I'm making these delicious puff pastry bites. Any way I can make them the day ahead and reheat without them tasting stale? (BTW I can't recommend these highly enough. They smell amazing and are beyond yummy)http://www.tablefortwoblog...
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Puff pastry is known to sog on me, so I'd probably make the onion mixture in advance and then day of just cut the puff, add topping, and bake.
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