How to Make Potato Puff Pastry Treat

It's rather easy to eat too much puff pastry when making this dish, because these flavors go so great together. Using bleak roe would make the dish very expensive but hey, do as you please! Try it!

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How to Make Potato Puff Pastry Treat Recipe
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Turn on the oven at 225 degrees C.

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This serves 6-8 adults.

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3
Roll out the puff pastry and make holes in it with a fork.

Roll out the puff pastry and make holes in it with a fork.

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If you're using winter potatoes peel them before slicing them. Then line them up on top of the puff pastry.

If you're using winter potatoes peel them before slicing them. Then line them up on top of the puff pastry.

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Sprinkle with salt.

Sprinkle with salt.

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Whisk an egg and then cover the edges with it. If you haven't covered the whole puff pastry with potatoes you can cover remaining pastry parts with the egg.

Whisk an egg and then cover the edges with it. If you haven't covered the whole puff pastry with potatoes you can cover remaining pastry parts with the egg.

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Then sprinkle the cheese on top.

Then sprinkle the cheese on top.

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Cook in the oven for about 15 minutes.

Cook in the oven for about 15 minutes.

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You can either cut it up in smaller pieces or a few larger ones.

You can either cut it up in smaller pieces or a few larger ones.

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Add sour cream, roe and chives. Finish off with some black pepper.

Add sour cream, roe and chives. Finish off with some black pepper.

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Dig in!

Dig in!

Ingredients

16 Cold boiled potatoes 
275 Grams Puff pastry 
1 Teaspoon Salt 
1 Egg 
250 Milliliters Grated cheddar 
300 Milliliters Sour cream 
200 Grams Lumpfish roe or (if it's a party) bleak roe 
100 Milliliters Chopped chives 
Black pepper 
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