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Vegetable Pastry Pin Wheels in INDIAN Style

Yummy !!! I love these yummy pin wheels, I wanna make it little healthy way so I avoided cheese..They came out really good with crispy and little with Indian taste. We finished it in no time!!!!

Here are the ingredients for the yummy recipe
Puff pastry Sheet-1
Tomato puree-1cup
Boiled and mashed potato-1cup
Cilantro chopped-1/2cup
Onions chopped-1/2cup
Green chili/pepper corns finely chopped-2ts
Finely grated Ginger-1/2ts
Finely grated Garlic-1/2ts
Chat Masala/ Pudina Chutney Powder (available in Desi stores)-2ts
Pepper powder
salt to taste
  • Take the puff pastry sheets (Available in Frozen Section in all Grocery stores) out of the box and let it come down to room temperature.
  • Mean while Chop all the vegetables.
  • Add Pepper powder, very little salt to boiled potato and mash it. Keep it aside.
  • Now Unroll the Pastry sheet, and sprinkle Chat masala/ Pudina(mint) Chutney powder with little salt.

  • Apply tomato puree all over.

  • Sprinkle Green chili + onions + potato mixture + Cilantro one by one.
  • You can add Cheese/panner/ Grated Tofu if you wish.

  • Now roll the sheet carefully.
  • Cut it in to equal parts of 1 inch thickness, you will get 9 rolls out of one sheet.

  • Take a baking tray and cover with aluminium foil and grease with oil. Pre-heat the oven at 400F.
  • Arrange all the pin wheels in a baking tray and bake for 20-25min, until they turn golden brown.

Enjoy this yummy snack with tomato sauce / Green chutney. Kids will love them Just insert a tooth pick in the middle of each pin wheel and give them, they will enjoy. Hope you love my recipe. ThnX for stopping by. Please leave your valuable comments and follow my blog, You can even get by recipes in your inbox just by subscribing.


  1. wow..thats lovely version of pin wheels,sure to try this out!looks yum yum..

  2. amazing heathy and tasty pin wheels

  3. Fantastic pin wheels DD ...can't wait to try this :) Mmmmmm...... Nice work!!!

  4. Delicious pin wheels. I'm totally craving it.
    US Masala

  5. Yummy pinwheels...Have been thinking of making this from long time....Your version looks very delicious..

  6. Absolutely drooling over your step by step pics :)

  7. These look so flavorful and delicious! I have to try to make it sometime. Thanks for visiting my blog! I am following you and looking forward to reading most posts from you.

  8. wow, that looks so good, in between, for making urad flour, it's available in indian stores, or else you can just fry urad dal in a frying pan for few minutes and powder it in a mixie, happy to follow you back, have a nice day

  9. Great recipe, they're so cute :-) Yum!

  10. Looks perfect and awesome pin wheels

  11. perfectly done pin wheels !! loved them !!

  12. hi DD thank u for stopping by at my blog....:) do have a wonderful space here n' really nice recipes....happy to follow you too...also your idea for food blog news daily is really good too....:)

  13. Yum, they really look healthy without cheese and with spices! I'll give you a +1!


  14. Wow! These look so delicious and glad to know they are guilt free!

  15. Looks delicious!

    Thanks for dropping by Deepthi and for your lovely comments.

    I am already your follower since 2 months. Do check and let me know.

    There seems to be some prob I don't see u on the list of followers. Would be really glad if u could click on the follow button again.

    Thanks dear..

  16. lovely pin wheels...looks delicious..:)

  17. Wowwwwwwwww.. Delicious and tempting recipe.. Looks absolutely perfect !!
    Indian Cuisine

  18. This is real good, not too sure whether I will be able to get the pin wheels right.

  19. Those desi style pinwheels looks stunning and seriously addictive.

  20. They look so nice perect to parties..thanks for visiting my space and leaving in ur feedback much appreciated:)

  21. woww.. great twist.. loved this indian version :)

  22. Beautiful pinwheels, I love the filling you used! They look so tasty.

  23. I love this desi version.

  24. Love thee pin wheels in the desi style! Must make them soon.
    Thanks for stopping by at my place and your lovely comment and following me. You have a new follower.

  25. ThnQ frndz for leaving your lovely comments!!!!

  26. fantastic pinwheel, nice and clear explanations too

  27. Looks beautiful, and delicious too:)

  28. Hello DD. Thanks for visiting my humble blog and for following it too :D I love these pinwheels. A rather different approach to regular cinnamon stuff.

  29. Yummy and deliciously done pinwheels...

  30. Thx for stopping by kothiyavunu and for lovely to follow u too..those pinwheels looks & sounds great!! Will catch u will more yummy updates! Cheers!!

  31. HAi DD, Thanks for dropping by my blog dear..And this post is yummy and like it..Gald to follow u as well

  32. AnonymousJune 29, 2011

    Woww.. thats yummyy :D Love it

  33. looks really delicious and interesting. u have a really nice blog. and thanks for your wonderful comment. I am really happy to follow ur recipes :-)

  34. These look incredibly delicious!!
    First time on your space ...Following you now.

  35. Wow... droolworthy pinwheels. mouthwatering here


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