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Potato cheese puffs and pin wheels- with puff pastry sheet


Ingredients:
Puff pastry sheet-1 full sheet (makes 8 pastries)
Potato pealed and thinly sliced-1/4 cup
Onions finely chopped-1cup
2ts vegetable oil
pepper powder-1/2ts
aginamoto / salt to taste
turmeric-pinch

Dry mago powder-amchur-1/2tbsp
Mozzarella cheese shreaded-1/2cup 


Method:

  • Take the sheet out of the refrigerator before 30min and allow it to come down to room temperature.
  • Boil potato's until they become mushy.
  • Meanwhile prepare curry, take a pan and heat 2ts of vegetable oil and add onions and cook til they become tender.
  • Add mashed potato and cook under medium flame.
  • Now add pepper powder + turmeric + aginamoto / salt.
  • Turn off the stove when the curry is done, and spread the curry in a plate to cool it.
  • Take the pastry sheet and roll it with pizza roller/ chapati roller, do not make the sheet too thick or too thin it should be medium.
  • cut the sheet in to 8 equal parts.
  • Grease the baking tray with oil/ cover with aluminium foil and grease it.
  • Pre heat the oven at 450F.
  • Sprinkle little chat masala if you wish on the top of the sheet and with the help of spoon scoop little curry on to each pastry sheet and add cheese on top of it.
  • never add hot curry to the pastry sheet as it causes the butter in the sheet to melt.
  • refrigerate the sheets for 10 min and bake them,  this makes them crispy.
  • Bake at 450F for 15-20min and enjoy with green chutney/ tomato sauce 
  • For making pin wheels, add curry and cheese along the edge of the pastry sheet and roll it one round and them add curry and cheese and roll it again. cut the roll leaving 1 inch gap each and bake them along with puffs.

Hope you like my recipe...for detailed recipe on how to make a pin wheel click on "Pin wheels"

Comments

  1. How cute are these! Looks so delicious too :) New follower! xoxo

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  2. yummy looking pastries looks wonderful

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  3. I like the whirls with the puff pastry..
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  4. CRISPY SPICY CHEESE BALLS AND PIN WHEEL ARE FABULOUS

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  5. wow Deepthi, looks so good.

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  6. wow love these cute puffs....looks delicious..:)

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  7. they look perfect..nice tea time bites

    Ramya
    Ongoing event: Fusion Food: Pasta

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  8. Wow... These puffs are just gorgeous.. I used to have puffs often at my college canteen with friends. This just reminds me of those beautiful days. :)

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  9. Puff pastry is a wonderful ingredient ~ these will make for a great party appetizer!
    Us Masala

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  10. Your cheese pinwheels sound lovely, love using puff pastry!

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  11. Potato cheese puffs looks wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  12. That looks so yummy... Perfect appetizer

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  13. Puff pastry is so versatile right. Looks yummy DD.

    Vardhini
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  14. wow!!!they look so perfect. Thanks for stopping by

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  15. Dear DD
    Very nice recipe. I love puffs and tired of eating from the market. Just cant get a ready made sheets here. Need to explore more. The filling is excellent, no riot of indian spices.
    Have a nice day

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  16. It seems so delicious. I love pastry sheet yos can do lots of receipts with it.
    Kisses

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  17. Wow! that looks fantastic, looks crispy too.

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  18. excellent preparation..love ur perfection..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  19. Delicious ....nice filling

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  20. Looks superb and perfect.. love its filling..

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  21. Nice. Perfect for tea snacks.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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