Sun-Dried Tomato Palmiers

  • Camillka Posted: 12/29/11
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    OMGosh, these are unbelievable. The flavor is superb, they present elegantly, and are a snap to prepare. A go-to recipe for hors d'oeuvres.

  • Gailzer Posted: 01/02/12
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    Very good. Can make ahead & freeze.

  • gail12345 Posted: 01/02/12
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    Very good recipe. Would cut back on the olives and add some pesto or basil to it instead to give it more of an italian flair.

  • Natalie137 Posted: 07/01/12
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    These are very easy and make a fancy presentation. I thought the recipe, as written, was heavy on the olive, so I added in some extra sundried tomatoes. I also thought the finished version was on the greasy side; if I make these again, I might try doing it without the added olive oil. The greasiness was my only reason for giving it 4 stars; the flavor is top notch and these are great for entertaining. All my guests loved them! Freezing for 20 minutes means they squish less when you slice them, but no worries - they puff up to the appropriate shape when you bake them. I also found that mine pulled apart a bit; be sure to roll them tightly. Finally, if you don't feel like messing with puff pastry, the filling for this would make a delicious dip alone or with some feta.

  • susanaleigh Posted: 05/19/13
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    I was looking for a hors d'oeuvres recipe without cheese and found this gem. It was a big hit last night. I couldn't find sun dried tomatoes so used California Sun Dried brand Sundried Tomato Spread instead. Added basil and omitted oil as recommended in other reviews. Thanks!

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