Let me tell you that this beautiful appetizer is the best combination of deli meat, mustard, puff pastry, and cheese.
How To Make Ham and Cheese Pinwheels?
Preparing the ham and cheese pinwheels with puff pastry instead. You comfortably serve these ham and cheese puff pastry appetizers for a holiday brunch or dinner, or a game day party.
–Dijon mustard: the combination of ham and mustard flavor is the secret that makes these Ham and cheese pinwheels really delicious.
–Puff Pastry. You can make puff pastry dough from scratch, honestly, I’ve never felt the need. Puff pastry is really challenging to all, but the most accomplished pastry chefs and, unlike premade pie crust, the frozen version is amazing.
–Ham. Salty, and delicious with cheese and dijon mustard filling. I usually use thin slices of high-quality ham in this recipe.
Cheese. Any cheese can do the work.
-First, you should let the puff pastry thaw in the refrigerator, on a work surface, unfold one sheet, and shape it like a rectangle.
-Then, smear the puff pastry with mustard, then add cheese and ham
-After that, roll the puff pastry, and cut the ends so that they are even. Wrap it with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 25 minutes.
-Repeat the steps with the second sheet of puff pastry.
-Remove the puff pastry and cut it into slices, place on a baking sheet. And bake at 375 F (190 C) for 20 minutes.
CAN I STORE PINWHEELS ?
-These pinwheels can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. Just make sure to reheat them in the oven on a baking sheet at 375° F (190° C).
CAN I FREEZE PINWHEELS ?
– You can freeze pinwheels after baking, you can store the pinwheels in a storage container up to 1 month.