Quick Vegetable Puff Recipe (Indian Curry Puff)


Quick Vegetable Puff Recipe (Indian Curry Puff) : crispy, buttery and flakey in every bite and stuffed with a delicious vegetable curry filling. They are quintessential for your festive or gameday parties. Made using Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry, they are ready in 30 minutes.

curry-puff-recipeThese ‘Quick Vegetable Puff Recipe (Indian Curry Puff)’ are a MUST at our home especially in festivals or on a gameday. I’ve been making them for ages with different filling but everytime, there is one ingredient that’s never changed – Puff Pastry Sheets”. They are an absolute MUST for this flakey-crispy warm delectable bite and comes out looking perfect everytime. quick-vegetable-puff-easyInfact, they are a popular ‘street-snack’ in India and an absolute MUST in school/office cafeteria. In many Indian homes, it’s the perfect companion to a hot pipping cup of tea/coffee and can easily munch on 2-3 of them at a sitting. These ‘puffs’ are also famous for it’s crispy buttery layers which looks almost impossible to achieve while making them at home and that’s why these ‘Puff Pastry Sheets’ are a must for these ‘Quick Vegetable Puff Recipe (Indian Curry Puff)‘.indian-vegetable-puff-recipeOnce, you have the ‘Puff Pastry Sheets’, then all you need the mixed vegetable filling and you’re good to go. Just thaw and cut the sheets in desired size/shape, add the filling inside, wrap and bake. Serve them as soon as they are made for that extra crispy feel. I usually serve them with tomato ketchup or green chutney.puff-pastry-recipesThis festive season, surprise your loved ones with these homemade ‘Quick Vegetable Puff Recipe (Indian Curry Puff)’ or make them for a fun gameday appetizer.quick-vegetable-puff-recipe1
Here’s a quick tutorial on How we made these ‘Quick Vegetable Puff Recipe (Indian Curry Puff)’:vegetable-puff-pastry-process-photo

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Yields 12 Puffs

Quick Vegetable Puff Recipe (Indian Curry Puff)

15 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

30 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

1 Packet Puff Pastry Sheets

4 Tbsp Milk

1 Tsp Butter - melted

1/4 Cup Water - to seal the edges of the puff

1 Tbsp Fresh Cilantro - chopped - for decoration

Vegetable Filling ::

3 Tbsp Olive Oil - any light vegetable oil can be used

1 Medium Onion - thinly chopped

1/2 Cup Peas - frozen or fresh

1/2 Cup Carrots - thinly chopped in square size

1/2 Cup Green Beans - thinly chopped

1/2 Cup Green Capsicum - thinly chopped

3 Medium Boiled Potatoes - thinly chopped

2 Tbsp Fresh Coriander

Spices ::

1 Tsp Cumin

1 Tsp Curry Powder - homemade or store bought

Instructions

  1. In a small bowl, add milk, butter and mix together (keep aside).
  2. Heat a non-stick pan and add oil.
  3. Now add cumin powder, onions and saute till onions turn golden brown (takes 2-3 minutes).
  4. Add all the other vegetables except potatoes and saute for a minute.
  5. Cover the vegetables and let them cook for 7 minutes on low heat. (saute every 2 minutes).
  6. Finally add the boiled potatoes, curry powder, mango powder, saute everything together and cook for another 2 minutes.
  7. Turn off the heat and cool the mixture slightly.
  8. Preheat the oven at 410 Farenheit.
  9. Take the thawed but cold Puff Pastry Sheets and cut them into sqaures (see tutorial pic).
  10. Add 1tbsp of filling in the center and fold the remaining side over it (I've created triangle, rectangle and open face).
  11. Brush each wrapped pastry with milk+butter mixture (you can use eggs too) and crimp the edges with a fork. (seal the pastry).
  12. Bake for 15 minutes (keep an eye as all oven are different).
  13. Server Hot with favorite ketchup or chutney.
Cuisine: Indian | Recipe Type: Appetizer , Snack
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Calories
174 cal
Fat
14 g
Carbs
10 g
Protein
2 g


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13 Replies to "Quick Vegetable Puff Recipe (Indian Curry Puff)"

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    SunnyDaysNora October 5, 2016 (1:50 pm)
    Ohmygoodness these look delicious!! What a great idea!
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    Coco in the Kitchen October 5, 2016 (4:43 pm)
    What a yummy idea! I'm going to make these for my lunch!
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    Just Jo October 8, 2016 (11:18 am)
    Oh YES! I love this idea Molly - I always have some of my homemade puff pastry in the freezer and I am a freak for all things Indian so these have to be made very soon. In fact, they would clear our the remains of my veg drawer very nicely :D
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      Molly Kumar October 16, 2016 (6:07 am)
      That would be awesome and I'm happy you're gonna try them soon :)
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    jacquee | i sugar coat it! October 8, 2016 (11:53 am)
    I love all things curry. Paired with pastry... a total win-win!
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      Molly Kumar October 16, 2016 (6:17 am)
      Seriously, the combination of Curry+Pastry = lot of goodies ;)
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    kathi @ laughing spatula October 8, 2016 (1:50 pm)
    I love all your recipes Molly but these beauties are really hitting home! Pinning for Seahawks sunday...what a treat!
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      Molly Kumar October 16, 2016 (6:09 am)
      Thanks so much Kathi, glad you liked them and enjoy the game.
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    Naina October 8, 2016 (2:00 pm)
    Molly, these veg puffs brought back memories of my childhood :) So delicious!!
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      Molly Kumar October 16, 2016 (6:05 am)
      Aweee - I'm glad you felt that way Naina. They definitely get us through a trip down the memory lane.
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    Angela September 1, 2017 (8:47 pm)
    Do you have to roll out the dough or do you use it as is? How big should the squares be?
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      Molly Kumar September 3, 2017 (7:42 am)
      Hi Angela, you can roll out the dough a little but not much as you want it slightly thick (1/4 inch thick). I made about 9 puffs with each sheet, so you can cut it as per choice (big or small size).

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