Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Vegetable Puffs

It has been really a long time i added recipes in my blog.Though i try new things in my kitchen i have grown a bit lazy to blog it.Ok!! i packed my laziness and sent it to the storage,let me see how long it stays there.I made Vegetable puffs when we had guests.It was so tasty and here ya go..

Cooked Potato---------------1cup
Finely chopped Carrot-------2 cup
Finely Chopped Beans-------- 2 cup
Chopped Onions--------------2 cup
Green chili-----------------1
Red Chili Powder------------1 spoon
Ginger Garlic Paste---------1 spoon
Salt------------------------2 1/2 tsp.
Pastry Sheets. Pastry sheets are readily available in American Stores as well as in Indian Stores.

Heat the kadai and pour little oil.When the oil is heated add the chopped onions and fry them.
When the onions turn light brown add the vegetables and green chili and fry them.
When the Vegetables are cooked add the potatoes,Ginger garlic paste and Red chili powder along with salt and mix them well.You can also add a pinch of turmeric powder.
Fry them till the raw smell goes off.
Remove the mix from heat.

Thaw the pastry sheets and keep it ready.Keep the mix in the Pastry sheet and fold them.Using water stick the corners.
Preheat the conventional oven at 300F.
Once the oven is heated bake them till they turn light brown.It may take 20 -30 min to bake depending on the pastry sheet.

Tada! Puffs are ready.This is a very good appetizer and tasty one too.


Vani said...

I love veggie puffs. Looks nice and crispy, Shri.

Shri said...

Thanks Vani

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