Monday, October 12, 2009

Garlic Puff Twists



Inspired by Barry's Bakery French Twists (The Original Flavor, which in my opinion is like crack in a tub, I mean, seriously, I could eat them all in one sitting!) we decided to make a savory version of these to go along with dinner tonight.

Start off with a package of frozen puff pastry dough, thawed according to package instructions. Cut the sheet into strips about 1" wide by 4"-5" long.



Line 2 cookie sheets with parchment or Silpat. Twist each strip a time or two and lie onto the sheet. Repeat with the remaining strips.

In a small bowl, melt about 1/4 cup of Earth Balance mixed with some garlic powder, paprika, a little salt and some dried basil. Brush each twist liberally with the melted butter mixture.



Bake at 400 degrees F for about 15-20 minutes until golden and flaky.

10 comments:

  1. Holy crap! Amazing idea and so simple too!

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  2. those look sooo good!! I never could make good garlic twists, but now I can!! yay!

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  3. I've got a sheet of puff pastry just dying to be used, so I think you just sketched out today's lunch :) I'm also thinking cinnamon mmmmm.

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  4. yummy yummy yummy - they look awesome.

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  5. Ohhhh sweet deliciousness! This made my mouth water, even though it's 6:45 in the morning here.

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  6. I'm making pasta next time company comes just so I can makes these.

    Actually these might go good with a soup too.

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  7. Is it sad that I think those look fancy? I'm definitely trying it next time I have some puff pastry dough around :)

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  8. I squeeled when I saw that last picture! Puffy pastry garlicky goodness!

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  9. AMAZING. I'm a sucker for your stuff, J!

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