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Pork and Mushroom Puff Pastry Rolls

Loreto April 3, 2019

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Pork and Mushroom Puff Pastry Rolls. I love entertaining and having people over. You could say I am a very social person and in this day and age of technology and texting I really miss that one on one or two on three conversations. Well, this appetizer or snack will definitely spark some food talk. Wonderful butter puff pastry meets succulent beautifully browned pork and mushrooms. It is a meal in one bite, one that will have your taste buds singing!

Song of the day: “Walking on the Moon” by The Police.

Pork and mushroom puff pastry rolls

[This post is sponsored by Mushrooms Canada. We’ve been compensated but -as always- all opinions are our own.]

Creativity is the spice of my life!

I love when we are asked to develop recipes with certain ingredients, add in some budgeting and ease and we have the perfect inspiration for my creative mind to sink into.

Today’s creation built on appetizers and so I came up with  Pork and Mushroom Puff Pastry Rolls!

Main ingredient, Mushrooms.

I absolutely love mushrooms, so coming up with a tasty recipe that features this amazing fungus was right up my alley.

I have used puff pastry quite a bit and when thinking about this recipe and trying to stretch ingredients to feed many, I thought of a cinnamon roll except it wasn’t a cinnamon roll it was a savory roll.

Browned ground pork, nice button top mushrooms, some sweet soft caramelized onions. My mouth is watering just thinking about it again!

There is nothing like the union of mushrooms with a great quality protein like this pork!

Pork and mushroom puff pastry rolls

I have said this many times, however I am going to say it again. Organization and doing the prep work makes cooking so much easier!

The tasks at hand:

  • Firstly, wash, dry, and chop mushrooms.
  • Secondly, cut up onions, mince garlic, shred herbs, arrange seasonings.

Pork and mushroom puff pastry rolls

  • Thirdly, start to saute onions in a cast pan.
  • Fourthly, saute ground pork with mushrooms, spices and seasoning.

Pork and mushroom puff pastry rolls

Let’s assemble:

  • Lastly, roll out puff pastry that has been brought to room temperature, fill with mushroom and onion mixure, roll, cut and place in muffin tin to bake.

Pork and mushroom puff pastry rolls

Some helpful hints:

To start off with, even though the puff pastry is buttery, I always butter the muffin tin. This will allow me to take the rounds out easier, and I have to say, it works.

Try to work quickly so the puff pastry does not get all gooey on you. I take the puff pastry out of the fridge just when I am sauteing the pork, mushrooms, and onions.

A good sharp knife will be needed to cut the section of rolls. I gently hold the roll while cutting the rolls out.

Pork and mushroom puff pastry rolls

Cheese please!

After putting the rolls in the tin I thought a good shredded Gouda would be good on these with some slivers of fresh sage, so I always follow my intuition and I have to tell you I am glad I did. Look at that crispy gooey melted Gouda. Does that not scream EAT ME?

Pork and mushroom puff pastry rolls

We eat with our eyes and nose first……….

I have to say, the aroma of the butter, those caramelized onions and garlic, the herbs, is heavenly. Visually so inviting with those buttery golden light flaky folds holding in all that savory splendor, as a result I have to have one I cannot resist anymore!

Pork and Mushroom Puff Pastry Rolls

Taste test………

Okay, OMG, that puff pastry is absolutely amazing! Light, buttery, flacky and oh so melt-in-your-mouth good. I love how the filling of the golden ground pork along with the mushrooms and onions are so enveloped in the crust of these Pork and Mushroom Puff Pastry Rolls. The pork is so flavorful, love the hits of the fresh cracked black pepper, and the oregano, rosemary, and sage are wonderful additions to the mix. The mushrooms are really the star of the show, so meaty, plump, and juicy with that unmistakable note! A perfect partner to many in this recipe!

Now let’s talk cheese. This melted crispy Gouda was just perfect to top this wonderful bundle of pure food joy! Crispy, buttery, and gooey at the same time, a perfect support to an already amazing cast of flavors and textures!

Final notes:

I really love entertaining and love the idea of appetizers giving guests options and diversity. Spring is in the air and I think a party is needed to shake the cobwebs of winter off our bodies. Let’s get back to the basics of conversation and physically enjoy sound and deliverance with our guests.

Spring has sprung and I am so so happy, the sun warmth and heat are my best friends, so glad we are reunited!

Call up friends and family, have a fun shopping excursion and come home to heat up that oven and create these Pork and Mushroom Puff Pastry Rolls!


Song of the day: “Walking on the Moon” by The Police.

Pork and mushroom puff pastry rolls

Pork and Mushroom Puff Pastry Rolls

  • Author: Loreto
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 hour 25 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 35 minutes
  • Yield: serves 6 1x
  • Category: appetizer/snack
  • Method: baking
  • Cuisine: International


Pork and Mushroom Puff Pastry Rolls. A delicious and amazing appetizer filled with succulent mushrooms, beautifully browned ground pork, and the sweetest caramelized onion heightened in flavor with an array of herbs and spices all wrapped up in a delectable flaky golden crisp buttery puff pastry topped with melted Gouda! Layer upon layer of flavor and texture as you pull apart the round resulting in a truly mouth watering experience! Enjoy!




  1. You may have some ground pork and mushrooms leftover, this can be used for something else like a sloppy Joe, or meat sauce of some kind.
  2. Use a favorite mushroom of yours if you want.
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Pork and mushroom puff pastry rolls

[This post is sponsored by Mushrooms Canada. We’ve been compensated but -as always- all opinions are our own.]

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    Reply Helene Goldnadel April 6, 2019 at 5:28 am

    This is an excellent recipe. Surely deserves a try.

    • Loreto
      Reply Loreto April 8, 2019 at 1:26 pm

      Thank you! I agree so worth a try!
      We would love to hear how you did and how you liked it!

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    Reply Denise@urbnspice April 9, 2019 at 8:45 am

    I adore appetizers of this type, Loreto! Pork and mushrooms are such great partners. Add to that some lovely Gouda and a flaky buttery crust – you have a winner, for sure! I look forward to trying your wonderful recipe. Happy spring, Loreto and Nicoletta! ❤️

    • Loreto
      Reply Loreto April 10, 2019 at 7:00 am

      Thank you Denise. Such lovely words that are so greatly appreciated by Nicoletta and I. I am very proud of this recipe, also enjoyed it immensely. The flavors were spot on and as you described it perfect partnering of flavors. Thanks again. Let us know how you made out with this recipe. really curious to hear!
      Cheers and happy cooking week!

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    Reply Terri April 10, 2019 at 5:26 am

    I know what you mean about missing the conversations! We seem to have replaced real social interaction with this pseudo virtual interaction and try to convince ourselves it’s the same thing. Anyway, this is an amazing looking and sounding appetizer. I am mushroom crazy so I just love the whole idea of it! Mmmm…

    • Loreto
      Reply Loreto April 10, 2019 at 7:04 am

      Thank you Terri, also such beautiful and wise words. I agree we were created with senses why omit any of them, I think it takes away from the human experience, however that is only my opinion. I am one to agree to disagree to keep the peace. So if technology is working for you and it brings you balance, I can’t argue with that. For me I need the full human experience! Thanks again Terri sure hope you get to try these they are mind blowing good!
      Happy cooking!

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