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(NAPSA) - A popular dish the world over is dough stuffed with meat, cheese and vegetables.
Whether you fry, steam or bake, call it a wonton, pelmeni, kreplach, kromme, pierogi, samosa, rellena or anything else, you probably also call it delicious. What's more, dumpling as an appetizer, main dish or dessert is easy to make, easy to carry and a delight to eat.
Jarlsberg Half-Moon Empanadas
Roll out dough and cut out 20 4-inch rounds.
Preheat oven to 400 F. Place 2 tablespoons filling (two choices below) in center of 4-inch round. With wet fingers, moisten inside edges of dough and gently stretch over filling to make half-moon shape. Using fork tines, crimp edges to seal. Bake empanadas on parchment-lined cookie sheet, about 14 - 16 minutes, or until golden light brown. Serve warm.
In bowl, mix together potato with cumin, chilies, salt, garlic, green onion and cheese.
In bowl, mix together chorizo and chicken with potato, cheese, parsley, salt and pepper, to taste.
A mild part-skim-milk cheese rich in calcium and protein, Jarlsberg has a buttery, rich texture with mild flavor. For more recipes, tips and entertaining ideas, visit www.norseland.com.
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