Charleen Borchers Recipe

Pastry Wrapped Olives

By Charleen Borchers watscookin


Rating:
Serves:
8-10
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Method:
Bake
Comments:

When I ask" What should I bring" these tasty pastry wrapped olives is on the top of the list.

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
What a different, fun appetizer!

We enjoyed these served at room temp, so be sure to allow to let them cool entirely.

Ingredients

1 jar(s)
green spanish olives w/ pimento
1 c
white flour
3/4 stick
salted butter
1 pinch
salt
1-2 dash(es)
hot tabasco
1/2 tsp
worstchester sauce
1 pkg
shredded cheddar cheese 16 0z.
* sometimes i put some fresh chopped cilantro, or parsely in the dough for color. the cilantro adds a nice contrasting flavor if people will like it.

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Have all ingredients room temperature. In the softened butter add the tobasco, and worstchester sauce, then the shredded cheese.Drain the olives in a strainer and set aside in a bowl.
2
Add salt & flour to cheese mixture. Make into a dough working all ingredients thoroughly.You can add cilantro at this time if desired.
3
Take aprox a tsp of the dough and make a ball. Flatten it in the palm of your hand and place an olive in the middle. Wrap the olive in the dough and make a ball again. Place on a greased cookie sheet. You can get 20 or so on a large cookie sheet. Place in 375* oven for aprox 30 min. or until tops start to get golden. You must keep an eye on them because you are using butter and this can burn easily . Remove from cookie sheet on a plate to cool and place in a tupperware container.
4
You can make these ahead of time and place in a bag in a freezer to bake at another time. Make sure to flower them before you put in the bag or they will stick together and be a mess when you thaw them. They keep 3 months in the freezer. This is a great thing to have on hand when people drop by. You can always have a nice appetizer handy at all times!

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: American
Collection: The Great Tailgate!

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153 Comments

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S Waidner braids1997
Dec 27, 2013
These looked so good I had to try! Am going to housewarming tomorrow, and sounded like a perfect thing to bring! I tested a cooked one & they do not need a sauce! I did add some garlic & onion powder & more Worcestershire sauce to make the dough pliable, aslo cooked at 350 degrees as they were burning at 375! But still a great recipe & will make again & again!
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Roxanne Fleszar squiret1
Dec 27, 2013
Been making these for a long time..but use jiffy pie crust mix ( following the directions for pie crust Just add water!!)instead of the flour and butter add all other ingredient so easy!!
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Lou Kostura lkostura
Dec 19, 2013
Tried these last night, bring to a potluck at work today. I'll bet they will be a hit. Thanks for sharing.
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Lou Kostura lkostura
Dec 19, 2013
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
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Carol Harpel Kitzer
Dec 6, 2013
JoAnn Thompson - Usually, if a recipe calls for 'flour', it is all-purpose - unless - when it is self-rising, the recipe states as such.
Kitzer