Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 40 mins

This can be made using the cold cuts of your choice.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Defrost puff pastry until semi-frozen.
  2. Unfold& roll out until slightly thinner.
  3. Spread half of the dijonnaise over pastry sheet.
  4. Layer turkey& pastrami, then spread the remainder of dijonnaise.
  5. Roll up the pastry sheet jellyroll fashion.
  6. Place on aluminum foil sprayed with Pam.
  7. Bake, uncovered for 40 minutes at 350 degrees.
  8. slice on the diagonal.


Most Helpful

My family loves this recipe especially my kids and even my guests kids. This is a definate winner in our house. I have made it several times with whatever coldcuts I have on hand or a mixture and it is great everytime. I usually use Dijon mustard with honey and it takes great and it is so easy.

Caryn Gale December 23, 2002

This is my new favorite thing to make! I made a double recipe of this for guests on Friday night and everyone just loved it! I didn't use exact measurements, just kept making rolls of it until I ran out of pastry. I used honey mustard instead of Dijonnaise, and used a combination of Romanian pastrami and turkey breast roasted in honey. One word comes to mind: YOWZA!!!! This makes a great appetizer, finger food at a party, or main dish. When I first cut it after it cooled down I placed the slices very prettily on a serving platter, and the end pieces and the pieces that didn't fit right was the best nosh that my BH and I have had in a long time. We scarfed the slices down right there! Great recipe, Lori, keep 'em coming!

Mirj September 15, 2002

Let me just add my accolades to this recipe. I used buffalo pastrami and also included shredded cheddar cheese before rolling it up. Yum!

2hot2handle April 17, 2009

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