Last Minute Life Saver Palmitos

Barcelona, November 23rd

Dearest ladies,

I hope you are all doing well! I am very sorry I am a little late publishing this post. Last week was a bit crazy between the organization of Thomas’ surprise birthday party and surprise trip to Valencia, but it was all worth it as Thomas was so surprised and we both had a great time!

So there I am, on Sunday night, having to come up with a delicious recipe for the blog, and very little time to do so.

That is how I remembered this great recipe that saved me so many times when I had friends over for tea or coffee. I even sometimes use it for dessert after a good meal.

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It will literally take you 20 mns to make and will impress your guests. I can’t count how many times my friends told me how good they tasted and how impressed they were that I was able to prepare them while being so busy with a baby… They just didn’t know how easy the recipe is hehe!

For approx. 15 palmitos

1 roll of puff pastry

1 small bowl of sugar

1 egg yolk

and that’s it!

 

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Spread the pastry on a chopping board, sprinkle with sugar to taste.

 

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Roll each part of the pastry so they meet together in the middle.

 

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Cut the pastry into little pieces, place them on an oven tray.

 

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Spread the egg yolk on each piece, and add a little sugar on top so it will caramelize.

Put in the oven for 15-20 minutes, keep an eye on them though because cooking can vary from an oven to the other.

 

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Tadaaa! They are done and ready to be eaten. Bon appetit!

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3 thoughts on “Last Minute Life Saver Palmitos

  1. Jan November 23, 2014 at 11:07 pm Reply

    Hanin, they are so cute. What a great idea!

  2. Emily @ culinarycorrespondence.com November 24, 2014 at 6:34 am Reply

    Yum! What a great simple idea!!! I might try them with some cinnamon sugar 🙂 thank you!!!!

  3. Beth @ Culinary Correspondence December 2, 2014 at 3:15 pm Reply

    These little palmiers are so cute! I’ve also seen them done savoury-style for apéro (ex; with emmental cheese or pesto instead of the sugar). Definitely want to try!

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