Why does puff pastry always come two to a package? It's either impossible to defrost one sheet without the other or, if you can manage to pull them apart, the unused sheet just ends up with freezer burn. Is it a ploy by the manufacturers to get you to buy more? Or is the assumption that you're only pulling out the puff pastry for company ("someone better than us" as my brother defines it), and thus will need two sheets?
What if you just have a puff pastry craving yourself with no company in sight? What else is there to do but to cook with them both?
Puff Pastry #1 - Spinach and Feta with olive oil and oregano
Puff Pastry #2 - Apples, Honey and Cinnamon
Overall, pretty tasty. OK, there was a slight mishap with burning honey - I swear I'll attempt to clean that pan soon. But other than that, it was a super easy (and delicious) dinner.