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miznic September 10, 2017
A sandwich version of Salade Nicoise! Holy yum. That actually sounds really good right now...
Babs I. September 10, 2017
What if you cut the croissant dough into strips, then spiraled each strip? Or rolled the whole sheet, then sliced, like cinnamon rolls, but without filling? It wouldn't reduce the flake, but would make them round. I've only made croissants twice; the first batch broke my Kitchen Aid mixer, but I do love the end product.
Michele T. September 10, 2017
Starbucks has been using these for their breakfast sandwiches for quite a awhile!
jodyb September 10, 2017
With a little ingenuity you can coax fillings to fit the croissant. My favorite is to pile a couple of slices of warm deli ham, a slice of good swiss cheese and a fluffy scrambled egg on a hot flaky croissant...A heavenly breakfast.
Sharon September 27, 2017
Umm...I think Jack In the Box calls this a Breakfast Jack. They've been serving them for decades. Yes, they are heavenly. I christened them my once-a-month treat way back in the 80's. Trust me, making them at home will NOT be an improvement. Put on a pot of coffee, then swoop in and pick up a few. Hurry back home, pour your coffee, put your feet up and enjoy this glorious breakfast along with the Sunday paper. It just doesn't get any better than that. It'll give lox & bagels a run for their money!
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