Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Ham and Feta Croissants

In my apartment we are very big fans of feta cheese. My roommate, Carlyn, and I have managed to eat it for the past few days on just about anything. We also like things if they take minimal time and effort (especially with our heavy summer course loads!). So when my roommate decided to cook tonight I was pretty surprised. This recipe only takes about 25 minutes total, didn't cost much money, and has FETA! Carlyn decided to make some delightful "pinwheels." The pinwheels weren't working out so great, so she decided to make stuffed croissants. Lesson learned: it's near impossible to cook when your air conditioning isn't working. Yes... our AC went out... in June... in Alabama. No worries though, it should be fixed tomorrow! Without it, the dough became very sticky and hard to work with the longer it sat in the room. Carlyn is a trooper though and the croissants turned out great!

Here's what you need:
1. Croissant dough (we used Pillsbury)
2. Deli ham
3. Feta cheese
4. Olive oil

Here's what you do:
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Roll out the dough and spread olive oil onto the surface. Sprinkle feta cheese across the dough. Layer a few slices of ham on top of the feta and roll up the dough.

















The croissants that were attempted pinwheels were cut into rolls before being placed onto a cooking sheet.

















2. Place rolls/croissants onto a greased cookie sheet and cook for 12 minutes.
This super easy recipe takes no time at all and is good for any time of day! Enjoy!

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