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Thursday, 19 May 2011

Cheese and Marmite Pastry Pinwheels

I enjoy making these using left over shortcrust pastry, I enjoy eating them even more.  I roll the pastry into a thin rectangle, spread in quite thickly with Marmite, then sprinke strong grated cheese over the Marmite.  I roll up the rectangle and cut it into pinwheels.  Place the pinwheels on a baking tin and sprinkle with more grated cheese.  You can also add seeds of your choice at this stage too, I like pumpkin and sunflower seeds.  Bake in a medium oven for 15 - 20 minutes.  They don't hang about for long.


  1. Oh dammit now I have to wipe drool off the keyboard. I love Marmite and cheese together. Now I know what to do with spare pastry. Thank you!

  2. I make these with puff pastry - they really don't last long, do they?!


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