This is my 95th post so far, my goal is 100 posts by 2014, 5 more to go before entering 2015, wish me luck!
Since I’m racing with time to accomplish the goal, I’ve been looking into my files to see projects that haven’t been posted yet and this is one of them. I made this puff pocket often, but this one is different from what I usually made because I made the pastry from scratch. If you are looking for puff pastry recipe that is easy and fast, this is the recipe I got from A flock in the city blog: http://www.aflockinthecity.com/2012/04/17/homemade-puff-pastry-the-quicker-version-by-nick-malgieri/ . I didn’t use food processor, just pastry blade. Another thing that I learned is you have to move fast to prevent the butter becomes too soft.
When your puff pastry is ready, cut it in 3″x3″ square, add slices of banana and shredded cheese, sprinkle with sugar then fold half to triangle shape, brush with egg wash, baked until golden brown, that’s it!
This morning I got message from WordPress, informing my blog’s 2nd anniversary. Then I checked my archive, 62 posts, wow… it may not sound a lot to many of you but to me it is big number, how did I write that all? I do hope, whether sweet or sour, my posts bring you inspiration. Thank you my followers, the readers, and the visitors!
Since today is quite special, I want to celebrate with this easy yummy recipe, Cheese Stuffed Jalapeno, enjoy!
1. Clean and cut 5 big Jalapenos in half, seeded.
2. Mix the filling: 1/3C cream cheese, 1/4C Parmesan, 1/4C Cheddar, 1/4C white swiss cheese, 1 tbs green onion, dash of pepper.
3. Fill the Jalapenos with the filling, bake at 325F for about 20 minutes. Use the foil to line the pan, spray the bottom with olive oil first.
4. Add extra shredded parmesan and green onion on the top, serve.
5. Bon appétit!