300g puff pastry
4 x Little Lepe goat’s cheese
1 whole egg
How to make it
Best served warm, these Little Lepe goat’s cheese Puff Pastry Parcels offer a bite of heaven with creamy smooth goat’s cheese and a punch of sweet sticky fig relish. We’ve adapted the original recipe as four just didn’t seem enough to us, but then 12 won’t last long either!
- Pre-heat the oven to 200°C/400°F/gas mark 6
- Roll out the puff pastry thinly, place onto parchment paper and rest in the fridge for 10 mins
- Cut each Little Lepe into three thick slices making 12 in total
- Cut 24 circles out of the pastry using a 100mm pastry cutter
- Place 12 circles onto a non-stick baking tray with a slice of the goats’ cheese in the middle and a spoonful of Fig Relish on top of each
- Crack the egg into a bowl and whisk well with a pinch of salt, then brush around the edge of the pastry circles
- Place a second circle of puff pastry on top and carefully seal around the edges
- Score cutting lines on top and brush with the egg wash
- Place into the fridge for 15 mins to rest
- Bake for 12 mins
- Serve the Little Lepe Puff Pastry Parcels warm with side dipping dish of more Sticky Fig Relish
Original recipe courtesy of Tracklements
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