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Monday, November 19, 2012

Pastries With Fresh Garlic Chives

{Fresh garlic chives from my window sill garden}

{Working on chopping}

{Salomi and Garlic Chives}

{Roll out the triangle shaped dough, spread a thin layer of cream cheese, sprinkle garlic chives on top and salomi}

{Roll up the dough into a and sprinkle with garlic chives and put in the oven for 10-12 minutes at 375 degrees}

{Allow to cool on the foil and enjoy!}
Hello friends!  Hope you have been having a good fall.  I haven't been posting as much due to grad school and work keeping my pretty busy of the late.  I hope you still enjoy following along from time to time and get inspired to try some new recipes.  This recipe was inspired by seeing different recipes like this on Pintrest, yet I gave it a go and just combined what looked good to me.  And guess what!?  It worked and tasted great. 

These little pastries with fresh garlic are easy to make for an appetizer or a party!  I enjoyed making them because they were quick and tasted delicious in the end.  I literally had to stop myself after the second one.
Are there any fall recipe favorites that you would like to share?  

-1 crescent roll package
-plain cream cheese
-fresh garlic chives

1.)  Pre-heat the oven to 375 degrees.
2.)  Roll out the crescent shaped dough on a cutting board (they will look like mini triangles).
3.)  On one side of the triangle shaped dough spread a thin layer of cream cheese.
4.)  Chop the garlic chives in small pieces and sprinkle over the cream cheese.
5.)  Cut the salomi into thin pieces and place onto of the garlic chives.
6.)  Roll up the dough and place each piece on a try with aluminum foil.  Make sure they do not touch one another.
7.)  Cook for 10-12 min on 375 degrees. 
8.)  Allow the pastries to cool and enjoy!


  1. Oh yum-yum-yum - this looks delicious. I've been searching for a simple pastry recipe for quite a long time and now I found it :)
    Will try it this weekend - but maybe with ham instead of salomi or maybe salmon?!?

    Anyway - thnx for sharing!

    Miri's Castle

    1. Hi Miri!

      Thanks for stopping by and hope your enjoyed making the pastry recipe. Ham sounds really good too, I'll have to try that! I love trying new things and substitutions. : )