This recipe has only two ingredients – puff pastry and guava paste, an intensely flavored concoction, denser and more flavorful than jam or jelly. Serve with breakfast or as a snack!
Working gently but quickly, unfold the puff pastry sheet. Spread the guava paste evenly on the pastry sheet. (If you can't spread the guava paste, slice it in thin slices and lay on the puff pastry.)
Roll the two longer edges up and roll them inward like jelly rolls to meet in the middle. Dip your fingers in water and lightly dampen the pastry between the two rolls; then gently but firmly press the two rolls together along the seam.
Using a thin, sharp knife, cut the joined rolls crosswise into slices. Arrange the slices on an unoiled baking sheet.
Bake at 400 degrees F. for 20 minutes, until the pastries are puffed and golden. Transfer the Guava Pinwheels to a rack to cool.