Roasted Garlic Pups

Appetizer: roasted garlic pups

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Appetizer: roasted garlic pups
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time15 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time35 mins
 14 Whole Garlic Cloves; roasted and smashed into a paste
 1 tbsp Olive Oil
 2 Sheets of Pastry Puff
 1 12 oz package of "little smokies" or similar cocktail weenies
Roast The Garlic Prior to Boarding If Possible
1

This takes some pre-planning to have it on a boat, but it's pretty simple tastes fantastic.
To roast The Garlic:
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper, silicon mat, or foil.
Spread the unpeeled garlic cloves in a single layer on top of the baking sheet and drizzle with just enough olive oil (approximately 2 tablespoons) so all the garlic cloves are coated.
Lightly season the garlic cloves with kosher salt pepper.
Roast garlic for 35-45 minutes, gently shaking the pan half way through. Cooking time will vary based on the size of the cloves
The roasted garlic cloves are finished roasting when they are fork tender and golden brown.
Add the roasted garlic to an airtight container or jar. Fill the container with olive oil and store in the refrigerator. Roasted garlic will last up to 2 weeks in the refrigerator.

Putting It All Together
2

1. If frozen, allow puff pastry dough to defrost in the refrigerator. Unroll sheets.
2. Cut into squares that are approximately 3x3 inches. You can make these squares bigger if you want fewer appetizers with more pastry, or cut them smaller if you want more. Totally up to you.
3. Add about a teaspoon of roasted garlic to the center of each square. Again, you can increase or decrease this amount based on how much garlic you have and how much you like it.
4. Add your weenie. Fold over the corner of the dough and seal the corners.
5. Bake in 350 degree F preheated oven until golden brown, about 20 minutes.

Serve warm with a good quality dipping mustard, if desired.

Appetizer: roasted garlic pups

Ingredients

 14 Whole Garlic Cloves; roasted and smashed into a paste
 1 tbsp Olive Oil
 2 Sheets of Pastry Puff
 1 12 oz package of "little smokies" or similar cocktail weenies

Directions

Roast The Garlic Prior to Boarding If Possible
1

This takes some pre-planning to have it on a boat, but it's pretty simple tastes fantastic.
To roast The Garlic:
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper, silicon mat, or foil.
Spread the unpeeled garlic cloves in a single layer on top of the baking sheet and drizzle with just enough olive oil (approximately 2 tablespoons) so all the garlic cloves are coated.
Lightly season the garlic cloves with kosher salt pepper.
Roast garlic for 35-45 minutes, gently shaking the pan half way through. Cooking time will vary based on the size of the cloves
The roasted garlic cloves are finished roasting when they are fork tender and golden brown.
Add the roasted garlic to an airtight container or jar. Fill the container with olive oil and store in the refrigerator. Roasted garlic will last up to 2 weeks in the refrigerator.

Putting It All Together
2

1. If frozen, allow puff pastry dough to defrost in the refrigerator. Unroll sheets.
2. Cut into squares that are approximately 3x3 inches. You can make these squares bigger if you want fewer appetizers with more pastry, or cut them smaller if you want more. Totally up to you.
3. Add about a teaspoon of roasted garlic to the center of each square. Again, you can increase or decrease this amount based on how much garlic you have and how much you like it.
4. Add your weenie. Fold over the corner of the dough and seal the corners.
5. Bake in 350 degree F preheated oven until golden brown, about 20 minutes.

Serve warm with a good quality dipping mustard, if desired.

Appetizer: roasted garlic pups

Roasted Garlic Pups

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My father helped me restore an old wooden boat when I was in Junior High School, then taught me how to sail it. I was hooked forever. The other gift he provided was a love of cooking, which I've tried to build upon over the years. I've spent most of my life owning a boat of some kind or another from dinghy's to larger sailing and motor vessels. I enjoy sharing my love of water and my love of cooking with fellow travelers who have a like-mindedness. I believe life is difficult enough, so why not help lift others up whenever possible; share a smile and a good story every now and then.


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