Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Potato Curry Puffs 马铃薯咖喱角

This is a simple, easy to make snack which I saw it at Anncoo blog. I make some adjustments to the ingredients by adding minced pork and dried shrimps as requested by mum. 

Curry Puffs is a very common snack where you can find it at most of the food stores. This recipe is easy as I don't have to knead any dough and all I need is the ready bought Puff Pastry. 






Recipe Source: Anncoojournal  (with minor adjustments) 
                                               
Ingredients: makes 20 

     1 packet Frozen puff pastry, (only need large 5 pieces) thaw pastry in chiller for few hours before        use
     450g Potato
     3 tbsp Curry powder
     4-5 tbsp Milk
     1 large Onion, chopped
     1 tsp Sugar
     3/4tsp Salt to taste
     1tsp Chicken powder ( I did not add this)

     Additional ingredients: 100g Minced Pork , 30g Dried Shrimps (pounded). 2 Hard Boiled                                                 Eggs, chopped chilli and Parsley                                                   
    1 beaten egg

 Methods:
  • Wash potatoes and peel skin. Cut into cube. 
  • Add enough oil in wok, use medium heat fry onion and curry powder till fragrant.
  • Add the Dried Shrimp and fried till fragrant followed by the minced pork.
  • Add  potatoes together with the seasoning and milk, stir fry well. Dish up potato filling and leave to cool.
  • Place puff pastry sheet on a lightly floured table top and use a pizza cutter to cut pastry sheet into 4 equal square sheets.
  • Put potato filling (about 1 to 1.5 tablespoon)  on pastry sheet ,leaving enough border so that it can be folded over and sealed.
  • Egg wash the border and fold the edges together. Then use fork press down the edges to seal the border. Place the potato puffs on a lined baking tray and egg wash the tops of each puff..
  • Bake at preheated oven at 200C for about 25-30 minutes or until golden brown.
                                                     
I am submitting this post to the event, Little Thumbs up organised by
 Doreen from my little favourite DIY and Bake for Happy Kids,
 hosted by Jasline from Foodie Baker  

10 comments:

Ann Low said...

Hi Cecilia, Your curry puffs look yummy with so much ingredients in it. Anymore left? :D

Zoe said...

Hi Cecilia,

Your curry puffs look so yummy! Have to make more to feed more hungry people like me :p

Zoe

Cecilia Yap said...

Tks Ann...I make quite a lot and there are still some in the freezer..

Cecilia Yap said...

Hi Zoe, normally I will make extras...so no worries I have alot to offered you..

Esther Lau said...

Hi cecilia, i like your curry puff with hard boiled eggs, simply delicious!!!!

Cecilia Yap said...

Tks Esther...I had 2 for breakfast...

Edith C said...

Ya I saw Ann's too and was tempted but too lazy to go buy puff pastry. Looks yummy for tea time.

mui mui said...

Hi Cecilia,
These simple curry puff are great for tea or supper :p
Thanks for sharing this to LTU.
mui

Cecilia Yap said...

Edith...yummy and simple to make too...save the hassle of kneading the dough..

Cecilia Yap said...

Hi mui mui, the foe dropping by...these are great for snacks...