When I think of my childhood, I think of these. My mom used to make these warm, cheesy, Ahhh-mazing pastry/turnover things. We never came up with a name for them but anyone in our household knew what we were talking about. I like them anytime of year with a veggie or salad, but warm out of the oven on a snow day, there’s nothing better.
These are super easy to make. What you’ll need:
-Turkey, I use oven roasted or honey smoked.
– Swiss Cheese
– Mushrooms (fresh)
– Black Olives
– Hot Water
Begin by making the dough, let rise for 30 minutes. While the dough is rising, slightly sauté the mushrooms on a skillet with butter and garlic. Kneed the dough and Roll out on a floured surface. Then slice into sections. Melt butter and garlic, and spread over the sections. Pile on the turkey, swiss, mushrooms and olives. Fold and seal the sides. I like to rub a little flour on the outside of the dough and brush garlic butter on the areas that you have sealed.
Cook at 350 for 25-30 minutes or until they are browned on the surface.