I love this recipe as it easily fits into the quick and easy category and is a definite crowd pleaser amongst the young and old. I have always made chicken pinwheels using an yeast dough, which is more of a little pizza, and is always a hit with the kids. These pastry pinwheels are far easier to make because you can buy the puff pastry from your supermarket, instead of preparing a dough, and they taste way better due to the buttery crunchy pastry. It is important to use a good quality butter puff pastry in order to achieve a delicious result.
The secret to these delicious pinwheels is the creamy tomato spread, which adds a rich zesty flavour. You could play around with different fillings and toppings, to suit your family’s tastebuds.
These pinwheels would be ideal served hot as an appetizer or at room temperature as a light lunch option for an outdoor picnic.