Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Sesame Sriracha Cream Cheese Bacon Scallion Puffs


Because sometimes you just want something that tastes good and takes very little effort. I mean they are called "convenience foods" for a reason, right?

These tasty little bites taste great warm, cold, or at room temperature, which makes them the perfect food to make as an appetizer, bring to a party, or just make up a batch like me and my sister, June, did on my recent visit to Portland.  And since today is her birthday, I thought I would post this in her honor.

Happy Birthday Sweet June!
You see, we were on a day long adventure.  We were hell bent on trying as many Greyhounds as we could throughout the city.  We started at about 10 am at Juniors and worked our way through town.  By the time nightfall hit, we had, needless to say, gotten pretty loopy.  So we decided it would be a good idea to head over the the market and pick up something to snack on when we got back home.


Basically it's puff pastry (2 sheets) with Toffuti Better Than Cream Cheese (a whole 8 oz tub) that has sesame oil (about 1/4 cup) and sriracha (about a tablespoon) mixed in, with scallions (or green onions, 1 bunch, chopped) and imitation bacon bits (store bought or HOME MADE) sprinkled all over, then rolled up, sliced, and baked at 400 F for about 20 minutes, or until golden and flaky.  Take 'em out of the oven and let them cool for a few minutes and enjoy.



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  1. Dude....I am soooo making this. This is like my dream food.

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