Puff Pastry Everything Deli Roll

"I was served this Deli Roll for a Shabbat appetizer at a friend's house, and I immediately knew the recipe was destined for my personal adaptation for a spicier appetite. Everyone, including the kids, loved the look and taste of this easy to prepare first course. **** New optional toppings. I love everything bagels so I tried it on the deli roll. Onions, sesame & poppy seeds, sea salt & garlic powder. Got to try it!!! it is great! **** New Idea ***** roll a cabanos (Polish Sausage) in the middle."
photo by Abba Gimel photo by Abba Gimel
photo by Abba Gimel
photo by Abba Gimel photo by Abba Gimel
photo by Abba Gimel photo by Abba Gimel
Ready In:
1 roll




  • Preheat oven to 350 °F (180°C). Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Lay out pastry dough flat, and cut into half.
  • Spread mustard on the dough. Layer the 3 different types of cold cuts, one type on top of the other.
  • Roll the dough. Brush the roll with egg lightly beaten with chili powder. Sprinkle with one or all of the following sesame seeds, poppy seeds, fried onion, sea salt & garlic powder if desired.
  • Bake at 350 °F (180°C) for 45 minutes, or until browned.

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  1. This was tasty, though very greasy and salty. I would not salt the dough, since the deli meats were salty enough, used pepperoni and it was very oily. It was attractive though.
  2. Thank you for this receipe. It is simple to make and the presentation is impressive. I serve this as an appetizer and leave it whole and cut it into servings at the table. Dinner guests always ask for the recipe. I've found that you can use any combination of cold cuts and it still comes out delicious. Kol HaKavod!!!
  3. I really like the kick the chili powder gave the wash! I think I will half the amount of pastry next time. It was a little too heavy on the carbs, but that was great!!!!!


<p>I was born in Southern Arizona with a taste for spice. Keeping kosher in Arizona was a challenge, so I had to eat at home a lot which meant I needed to experiment to have a variety of food available. I moved to Israel and my pallet has grown and cooking has blossomed. <br /> <br />I cook for the fun of it and rarely use a recipe as more than a base. I love to experiment and try new techniques and ideas.</p>
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