Kerala Puffs

Spicy meat mixture in flaky puff pastry

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Kerala Puffs

Spicy meat mixture in flaky puff pastry

Category : Snacks, Pure-Vegetarian

By N P

Published On: 19 Apr 2006

Rating: 4
20 Votes, 9 Reviews
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45 Minutes
Served : 3
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Step 1

Cook the mutton mince in cooker with salt and turmeric along with as little water as possible.

Step 2

Fry the onions in oil until they are golden brown.

Step 3

Add the ginger-garlic paste, chillies and tomato and stir fry for 1 min.

Step 4

Add salt, coriander and chilli powders and stir for half a min and lower the heat.

Step 5

Let it cook, until oil separates from the mixture.

Step 6

Add the cooked meat and mix well.

Step 7

Let the water evaporate.

Step 8

When almost dry, add coconut milk and stir continuously, till the mixture is brown and dry.

Step 9

Stir in the masala podi/garam masala and keep aside to cool.

Step 10

While the meat is cooking, thaw the pastry sheets.

Step 11

Cut into 6 parts.

Step 12

Flatten each piece a little more and put 1 spoon of meat mixture into it and fold into half into a triangle.

Step 13

Press sides to seal.

Step 14

Preheat oven to 375 degree Fahrenheit.

Step 15

Repeat with all pieces and arrange them on a greased baking sheet.

Step 16

Mix 1 tsp of water with the egg and beat until well- mixed.

Step 17

Brush this on the puffs and bake until golden brown(around 5 - 15 mins).

Step 18

:- Substitute meat with Cauliflower and Potato or Chicken or egg. Just dont add coconut milk in the veggie puffs. Cooking times will vary. In case of eggs, use hard boiled eggs cut into half.

Arun Kumar.S

Tasty and easy preparation too..


can u plz tell me the recipe of puff pastry sheets


I`m pregant and I had this weird craving for puffs out of the blue,and I found your recipe online.I just cann`t stop thanking you for this amazing recipe. It was so so..great. My husband and I enjoyed every bit off it. Thanks Again


Hi..could you plsss tell me how can I make puff pastry.I dont know whether I can get it from B`lore grocery store


Hi, I made this yest 08.10.2007. was the first time I was trying to make puffs....and I too was really surprised as it came out so well and tasty....Thanks a ton....!!


Thanks for the excellent recipe... came out really good.


Excellent..Adipoli...i made it during the weeknd for my husband and friends...they all loved it...thank u very much for this wonderful tasted so like the puffs we get in kerala...thanks a lot....


This turned out really good. I used ground beef. For the cooks in the US, you can buy the puff pastry in the grocery store -Pepperidge Farm Pastry the frozen dept.


Ugran!!! This is sooo like what we get in Kerala bakeries. Thank u Nisha.

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