Thursday, April 23, 2009

Egg Puffs N Vegetable Puffs

Puffs, when i tasted first time while i was schooling in India i didnt liked puffs much..i never choosed puffs whenever we go to bakeries, but once i came here i really started missing our bakery visits coz its was quite hard to find our Indian stuffs here..nowadays everything has been changed, Gare du nord/La chapelle in Paris have now loads of bakeries and sweet stalls (similar to Little India in Singapore)the fabulous place where u can find all Indian dishes, groceries etc , now we dont miss any indian dishes rite now..when i was a learning cooking i thought making puffs at home was a hard task for novices like me, i never ever thought that puffs are quite easier if u have puff pastry sheets, which turns ur puffs prefect as u buy in shops..Now i do prepare puffs within few minutes with puff pastry sheets and here comes puffs with eggs and mixed vegetable...Egg puffs goes to Event for Eggs by Sudeshna of Here I Cook..


1no Puff Pastry Sheet

For Egg Masala:
4nos Eggs
1no Onion (chopped)
1tsp Garlic-ginger paste
1/4tsp Fennel seed powder
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/4tsp Garam masala powder
Salt
Oil

For Vegetable Masala:
1no Cooked potatoes cubes
1cup Mixed vegetables pieces (carrot, green beans, green peas)
(all other ingredients as same as for egg masala)

Heat enough oil in a kadai and add the chopped onion, ginger garlic paste and fennel seed powder, saute everything for few minutes, until the raw smell disappears..cut the eggs as two pieces and add the egg pieces to the kadai with red chilly powder and garam masala powder and salt, toss gently and keep the flame in simmer, springle few drops of water and cook until the masala gets well coated to the egg pieces..keep aside and let them cool..Preheat the oven at 300F,Cut the puff pastry sheet as triangles, place the egg masala in the centre of the pastry sheet, just join the three ends of the pastry sheet..arrange the unbaked puffs on a baking sheet and bake for 20-25minutes..Just enjoy the egg puffs hot!


Just follow as same as egg puffs, while adding egg pieces u need to add vegetables except the potato pieces and saute everything for a while and add finally the cooked cubes potatoes..cooking the vegetables and baking the vegetable puffs are same as egg masala!!

Enjoy egg r vegetable puffs with hot tea r coffee!

34 comments:

  1. Puffs look lovely, great combination too :)

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  2. puffs look yummy!!!
    I do eat these occasionally,bcoz of its high oil content...We dont get puff pastries to make it healthier at home....:)

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  3. Puff pastry is one good thing u get there....Puffs looks yummy...

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  4. 2 different puffs in 2 different shapes wow they look great and yum!!!

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  5. Oooh am drooling over them.. While i was in india, after office hours i used to regularly go to neighbourhood bakery and munch this Egg puffs regularly. Here, i miss them..! Ur's make me crave more dear!

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  6. both puffs are inviting dear...yummy

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  7. You didn't like puffs when you were young, i adored them and when ever i got a chance i used to buy it from the bakers.
    I am lad you like puffs now and this looks so so yummy delicous.

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  8. Love puffs any time along with filter coffee. Yumm

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  9. Puff pastry is a God send for quick snacks, Egg puffs looks mouthwatering! :)

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  10. wow! enery queen ..looking very crunchy ..i just love this.Thanks soo much

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  11. Unga enna kathrikka kuzhambae nakku oora vachidichi..ipoo intha puff veraya?? Look's so Great!

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  12. They look delicious dear, I too made puffs this weekend but I made squared one, I should try out with your filling this time :)

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  13. Puff looks great and yummy! Wonderful snack!

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  14. Yummy puffs Priya..Delicious snack..

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  15. thatz gorgeous .. been ages since I had these

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  16. Even i miss the bakery visits..as a kid the puffs were something i always looked into..yummy and filling..
    looks great Priya

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  17. I miss bakery egg puff.. love the flavour..

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  18. yuuuuuuumy my hot fav. priya looks so tempting mmmmmmmm my mouth is full of water he he

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  19. Hi priya,
    We don't get pastry sheets here :( so have to go through the long procedure of making the whole thing from the scratch...wouldn't have so much patience...neways both the puffs look mouth watering :) perfect for tea time.
    TC

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  20. I have this pasty sheet at home,will do ur recipe.
    Since morning i was not able open ur blog:(

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  21. Lovely puffs Priya....Yeah, they r easy when we make them with pastry sheets....my fav. snack.

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  22. plate a apdiye inga konjam pass pannu priya.

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  23. Wow!The puffs are awesome..esp the egg puffs..Plz pass me a plate too!

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  24. Best tea time snack in the world...you know, love it.

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  25. Could have puffs anytime...they look so tempting.

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  26. I used to have egg puffs daily from a Iyengar bakery when I was a kid. Love 'em sooo much! Awesome job Priya! :)

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  27. Always love them..any day any time..:)

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  28. Both the puffs look crispy. I am a great fan of puffs. urs tempt me more:)

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