Cheese Pastries

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I do not eat onions, they are bad for my digestion, so I like to make pastry squares with cheese in them, but if you like you can make them with cheese and onions.  You can make them large or small, but if you make them small they are very tasty warm from the oven with a nice cup of tea.

You will need:

  • A packet of ready rolled flaky pastry and some nice strong tasting cheddar cheese.
  • Just cut the pastry into squares and fill half of each square with slices of cheese, how mu
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    ch cheese is personal taste.

  • Brush the pastry edges with water and fold over each pastry square and  crimp the edges with a fork.
  • Brush with egg wash or milk and bake for 15 – 20 minutes in a hot oven, 220 C, gas mark 8, 425 F, cool on a wire rack.

Of course you can make your own pastry and you can also make a cheese and onion thick sauce for the filling, however you make them I am sure you will enjoy them.

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