|They're ready. Although, it appears that Aiden is giving me the stare down, I'm sure it is saying, "Back away from the mango and papaya."|
|Puff pastry sheets, still folded and thawing, 2 1/2 cups of mango and papaya mixed in a pot, sugar, measuring spoon and wooden spoon for mixing. (Later you'll also need melted butter and a basting brush.)|
|Aiden adding 1/4 cup of sugar to the mango and papaya.|
|Eliana mixing the sugar in.|
|Then, we brushed melted butter around the edges.|
|Put a little filling in the middle.|
|Folded them over to make triangles, and pinch around the edges to seal.|
Before popping them into the oven, we brushed a little more melted butter on them and sprinkled a little sugar on top. Then in the oven they went for 15 minutes (400 degrees).
|Sampling the snack.|
|Do you see those eyes? That, my dear friends, is a look of approval.|
After we ate them, Aiden looked at me and said, "We definitely have to make these again!" I completely agree.
Have you made any new treats lately or gone out on a limb and tried something new without a recipe?
Note: If you're thinking that these look similar to something else you've seen me blog about, you're right. We made appetizers when we learned about Pakistan, that were puff pastry filled with spiced potato. Check out that post here.