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  • Makes 20
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 5 Ingredients

21 Comments

This is a quick and easy recipe for casual gatherings to enjoy with drinks and good company.


Ingredients (makes 20 )

  • 2 Frozen Puff Pastry Sheets
  • 1 Basil Dip with Cashews OR store bought Pesto
  • 2 Fresh Tomato, sliced thinly
  • 50g Crumbly Fetta Cheese
  • handful Fresh Basil leaves

Method

  1. With a pastry cutter, cut out as many medium sized rounds as you can from the 2 x sheets of pastry and place on baking tray lined with baking paper.
  2. Slice tomatoes into thin slices and place on kitchen paper to absorb some of the moisture. This will stop the pastry becoming soggy.
  3. Spread Basil Dip or Pesto onto each round, followed by one slice of fresh tomato. Top with crumbled Fetta
  4. Bake in pre-heated oven @ 220 deg celsius (conventional oven) or 200 deg celsius (fan forced oven) for 12-15 minutes.
  5. Before serving, place a washed & dried Basil leaf decoratively on top. Serve hot or cooled.

Notes

I always receive RAVE reviews for these little mouthfuls of delight

  • What a great recipe – so quick, easy and delicious!

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  • Go the puff pastry recipes this could be nice

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  • PUff pastry is so versatile

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  • i think that these would be fantastic to serve while hot! this sounds like a great idea. i wish that the site would let you post more pics to show the finished result but i’m sure that it is fabulous! cheers for sharing your great recipe

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  • These look and sound great – thanks for sharing.

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  • Will be cooking this after my next grocery shop for the ingredients. Thanks.

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  • Bruschetta is my favourite pre dinner, snack! I serve it in a nice crusty piece of bread! I’m happy to try you pastry version, as I love pastry, even more than bread! :)

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  • Sounds like a great entree for parties or dinner parties.


    • The family loved this, have tried different dips on this and all received well.

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  • I would have liked to see a picture of the end product as it sounds interesting


    • I was wondering too what the end looks like and if I will be doing it right?

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  • and some cracked pepper on the top ….. perfect!


    • Thanks for adding the pepper. I’d forgotten to mention this in my recipe but it’s an essential taste addition.

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  • Easy recipe that’s I have all the ingredients in the freezer and fridge…sounds like a great weekend light lunch to me or snack. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Wow they sound so easy and I have heaps of fresh cherry toms and basil. I’ll be trying this.

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  • oh I love things like this that could be had as lunch with a yummy crisp salad on the side, or when entertaining guest – anything crunchy and golden is always a winner!

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  • Sound’s delicious and great to share! Thanks.

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  • Thanks for this puff pastry delight – sounds quite tasty and pastry is always the best.

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