Desayunos: Rollo de Hojaldre con Jamon y Queso
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Desayunos: Rollo de Hojaldre con Jamon y Queso

Por Kiwilimón - Enero 2012
Delicioso rollo de hojaldre relleno de jamon y queso. Esta receta les gustara a todos, niños y adultos y es muy sencilla de preparar. Para ver más detalles e imágenes de recetas, haz click aquí.

Ingredientes

  • 250 Gramos de Pasta de hojaldre comprada
  • Huevo
  • 1 Cucharada de Agua
  • 1/4 Kilo de Jamón de pavo
  • 1/4 Kilo de Jamón
  • 1 Taza de Queso cheddar rallado
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