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Zabeena

It sounds ideal! Good tip about the whole crab, too, thanks.
Sounds like you've got a wonderful Christmas period ahead of you, I'm really happy for you! Have fun!!

steenbok68

The croustades have not been at IKEA for A-G-E-S! I have been missing them for a long time. :-(

johanna


Hi there,

where are you based? in the UK?
what a shame, they are really a fantastic way of making finger food!
johanna

Kat

These look SO good. And so beautiful :)

Zabeena

I made them for a NYE buffet. I bought the croustades at Waitrose (but Sainsbury's also do them), likewise the crab meat. Probably a very expensive way of making these bites, but I didn't have time to go to the market. They were really nice!I have one layer of the croustades left, so I'm going to try a combination of lobster and crab, the tinned variety, not fresh, tonight.

johanna

Liebe Sabine,


Schönes neues Jahr.. Toll dass euch die croustades geschmeckt haben!
Viel Glück für 2010!


Jx

Sadie

These look great...and perfect for a party I'm planning. Does anyone know if the croustades are sold in the US? I'm in the Boston area.

Jeanne @ Cooksister!

Fabulous! I've had a number of canapés that you make with these croustades, each nicer than the next. Can't wait to taste these... I think you and I need a girly evening, with lots of champagne, canapes and a chick flick!

johanna

bring it on, jeanne, i could think of nothing i'd want more right now! let's put a date in the diary already!!!

Nena Mirmiroglou

Great recipe. Do you know how can a make myself the Croustades? In my country there is not any ready to buy. Many thanks Nena

johanna

hi nena,
i have never tried to make my own croustades, not this kind, anyway. however, croustade just stands for various types of pastry shells, you could make them with shortcrust or puff pastry that you blind bake in mini-muffin forms, or even take toast bread, roll it super thinly with a pin, cut out rounds with a cookies cutter, brush both sides with a little melted butter or oil, then press into mini-muffin tins and bake for 10-15 minutes until crisp and golden.
i hope this helps
johanna

johanna


hi nena,
i have never tried to make my own croustades, not this kind, anyway.
however, croustade just stands for various types of pastry shells, you
could make them with shortcrust or puff pastry that you blind bake in
mini-muffin forms, or even take toast bread, roll it super thinly with
a pin, cut out rounds with a cookies cutter, brush both sides with a
little melted butter or oil, then press into mini-muffin tins and bake
for 10-15 minutes until crisp and golden.
i hope this helps
johanna

Zoe

We loved this recipe and featured it in our weekly round up! Take a look! http://theweeklydish.tumblr.com/post/18999716301/no-need-to-be-a-crab

Have a great weekend!!

Zoe
The Weekly Dish

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