Cute little sandwich bites. Great for an appetizer or snack.
I paired them with a salad and fruit for a light, summer meal.
Beef and Cheddar Spirals
1 can crescent dinner rolls
4 thin slices of roast beef
4 t Dijon mustard
1 c shredded cheddar cheese
1 T sesame seeds
Unroll dough into 4 long rectangles. Press seams to seal.
Layer with mustard, beef and cheese. Start with the short side
and roll so you have 4 rolls. Press seams closed and slice each roll
into 4 spirals, creating 16 little sandwiches. Put on parchment-lined
cookie sheet and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
Bake 15-20 minutes at 375 until golden.
Can refrigerate 2 hours before baking.
These are also good using ham and Swiss, too!
I double the meat to make them a bit heartier, but
for an appetizer I would leave as is.
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One funny thing...I never buy crescent rolls in a can! I've made these twice in the last month, and both times I couldn't get the can open! LOL! I had trouble peeling off the paper, kind of holding it away from me in fear that the can would pop open and scare me. Then when I got the paper off, I couldn't get it to pop open! I'm glad I was alone in the kitchen as I'm sure it was a comical sight. :) Geesh!