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Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Baked Puff Pastry
Baked Puff Pastry

Sometimes when you are in hurry and need to fix some meals for those lovely friends who suddenly drop by at your home , Greet them with baked pastries or include it as a starters in parties .. quick and easy , its sure a great way to steal hearts ...just play in with the ingredients and you will get more variations , I have given just an idea of it . Bring out your thinking cap and you can be a queen or king of innovations.
People will love them with those fizzy drinks …warm up to a fine rendezvous ..enjoy.
Puff Pastry
Recipe Requirements
Frozen Puff Pastry 1 packet
Some of your favourite pasta sauce
For Filling
Mix all in equal proportions
Peas,Corn, Mushroom (chopped finely)
1 tbs of sour cream
Garlic pepper for seasoning
Bake the puff pastry according to package direction or at 375 deg for 15 mints
Take out and cool .Then scoop in the filling , gently add some pasta sauce over the pastries
Sprinkle shredded cheddar cheese and bake for 5 mints or till the cheese is melted .
Serve and enjoy .
Happy cooking , bon appetite .

11 comments:

  1. Delicious Jaya.I pour Pudding in those Puff pastry shells:))

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  2. That is such a great picture and of course,the recipe too! all that cheese.....this I have to try!

    trupti

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  3. hmm..this is deft'ly a smart idea....thanks for sharing it...looks like you have used pastry shells!

    Shn

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  4. i use puff pastry a lot. very easy and liked by all.

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  5. This is a quick welcome snack!

    Are you still in India, Jaya? Recently I posted a recipe that used frozen puff pastry and my friends in India were wondering where they could get frozen puff pastry instead of having to make it from scratch. If you are still in India, where did you buy your frozen puff pastry from?

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  6. Hi Jayashree this one looks great and perfect. Viji

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  7. Hi Jayashree, this is first time at your blog. You have a nice blog here and different types and good collection of recipes. Puffs looks delicious and yummy too. Thanks for sharing such a nice recipe. Happy blogging.

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  8. Hi ,thanks for coming here Asha
    I have also tried with pudding also its ayumm dish ..
    Trupti do try and thanks for liking it.
    Shn,Viji,Reena,Jyothi welcome here , I will be checking your blogs soon ,and let me check yummy dishes you cook in your kitchens , LOL.
    Manisha, I have moved to India and am living here now..
    i have made these puffs in US while we invited some of our close friends ...am still looking for frozen pastries here in India.
    May be there is aplace called Big bazaar in Kolkata ,where these can be found .have to look into it,will update you ..
    I am deeply touched for such awarm and friendly community of bloggers here ,thanks for coming here
    Happy Cooking
    hugs and smiles
    jaya

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  9. How good does that look! :)

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  10. Good to see you back Jaya :) if you are in Salt Lake did you try C3 at City Centre ? They might carry them too

    Lovely picture

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  11. Jaya - good to see you blogging again :) The puff pastry snack looks so good. I've seens some of the frozen pastry puffs in Food World I think!

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