4 Reviews

Very tasty, very easy but I thought they need a little "something" to make them look more appealing, so I tied each one right around the middle with fresh chives (1 per puff, 1 single knot and trimmed for uniformity). That did it! Lots ot compliments came my way. Thank you.

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omeomy #2 September 21, 2006

Big hit with all that tried it.

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AliciaGski June 20, 2006

I made these for company we had this weekend as an appy, and they were so delicious. Everyone just raved about them! I popped the leftovers in the freezer (I had made a double batch) to see how they would freeze, and they came out just great. I did brush the pastry sheet with a beaten egg as another reviewer had suggested, and they did not unroll at all. Thanks for a well written and easy to follow recipe!!

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~Leslie~ September 08, 2005

These were such a wonderful appetizer, great flavour hot or cold. I used two ready-rolled puff pastry sheets and cut them into 18 triangles - so I ended up with 36 delicious puffs. I thought that cutting them with a pizza wheel was a great idea - thanks for the tip! My only problem was that the puffs unrolled a bit while baking. Next time I think I will brush the entire pastry sheet with beaten egg before I add the parmigiana and prosciutto - it would be difficult to add beaten egg to the edges after the cheese and prosciutto was added. Definitely a make-again recipe - I'm sure they would also freeze well.Thanks MarieAlice for an excellent appetizer.

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Fairy Nuff September 04, 2005
Prosciutto and Parmigiano Puffs