PUFF PASTRY PIZZA TARTS
How do you follow your diet regime. How much ever I try but All the food pics on my facebook food groups put me back on the eating mode.
This time I started with a bang. Made big promises to myself that from now on I'll be a good girl. No junk, daily exercise, eat healthy and on proper time.
But all the promises goes down the drain when you see drooling pics of food food and food. I guess I have to deactivate my fb to be on the track ;)
But like food fb too is a part of mine and I guess everybody's life.
Coming to these Pizza Tarts. These Pizza Tarts are easy, tasty,yummy and quick to put together.
Buy some puff pastry, roll it out, cut it and top it with delicious sauce and toppings and fresh mozzarella cheese. Pure joy.
Though you can serve them either as a quick starter or a snack, but we actually had this for lunch, with a bowl of fresh salad and some juice.
I made them with readymade Puff Pastry Square Sheets.
I would suggest making more of them as they turned out so delicious that everyone will want more.
Though this recipe was not intended to be included on my blog but it turned so yummm and well that I thought of sharing it with you all. All the Ingredients I used were not measured, I did everything just by eyeing the measurements.
There's no hard and fast rule to select the toppings. You can use whatever is available with you. And With Cheese you can never go wrong. More is always less, Isn't it ;)
Frozen Puff Pastry Square Sheets- 1 pack of 10 squares (There were 10 Squares of approximately 12*12 inSize).
Pizza sauce- approximately 1 teaspoon for each Square
Toppings- As I've earlier mentioned there's no hard n fast rule for how to cut veggies and how much to use them.
You can increase or decrease the toppings according to your choice.
I've topped it up with chopped-
Salt and Crushed Black Pepper
Mozzarella Cheese- to sprinkle on the topDIRECTIONS:
Place oven rack in the center of the oven, and preheat oven to 200*C.
Remove frozen pastry sheets from box and paper wrappings.
Thaw pastry sheets at room temperature for about 40 minutes to 1 hour or until pastry unfolds easily.
Unfold pastry sheets on a lightly floured surface, and remove any additional paper wrappings.
I've gently rolled out each square a bit, retaining the square shape and cut it into 4 squares further.
Made some roundels too with the help of a cookie cutter.
Mix well all the ingredients listed under Toppings.
Line two cookie sheets or baking sheets with wax paper or parchment paper, and place pastry squares on each baking sheet.
Spoon 1 teaspoon pizza sauce into the center of each pastry square, and spread to a thin layer.
Place the topping mix.
And Sprinkle each square with shredded cheese generously. Don't be a miser while sprinkling the cheese.
Bake in the preheated Oven for 13-15 minutes at 200*C.
OR until the pastry is golden brown and puffed.
Carefully remove from oven, place on a serving tray.