Sunday, May 12, 2013

Food in Process: curry triangle puff

Ah, puff pastry, how I love you! This versatile piece of pastry allows
you endless dishes such as sweet or savory flavors! Today I'm 
showing you guys how to make this easy 'curry triangle puff' which
is a popular appetizer in Asia.

I'm drooling over my keyboard as I'm writing this post. You can
deep-fry them as well, but I prefer baking. I remember my mum used to
make these at home as well. So mum, this is for you!
Happy Mothers Day!

How did you celebrate Mothers Day?

Da Recipe: 10 instant pastry sheets1 chicken breast filet, green peas, 1 tbsp. curry powder1 tbsp. turmeric powder, 1 tbsp. soy sauce, pinch of salt & pepper, potato starch, water, 1 onion, little bit of milk (for brushing)

Sauce: 1 tbsp curry, 1 tbsp soy sauce, pepper, tsp. sugar, 100ml water (mix them up)

I've used 2 chicken breast for this and it was way too much! Half of the meat we used it for supper and as
sidedish for our noodles/ramen. Yum!

Easy as making apple-turnovers c: 



 Da Steps: 
  1. Chop the meat into cubes/bite-size and season it with the curry, turmeric, soy sauce, potato starch, salt and pepper and mix it well.
  2. Heat the pan with oil and fruit the diced onion. Add the sauce, green peas and the seasoned curry meat. Stir fry them. until they are cooked (around 5. min). Thicken the sauce by adding the potato starch mixed up with water.
  3. Set aside the curry meat and let it cool down for like 30 minutes. Get your pastry sheets ready. 
  4. Pre-heat the oven from this point. Take a spoonful of the curry filling and place it in the center. Fold it from edge to edge. Press with a fork to close the line. Continue with the rest of the sheets! 
  5. When that is done, brush the top with milk. This will create a brown baked top. 
  6. Place the triangles on a bake tin covered in baking paper. 
  7. Bake 200° Celsius for 20 minutes. Good luck! 


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49 comments :

  1. oh the food looks so delicious!:) happy mothers day!

    www.lorietta.cz

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  2. wow looks yum! i'll have to try this out at some point

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  3. I love puff pastry or pastry of any kind for that matter :) thanks for sharing this recipe! i ought to try it sometime. Today is mother's day here in the USA. Not sure of the exact plans yet but probably something chill with the family :] have a great day mei <3

    Joyce @ carouselstreet.com

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  4. This looks sooo good!
    Damn I'm HUNGRY haha!

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  5. yummyyyy :D make some for me please hahaha ='D

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  6. omaah! looks so good <3

    http://japobsganbare.blogspot.com/

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  7. This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  8. this looks amazing! i love triangle puffs...only really had them with char sui in but definitely going to try these out! love anything with curry in! thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  9. Looking so nyummyyy... Maybe i will try someday to making thus.

    Http://sabrinamaida.blogspot.com

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  10. Yummy!! :)



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  11. I think I ate something similar lately in a chinese restaurant but your version looks so much tastier!! Great recipe, thanks for sharing^^

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  12. That looks so good and easy to make! I definitely want to try making these with my parents.

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  13. This looks really good! I've been meaning to try out some new curry recipes, and this is perfect! :D

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  14. Oh my! I just wanna eat up the screen of my computer!
    Such a great dish, I need to try it!

    xx

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  15. Oh yam! this looks so gooooooood!

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  16. Looks tasty! I love sweet puffs, but I'm starting to like savory ones too.

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  17. the food look so delicious...
    would you like to follow each other?

    kristinateo.blogspot.com

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  18. Looks very good my dear! I'd pay for that.

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  19. Snap this looks soooo good! I love curry and chicken and puff pastry so this is like the perfect food haha.

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  20. and that just made me hungry,
    well we didn't actualy celebrate it we just greeted my mom haha

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  21. omgoodness... the pictures are making my mouth water.. i love curry-anything! this seems so simple to make too. thanks for the recipe :)

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  22. Oh my! This looks soo yummy! I've been wanting to try puffs forever, maybe I'll try this recipe?

    xx

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  23. Mm, this is making me crave curry so bad. I gotta try this out sometime! Looks super delish.

    -Char
    charsd.blogspot.com

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  24. You, my friend, need to fly over here and make me food!! :P

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  25. great blog!!! do you want that we follow each other?? xoxo

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  26. looks delicious! the filing made me gulp!

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  27. Mmm, this looks delicious!
    Such a simple recipe too - thanks for sharing!

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  28. Thanks for leaving such a darling comment on my blog!
    Oh man, don't even make me start on puff pastry...heaven!

    Have the best week ever,
    -Kati

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  29. OMG! this looks so good, i have to try this one! i just made a keema puffs last night too so im really excited about this recipe. thanks for sharing
    Delightful Ideas

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  30. Oh yummy, these curry puffs look delicious!!

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  31. Oh sweetie that looks really delicious.
    I want try this recipe many thanks for share,
    Lovely recipe looks so good.

    www.sakuranko.com

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  32. I love curry puffs and yours looks so scrumptious!

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  33. This looks so incredibly yummy! I love chicken with curry :)
    Already downloaded the recipe.

    xx, V

    itsthevworld.blogspot.com

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  34. Yum these look delicious...and relatively easy to make! Definitely going to try my hand at these :) Thanks for sharing!

    x Gi
    alibimag.blogspot.com

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  35. Oh ziet er heel lekker uit, krijg er spontaan honger van! Haha

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  36. I've just had breakfast and now I want to eat again, looks delicious!

    x Sam

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  37. This looks fabulous, I love puff pastry in basically all forms.

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  38. this looks soo goood!!hi dear! thank you for the comment on my blog, I'm a new follower and I'd love it if you followed back :D

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  39. Wow there look incredible !! I might wanna try to do them some day soon :-)

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  40. omg, these look so overly delicious ^.^gotta try making them sometimes toooo

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  41. That looks so good. I can even hear the crispiness just by looking at these photos..

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  42. I haven't eaten yet and looking at your pictures was a bad idea. It looks so freaking delicious and makes me so hungry! Haha.

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  43. I looooove curry!
    Actually I ate pastries two days ago but just normal ones. But maybe I'll make these some day.
    I also want to try if fruit pastries will be nice, mango pastries mmmm!

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  44. Looks like Samosa.... *drools*

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