Sunday, June 20, 2010


For a long time I was thinking of making egg puffs, which usually reminds me my happy days ( i mean my college days). Most of the treats were end up with a puff and we loved that too. Hot, spicy puff with a tea and chit chat with friends in canteen... those are really a golden days.

When we purchased the pastry sheets, as usual he started kidding on me... and I was worried will it turns a disaster. But in surprise it came out well and we enjoyed it.


Eggs - 3 boil, 1 whisk
Pastry Sheet - 1
Onion - 1 mediam
Garlic - 3 cloves
Gram Masala - 1 tsp
Turmeric - 1/2 tsp
Vegetables (peas, carrot) - optional
Oil - 1 tsp


1. Thaw the pastry sheets in room temperature for 30-40 mins

2. Preheat the oven for 375F

3. Cut the onion in length wise, crash the garlic and cubed the carrots

4. Boil the eggs, remove the shells and cut into halve

5. Heat oil in a pan, add garlic and onions, fry till translucent then add the turmeric and gram masala and veggies (if desire) saute till raw smell goes

6. Meanwhile cut the thawed sheets into 6 squares

7. Place a spoonful of masala and halve egg in each square and fold it. Seal the edges with little water or use a fork to seal it.

8. Beat a egg and just brush the top of the puffs with it.

8. Bake for about 20-30 mins according to the oven temperature. Serve hot with ketchup and enjoy the puff


- For egg wash you can use either a brush. If you don't have it, just take a paper towel dip in the egg and apply in the puff just as a brush

- instead egg can make potato masala for veggie lovers. Even can use ur left over veggies

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