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My son had to make a recipe for the international food project in his history class. He was able to choose any recipe from the areas they studied this year, He chose this one. It was really easy & was fun to do with my son. I see this will be one he will want to make over & over again! Its so easy the kids can really put it together by themselves all they will need you for is to have you cut the food and put it in & take it out of the oven.(unless your kids are old enough to do those things themselves. Only few changes I advise is to make the scrolls 1/2inch instead of 1inch to get the 24-36 servings. To convert the cooking temp in (F)= 395 degrees. Oh & in the US if you dont know what a capsicum is, its a red peper. (this really was a challenge since I didnt think to look it up before I went shopping and no one in the stores seemed to have any idea what I was requesting-lol. You do need to spray the pan to keep it from sticking. Other then those MINOR things it really was quite a great recipe to make. Enjoy!
these were very good! I followed the recipe exactly, and the amounts are spot on. I added a little chopped pineapple to the 2nd roll, and that was good too. I mis-read the instructions, and cut them nearly an inch thick instead of a cm thick, but they still came out very well. A point worth making, dont roll too tight, otherwise the centre doesnt cook right. thanks for a keeper!
We go to our neighbours every Thursday night, to watch Survivor on the 'Big Screen'. I like to take something with me each week, and after several sweet items, thought these would be a nice change. Well......these WILL be made again. So easy to make and the taste is excellent.....hot or room temperature. Thanks Stardustannie. Made for the Auzzie/NZ Recipe Swap #34
These are scrumptious! I used browned bulk italian sausage fro the ham and added a little leftover minced onion I had in the fridge. Pizza blend was the cheese of choice. These are flaky and very tasty. They also look very impressive for the amount of work you actually put into them making them perfect for an appetizer party! Dh and I loved them and talked about possibly adding some chopped mushrooms and olives to the filling. Thanks for sharing this fabulous recipe Stardustbunnie, it's a keeper!
I love these! They are perfect for my kids' lunchboxes as they don't love traditional sandwiches. Will be using this recipe forever!
Easy peasy. Made to take a supper plate. Spread one sheet of pastry with a chunky pesto and chilli dip and a little cheese. The other with tomato sauce, sprinkle of dried basil and a mix of grated cheese, drained crushed pineapple and diced ham. They look good. Did take me longer than 20 minutes to bake them maybe even closed to 30 minutes. Also good not to over fill with cheese as it bubbles out the top. Thanks, just what I was looking for.
A delicious treat. Very similar to one I make, but using the puff pastry makes for a wonderful appetizer. Ham, cheese, pizza sauce and puff pastry - how can one miss! Easy to make with excellent results. Thank you Stardustannie.
These are really good. I made half as written and for the other half I substituted sliced green olives for the ham. I think that anything you'd like on your pizza would be good.
Made these today for the AFL grand final, everyone enjoyed them. I had to make a change because the local store was out of red capsicum, so I left it out. They really looked pretty on the plate but no one took notice because they disappeared. I didn't get to eat them because of my diet, thank you for posting Stardustannie.
These pizza scrolls are great to throw in a school lunch box. I should have read through the reviews because my results would have benefited from the note not to roll these too tightly or the puff pastry doesn't cook properly. Lesson learned for next time!