Mincemeat Pinwheels
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Mincemeat Pinwheels

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Serves 1 - 20 Pasties

Nothing could be simpler than these tasty mincemeat pinwheels, ideal for entertaining and perfect for unexpected guests. A made up, uncooked roll will keep for several days in the fridge, simply slice and cook as you need them.

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  • 1 x 375g Jus Rol puff pastry sheet
  • 1 x 400g jar good quality mincemeat
  • 2 tbsps bottlegreen cox's apple and plum cordial
  • Icing sugar


    1. Pre-heat oven to 220c (200c for fan assisted ovens) gas mark 7.
    2. Unroll the pastry sheet. Mix the mincemeat and bottlegreen cox's apple and plum cordial together, spread evenly over the pastry.
    3. Roll up from the longest side like a swiss roll. If time, chill in the fridge for 20 minutes.
    4. Cut into 1 1/2 cm slices and place on a lightly greased or lined baking tray. Cook for approximately 7-10 minutes until golden and risen. Cool on a wire rack. Dust with a little icing sugar. These are best served warm.
    5. Cook's tip: Add a little grated apple to the mincemeat.

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25th Jan, 2011
Very easy recipe, and a nice different way of having mince pie- style pudding, i love mince pies, and this was just as good!
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