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Learn how to make goat cheese and prosciutto appetizers that are sure to astound your friends.
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There's nothing more impressive when friends are stopping by than to whip up a hot orders, but who’s got the time, right? Well, I've got a secret for you that will wow and amaze your friends. And all you got to do is keep of a few of the right ingredients handy. Here’s what you're going to need. Croissant rolls in the can, just going to carefully unroll each section. It's keen not to separate the triangles, make sure your sections are two of the rolls in each section. Now, I'm going to take my mustard and I'm just spreading out my mustard, like so. You know, you can really use any kind of condiment, I just prefer mustard but experiment and see which one works for you. Next, we’re going to use our goat cheese. I've let me goat cheese suet out, the idea is to get it as soft as you can, so that it's easy to spread. Now, we’re ready for our prosciutto. And I'm going to lay a piece across here like so and see these are all already looking beautiful. And now we’re ready to roll. I'm going to start at one end and gently pushing up the edges. I'm going to stat to tuck it and tuck in the ends of your ham, if it's sticking out. And you're going to very gently cut about not quite an inch thick. So look, we got this fabulous pinwheel effect, this is such a great recipe and it look so much more impressive than the time that it actually takes to make it. Now, we’re ready for the final touch before it goes to the cookie sheet and that is our sesame seeds. And what we’re going to do is you're going to pick up one of the pinwheels, drop into the sesame seed, and put it in the cookie sheet. Now, we’re ready for our oven, which is already been preheated to 350 and these will cook anywhere from 16-20 minutes. Your friends are going to wonder how you ever find the time to whip up such gourmet treats. I'm Molly B, change your home, change your life.