Monday, June 24, 2013

Spicy Turn-overs/Potato Turn-overs

This is an interesting puff pastry recipe. Instead of just folding and baking the puffs, I tried some kinda twist. Everyone loves the food which is appealing to the eyes, right?! :) 

Ingredients
Puff pastry sheets 
Potato Stuffing or Your favorite stuffing
Milk-2tablespoons
Dry flour - to roll out the pastry sheet

Method
Thaw the pastry sheet as per its instructions. [Usually it takes about 30 to 45 minutes for the sheet to come to the room temperature]
Prepare the stuffing according your taste. Here I have used simple potato curry as a stuffing. 

Slightly roll the pastry sheets with rolling pin, with the help of the dry flour. Keep the rolling pin in the middle of the sheet and fold it. With a sharp knife, cut the folded part into thin stripes. 
Open the sheet carefully, separate the stripes and arrange the stuffing. Brush little water on the edges of the stripes, seal the edges in the opposite direction. Finally brush the milk on the turn overs. 
[REFER HERE & HERE for the pictorial of the turn-overs]

Preheat the oven to 425F, bake the turn-overs for about 20 minutes or till they turn nice golden color. 
Flaky and delicious spicy turnovers are ready to serve. Serve with ketch-up and hot tea to make your evenings special! 

15 comments:

  1. I loved your twist! it is really appealing

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  2. Wow! naan unga pakkththu veedaga irukkakuudathaa? arumai.

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  3. its really interesting recipe dear..

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  4. very tempting puffs made beautifully...

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  5. very cute and tempting..yummy ! and hey ! feel free to drop by my space too when you get the time. just posted on some handy parenting tips to "sane motherhood" on my "pick quicks" blog. Hope you will be a follower there as well. lets stay connected, beyond the kitchen.

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  6. mahi arumai super ...kalakkureenga . koini

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  7. Yummy and easy way to use up left over potato masala. love that braided bread.
    Do drop in sometime to mine
    http://aathidhyam.blogspot.in/

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  8. Very attractive and prefect evening snacks..loving it.

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