Pass the parcels

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Serves 8
Prep 10
Cook 20
These rustic vegetable parcels will delight all guests. They are simple to make and tasty - the dukkah gives a punch of flavour and varying the veggies adds extra colour and more good nutrients.

This recipe is part of our new Very Veggie Christmas collection - plant powered recipes that bring the wow to Christmas Day dining.

For more inspiration take a look at this article: Your guide to a flexitarian festive feast.

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These rustic vegetable parcels will delight all guests. They are simple to make and tasty - the dukkah gives a punch of flavour and varying the veggies adds extra colour and more good nutrients.

This recipe is part of our new Very Veggie Christmas collection - plant powered recipes that bring the wow to Christmas Day dining.

For more inspiration take a look at this article: Your guide to a flexitarian festive feast.
  • 2 sheets puff pastry, thawed
  • 2 tablespoons hummus
  • 1 tablespoon dukkah
  • Bunch Dutch carrots, stem removed leaving 2cm stems
  • Bunch purple asparagus
  • Bunch broccolini
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1 tablespoon So Good™ Almond Milk

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  1. Cut each sheet of pastry into 4 even squares. Transfer squares to lined baking trays.
  2. Spoon a teaspoon of hummus in the centre of each square and roughly spread. Sprinkle 1/2 teaspoon of dukkah over hummus.
  3. Brush vegetables with oil. Place a small handful of vegetables running from one corner to another corner so it sits diagonal along the square.
  4. Brush exposed pastry with almond milk. Fold one corner in over fillings. Fold the other corner in over the pastry to encase it, leaving the vegetable ends sticking out.
  5. Bake in a moderately hot oven, 190°C, for 20 minutes or until pastry is golden and vegetables are cooked.

Tips

  • The vegetables will vary in the baking time. The carrots will take longer to cook than the asparagus or broccolini
  • Dukkah is an Egyptian fragrant roasted spice and nut blend that is traditionally served with olive oil and fresh bread.

Tips

  • The vegetables will vary in the baking time. The carrots will take longer to cook than the asparagus or broccolini
  • Dukkah is an Egyptian fragrant roasted spice and nut blend that is traditionally served with olive oil and fresh bread.

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