Saturday, February 13, 2010

Cheese & Parsley Palmiers

Wat a fantastic way to celebrate Valentine's day with these crispy, flaky ,cheesy palmiers with dry parsley leaves na!!!!...To be honest, this plamiers tastes fantastic when u munch them they were still warm, yes those cheese melts in your mouth, no words to describe how these palmiers tastes...Should give a try to these beauties if u want to know how these palmiers would have tasted..These palmiers goes for simple ingredients and without puff pastry sheet its completely difficult to make out these flaky palmiers, then i went for grated emmental cheese, dry parsley leaves, pepper powder and salt to make out this flaky hearts...Such a simple palmiers na, a cute appetizier also a crowd pleaser hardly needs less time prepare and bake...If u dont know how to roll out this flaky palmiers, pls do check Cham's palmiers post where she explain how to roll the pastry sheet as palmiers clearly and even a novice can prepare this palmiers very easy with her detailed clicks...


1no Puff pastry sheet
1/4cup Grated emmental cheese
1tsp Dry parsley leaves
1/4tsp Pepper powder
Salt

Roll the pastry sheet and springle the emmental cheese, dry parsley leaves, pepper powder and salt , fold on both sides to bring both edges to the middle and form like a log, arrange in freezer for 15minutes..Preheat the oven to 400F, cut the log as small pieces and arrange over a baking sheet lined over a baking tray, arrange the tray in the middle rack and bake for 12-15minutes..

Enjoy this cheesy palmiers when they were still warm....

32 comments:

  1. Palmiers looks tempting. Thanks for stopping by at my blog & taking time out for leaving a comment.

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  2. வாவ்வ்வ் கலக்கலா இருக்கு.பார்த்ததும் சாப்பிடனும்போல் இருக்கு...

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  3. Looks absolutely fantastic..love palmiers..just baked veg puff pastry yet to be posted..A very happy valentine's day to you.

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  4. Cheese & puff pastry!! That sure is a delightful combo..

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  5. Wow dear..love the savory version of the palmiers...looks very very tempting :)

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  6. they look so so perfect Priya! Yummmm....

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  7. Priya,

    Anything with puff pastry is good to me. these are delicious snack

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  8. Palmiers looks fantastic....yummy and tempting..thanks for sharing..

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  9. Looks good Priya...Happy V Day!

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  10. I wish i could get the puff pastry sheets here..these look so good and when warm the cheese would just melt in your mouth..mmmmm..

    www.foodlyrics.com

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  11. Aww You beat me to it. I have a cinnamon palmier recipe drafted to be posted tommorrow..You and I are in the same wavelength. You know what they say about Great minds thinking alike? Lol. I guess I will have to post it soon before someone else beats me to it.
    Savory Palmiers are indeed new to me. Lovely as always my dear.

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  12. Oh they look so crunchy. Priyakka by any chance do you drink the kutties ka Boost :D Ivvolo energetic aaa post pannikite irrukenga?

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  13. Parcel some, I don't have any snack now! The combo of parsley and cheese is wonderful! Happy V-Day Dear!

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  14. Gr8 Snack 2 celebrate V Day !!!

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  15. Gosh, this is looking really tasty! I wanna have some too..pls pass to me! ;) I'll have it with my kids!

    Happy Valentines my Friend! :D

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  16. Emmental cheese,i think its new to me,sounds good!

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  17. Priya! Absolutely stunning looking Palmeirs!

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  18. They look so crispy,loved it priya and happy valentines day

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  19. excellent combination with cheese and parsley... lovely idea :)

    - Indhu (www.thayirsaadham.com)

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  20. i love savory palmiers and cheese with parsley sounds a yumm combination!

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  21. Crispy and yummy yummy palmiers....

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  22. Palmier is so lovely & cute! Happy val's day to you!

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  23. Lovely combo and the palmiers look Fab!

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  24. aaahhhhaa they looks fantastic priya tempting to have one from there...

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  25. Priya
    I love sweet palmiers and I would love savory ones as well. Yours look so tempting and their color so bright. Delicious!

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  26. Palmiers look delicious and lovely hearts too.

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  27. I have made a diff version of these and yes these are delicious!

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  28. Perfect palmiers.You r on a roll Priya.Its great.

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