Monday, June 9, 2008

Weekend Snapshot #4..Curry Puffs.















This weekend I made for my boys their favorite snacks...that is curry puffs. This lovely puffs with a little spicy taste of curry powder will never fail to whet anyone's appetite and it will disappear as fast as soon as it is out of the oven........

p.s. I have a recipe on how to make this easy puffs here. Can be improvise with sardines or tuna instead of meat.........


18 comments:

Kok said...

sweetjasmine,
How come your curry puff is squarish one? hehe.But looking at it, I'm craving for curry puff already...must go find one tomorrow:D

Carver said...

The curry puffs look great.

molly said...

Hi Jasmine, I tried before, but the side dont stick. How did you do it so well. I apply water to make it stick, is that the right way?

little inbox said...

Oooo...not the traditional style curry puff ler.

Sweet Jasmine said...

Kok - Hi, Kok...this one I use the puff pastry bought from supermarket..that comes in square so just fold and bake...easy yah..?

Actually I want to made own pastry but my fridge run out of butter
or shorteninig ..so have to use this..
My pleated half moon ones will be up next when I get the butter...
You go and enjoy yr curry puff til cukup-cukup....

See you googling at my puffs when you should be in bed..*smile*

Sweet Jasmine said...

Carver - Thanks for being here...
These are easy to made and taste equally good. Another pleated version of homemade pastry will be up next when I get to made it...

Have a nice weekend.

Sweet Jasmine said...

molly - Hi, molly..I do not used any water for this puff pastry...just defrost it and when soften, put fillings on one side and fold over and press the edges first neatly with fingers making sure the fillings are tuck in nicely and then press with the tine of a fork.....
If I made my own pastry from scratch I wet the edges with water before pleating.

Sweet Jasmine said...

little inbox - Hi,..this is the easy one for busy bloggers like me..ha.ha.

I will make the traditional ones one of these days...so check it out here often.

genny said...

Oh thats pretty good of yours and also teh recipe...Yummy happy WS!

eastcoastlife said...

Oh great! I love flaky puff pastry. Thanks for the recipe. I shall make them when Jaymes is better. :)

Sweet Jasmine said...

genny - Hi, thks for visiting...this is really good..I only get to eat one puff...the rest finish by by hungry boys..

Sweet Jasmine said...

eastcoastlife - yeah..make some for your boy...just be easy on the curry powder....

New Kid on the Blog said...

I was about to comment not the traditional curry puff... hahahaha... Little Inbox had commented already.

Beachlover said...

oh!! you make the flaky puff which I like!!.It's always seem failure to me when I want to make my puff spiral.Look really good.

Sweet Jasmine said...

new kid on the block -Everybody eager to see some traditional curry puff...will not have to wait long...I have some left over fillings and will be making them as soon as I get hold of my butter and flour ingredients....

Dora said...

I love curry puffs with a lot of potatoes inside!

Health Freak Mommy said...

Ooo, I love curry puffs with puffed pastry. Must come to your house to savour ur home baked pastries and food one day!

Kess & Her Mama said...

Your boys are so blessed to have such a great mum. When's the new oven coming in?