recipe w/us. It is certainly among the best bite-size finger-food I have made. :-)

twissis January 13, 2009

Went over well at our wine tasting. I made the dough a few days in advance and kept it rolled in saran in the fridge - kept perfectly.

sugaree March 31, 2010