After making some luscious lemon cream and raspberry tarts, I had just a small amount of pastry left but I didn't want to throw it in the bin.
I rolled it out as thin as possible.
Then scattered parmesan and black onion seeds all over it. I love black onions seeds - they give a lovely flavour and crunch to anything from homemade bread and quiches to soups and salads.
I folded the two edges into the middle then turned it 90 degrees and did the same again - it doesn't have to be mathematical, you just want the filling on the inside !
I rolled it out again and scattered a bit more parmesan and black onion seeds on top.
Then I cut it into rough strips.
Ten minutes in the oven at 180° until they are crisp and golden brown and they're done. I barely got a look in because the kids polished them off in seconds but apparently they were delicious !
Adding to the #KitchenClearout linky as it used up the end of the pastry.