Friday, December 9, 2011

Peas & Paneer Masala Puffs

Its been a long i prepared puffs at home,for  making this delicious  puffs i went as always for store bought puff pastry sheets and simply prepared a quick masala with frozen greenpeas,grated paneer and cooked potatoes with usual spices, this puffs turns out super prefect and simply delicious to enjoy without any hesitation for an evening snacks..My teddies just enjoyed having this delicious and mildly spicy puffs with a bowl of warm milk for their snacks which was quite filling and super satisfying for their snacks after they came back from school..I simply served these puffs with a cup of ginger tea to me and my better half,we just loved it.


1no Puff Pastry sheet
1/2cup Frozen green peas (thawed)
1/2cup Grated paneer
1no Potato (cooked & mashed)
1no Onion (chopped)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2tsp Ginger garlic paste
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
Few chopped coriander leaves
1/2tsp Fennel seeds (crushed)
Salt
Oil

Heat enough oil in a pan, fry the crushed fennel seeds, add immediately the chopped onions,chopped green chillies and ginger garlic paste,saute until the raw smell goes away,add the thawed greenpeas,salt,red chilly powder,garam masala powder and saute until the veggies gets slightly cooked, add now the cooked mashed potatoes,grated paneer,cook everything in simmer until the masala turns thick..

Preheat the oven to 350F..roll the puff pastry sheet dusted with flour as a rectangle, using a cookie cutter cut them as 8 circles.

Place enough masala  in a circle and close it with an another circle, press the edges with a fork, arrange them over a baking sheet lined over a baking tray, finish the remaining puff pastry circles as the same way and bake for 20-25minutes in middle rack until the crust turns golden brown..

Serve hot with milk or with a cup of tea..

49 comments:

  1. that looks so perfect and yummy. Its been a while i too had veg puff..

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  2. Puff looks so crunchy and perfectly baked.

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  3. You always make me so nostalgic for India, we spent five great years in New Delhi! I miss the people and the food!

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  4. excellent recipe. thanks for sharing.
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  5. I used to have it in college canteen..But this one is very hygienic..Nice veg puff :)

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  6. wow...that looks perfect n yummy ! loved it !

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  7. Its tea-time here, these puffs makes me hungry!!!!

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  8. Its tea-time here, these puffs makes me hungry!!!!

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  9. What a gorgeous veg puff , I wish I could have a taste of them....I am sure ur kids loved them priya:)

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  10. yummy puffs! can't get these readymade sheets anywhere nearby! :| love the stuffing..

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  11. yummm!! Do you have recipe of egg puffs in your blog. I want to know how to make that.

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  12. lovely colors..perfectly baked puffs..

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  13. Puffs are my favorite. They are making me hungry now.

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  14. thats looks perfect n yummy puffs!!!

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  15. super duper Masala Puffs. Yumm

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  16. Same here it is ages ago i made them too and this looks so so good.

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  17. Ginger tea and these puffs what a lovely combo Priya, perfect for this cold weather.

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  18. very flavourful puffs. My favorite combination Paneer and puffs :)

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  19. LOVE puffs and that filling sounds fabulous.

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  20. 17 lakhs of visitors...I am really fainting here...Wish u many more visitors to have.Puffs luks stunning..

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  21. What a beautiful Puffs looks crisp and yummy.....

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  22. Puff with ginger tea...AAha...What a combination!!I too used to bake puffs in round pattern most of the time than square shape.

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  23. Last Time I had veggie puff was in India...Been so long now..This one looks very delicious for sure..
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  24. Yumm Yumm Yumm, Mouthwatering Priya

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  25. I am a big fan of puffs when visiting India I have these every other day so you can guess how much I love these and this version of yours is making me want for some but sadly I am out of puff pastry.

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  26. That should be spicy and cheesy!

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  27. De petits feuilletés bien garnis.
    Ils doivent être délicieux.
    A très bientôt

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  28. looking good....perfect for a cold wintery day!!!

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  29. looks perfect dear. Feels like grabbing some..

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  30. This sounds really delicious. I have book marked it. I think it would make a great appetizer too:)

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  31. Puffs are my fav and always love to have varieties and this is a superb combo.

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  32. very perfect puff priya. ippavee saappidanum poola irukku

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  33. Your puffs look perfectly crunchy and flaky

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  34. Perfect and yummy .Love to have it with a cup of tea

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  35. Puffs look perfect Priya!!!Love the filling!!!!

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  36. Quiet a filling snack.Healthy and tasty filling.

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  37. Nice combo of veggie for the puffs and the puffs look awesome. Thx for linking.

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