Thursday, July 7, 2011

Sweet Turn-overs/Apple & Coconut Turn-overs

Yesterday I wanted to make some quick teatime snacks, but not in mood to do spend lot of time in the kitchen. Having a pastry sheet in the freezer is always handy to make easy evening snacks (of course,if you are not calorie conscious! ;)),right? I had some sheets, and here is the recipe.

Being lazy I just omitted the savoury stuffing part as it includes cutting,frying,cooking..ufff!! :-| :-|

Suddenly I noticed the sweetened coconut flakes sitting silently in a corner of the fridge! With that and few raisins-cashews, stuffing was ready! Still some of pastry sheet was remaining, and DH was also home! He gave me the idea to stuff some apples.

Wash and chop (half of) an apple, toss it with a pinch of salt, a teaspoon of sugar and all purpose flour..that's it, done!

Slightly roll the pastry sheets with rolling pin. Keep the rolling pin in the middle, fold the sheet. With a sharp knife, cut it into stripes. Open it, Spread it back, arrange the stuffing. Brush little water on the edges and carefully seal the edges in the opposite direction. Finally brush little milk on the turnovers.

Pre heat the oven to 450F, bake the turnovers for 15 to 17 minutes.Yummy sweet turnovers are ready!
For the apple turnovers you can add some lime juice and zest with the apples(I didn't do it this time.) Cut the turnovers into desired shape pieces and serve.

This bridal pattern will sure be pleasing to eyes and a party hit! You can just fold the pastry sheets as such. In anyway, turnovers will be yummy! :P :P

22 comments:

  1. looks soooo yummy and inviting...

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  2. Omg, simply irresistible and droolworthy..

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  3. Inviting pictures .. looks so yummy too.

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  4. Yum, that looks delicious and mouth watering :)

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  5. Perfect n delish ....looks just so yum ...

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  6. so awesome.. thats a super cool idea..

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  7. Looks so inviting. Quite innovative..

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  8. Have always wanted to make these.. The twists look so good Mahi! Yummy snack..

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  9. no egg pastry sheets kidaikaaradhe illai mahi... so ungaloda receipe veruma paarkka mattum thaan mudiyum. hmmmmmm...... ( peru moochchu ketkudhaa )

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  10. Loved the fruity stuffing... Looks yum... Thanks for stopping by dear...
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  11. Different recipe and looks really yummy Mahi..intha maathiri postu mela postu pottukittu iruntha eppadithaanga comment podurathu?? Time paththa maattenguthu!!

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  12. That sweet empanadas stuffed I love her, look very tempting big hugs.

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  13. Looks amazing,mouthwatering and healthy sweet turnovers.

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  14. Mahi, they have come out perfect. Lovely stuffing ingredients ... I've made this before with the apple stuffing, but coconut stuffing sounds good too :)

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  15. aaha- this is good one Mahi- nice name too !

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