Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Cheese Twist

 

Having to entertain two kids during school holiday is a full time job. They seem to know that by being on school holidays, I have the time to indulge them in their favourite foods (pancakes anyone?).  My youngest one is a real foodie, trying new food with gusto, and definitely letting you know if he definitely does enjoy it or not. 

We live on a quiet cul-de-sac and the kids on our street love coming round for a play during the school break. As you know, active kids make for hungry tummies.  No doubt all the bike riding, running around and rough-housing works up a healthy appetite.  This is where these cheese twists are the perfect snack to put together a group of ravenous kids.

These tasty, cheesy, savoury pastries will no doubt make you popular with whoever consumes them, and best of all they are so ridiculously easy and require very little forethought.




Ingredients :

2 frozen sheet of puff pastry
Mayonaise 
Shredded Cheese
Parmesan Cheese
Sprinkle of Caster Sugar
1 egg
dash of milk

Steps :

Preheat oven to 200 degree Celcius.


Spread mayonaise on both sides of pastry. Top with both types of cheese and sprinkle some caster sugar. Cover with the other pastry sheet.


Cut the pastry lengthwise into 10 strips.

On a baking tray, lay the baking paper. Twist the strips and give them a bit of space when laying it on the baking tray. 



Whisk the egg and milk together to make egg wash. Brush over the pastry strips and bake for 20 mins or till golden brown. Cool before you serve to those little ones.





Enjoy baking everyone.


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