Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Ham & Cheese Piggie Blankies


My firstborn was born Chinese but has 100% Aussie tastebuds.

He loves nothing more than pasta, pizzas, sandwiches and pastries.

Thankfully, he tolerates the asian food that I cook at home (even that took a long time) but really he only wants pasta 24-7.

So I had an idea for lunch yesterday since he normally has sandwiches for lunch.

I had all the ingredients at home, so I made some ham, cheese and tomatoes piggie blankies for him.

It was terribly simple that I'm embarrassed to post this but it makes a good weekday lunch for the kiddies or even as a snack.

He loved it so much that he whalloped 7 at a go. So give this a go!

Ingredients
100g of Ham
1 block of cheddar cheese (or whatever you have at home)
1 tomato
1 sheet of puff pastry
1 egg - beaten

Firstly, turn the oven on to 200 degrees celsius.

Cut puff pastry sheet into 9 cubes. Then put shreds of ham, cheese and tomato diagonally.

Roll the puff pastry. (fold one side to another.)
Brush with beaten egg. Put it into the oven for 12-15 minutes till it turns golden brown.
Serve with tomato relish or tomato sauce.

9 comments:

  1. Oooh, this is really easy to make, will try this soon! My lunch needs to be simple so I can have more time to do other stuff during the short window of time when Min is napping before we zip out again to pick Nat. :)

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  2. Ya easy and fast is my mantra too! You can do diff variations like feta and sundried tomato too!

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  3. olimomok4:21 PM

    Ooh how clever! Will try this at home soon. Puff pastry rocks!

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  4. He's definitely gonna love pizza on Sat then! ;)

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  5. justina5:21 PM

    hi, can i check where did you get the puff pastry and also the brand? can't seem to find them in NTUC

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  6. Justina -- I bought my puff pastry at phoon huat. It's from the brand Pampas. Have u checked out the frozen section of ntuc? They usually sell the 3 pack there. :)

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  7. justina9:08 AM

    Thanks for your info! i search but only find those for Spring roll so not sure if its suitable

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  8. @Justina - Hmm don't think that would work. Maybe can try cold storage? But thus far, phoon huat has the cheapest ones, i find!

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  9. I'm going to try making these for my fusspot who's going through a phase at the moment.

    Plus it looks so easy to make too :)

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