He looks sad, but this cheese pan croissant is our new best friend.

He looks sad, but this cheese pan croissant is our new best friend.

Sunday, 11:37 am, in a tracksuit under a city coat, you order too many pastries from the bakery. We don’t blame you, we’ve all been there. But on the other hand, this lonely half-moon that has sat for one day too long in its little paper bag, how to breathe life into it? After damaging it, knead it well in a pan with cheese to restore its oily sheen and crisp.

Cut the croissant in half with a serrated knife. Garnish with some mustard, cheese and ham. Close it and brown for 4-5 minutes on each side with a little oil in a skillet over medium heat, being careful to crush the animal well. Serve hot with a well seasoned green salad.

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