Baked armen stuffed with pear and ham with french fries

Ermine bread is an excellent appetizer, but you can also serve it with a side dish as a dinner. The delicate taste of the cheese is complemented by a stronger filling, in this case the sweet and honeyed pear combines beautifully with the salty, dried ham. The crunchy nuts provide extra structure and a side dish is not to be missed, we opted for the oven-baked potatoes.

preparation process

  1. Preheat the oven to 200°C.

  2. Cut an armenian seal lengthwise and brush two halves with honey (don’t add too much honey, it will ooze and burn). Place thin slices of pear on one half of the seed furring, sprinkle with the nuts, and finally top the whole thing with two more slices of dried ham and top with the other half of the seed fur. Repeat with other types of cheese.

  3. Coat the outside of the mooncakes with oil and wrap them individually in aluminum foil.

  4. Pour the fried potatoes onto the tray and spread them in a single layer so they don’t overlap.

  5. Leave the bottom rack in the oven free for the roasting pan with the furring, place the tray with the fries on the top rack and bake according to the instructions on the package. Put the flasks in the oven for the last ten minutes.

  6. You can also easily prepare potatoes on the grill (or in a sandwich maker) while baking potatoes in the oven.

  7. Drizzle the fur on the plate with liquid honey and serve it with french fries immediately after baking.

Also try the recipe for Dutch steaks with cheese according to our video tutorial

You can find the full recipe here here

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