CURRY PUFF

 


This recipe makes 9 large puffs

 

INGREDIENTS

 

250g Lamb chopped into small cubes

1.5 tbsp Curry powder (Babas meat)

1/2 tsp Chilli powder

1/16 tsp Cardamom powder

1/16 tsp Fenugreek powder

1/8 tsp Nutmeg

1/8 tsp Fennel

3 Curry leaves finely chopped

4 Potatoes peeled and chopped into small cubes

1 Onion

6 Cashew nuts

1 tbsp Coconut powder

1/4 cup Water

1 tsp Chicken stock

1/2 tsp Sugar

1 clove Garlic

2 tbsp Cooking oil

1 egg (beaten)

 

Enough puff pastry to make 9 puffs with a large curry puff cutter.

 

 

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METHOD

 

 

Alternate pork curry puff recipe:

Use 1/4 cube pork stock instead of chicken stock

Leave out the coconut powder and water

Use 200g Pork meat chopped into small cubes instead of lamb.

Use 1/2 tsp less Curry powder

 

Cut the curry puff rounds, flour lightly and set aside until needed (Roll out excess pastry to make more puffs)

 

 

Microware the potato for about 3-4 minutes to get it partially cooked then set it aside

 

 

Cut the meat into small cubes

 

 

Put the onion, cashew nuts and garlic into a food processor and process until it becomes a paste. Set aside until needed

 

 

Heat oil in a fry pan on medium high

 

 

Add the curry leaves

 

 

Add the garlic and fry until fragrant

 

 

Add the chicken stock (or pork stock cube if you are cooking pork curry puffs)

 

 

Add the chilli powder, cardamom powder, fenugreek powder, nutmeg and fennel

 

 

Add the curry powder and stir briefly

 

 

Add the meat

 

 

Add salt

 

 

Add sugar

 

 

Add the partly cooked potato

 

 

If you are cooking the lamb version then add the coconut powder mixed with water

 

Once the meat if cooked turn off the heat and place in a bowl to cool. Once it is cool use the curry puff maker to make the puffs. Place a party round on top of the puff maker, brush the edge with beaten egg, add 1/3 cup of cooled mixture and fold the curry puff to seal in the ingredients

 

 

Bake in a moderate oven for about 30 minutes or until the party is a nice golden brown.

 

 

 

 

 

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