Sardine Filled-Curry Puffs
Recently I started making these freezable Sardine puffs. When you in a rush or looking for a quick snack this would be a great idea. You can also turn these little cuties into savory or sweet. Once you freeze them you can keep them up to 3 month++...
I make the non spicy bagdes it's easier for the kids to enjoy them...
It's easy, simple. Quick for snacks..
We had this for breakfast today..
Yum...with sardine filling..
Making the dough it also easier.. All you need is flour, salt, butter & cold water. Yup, only that 4 things and you can make those cute puffs.
3 Cups of all purpose-flour
1/4 cup butter
1/2 cold water
Mix all these ingredients together. You can use a food processor or the mixer to make your dough. Oh, not to forget you can also use your hands! If you notice that your dough is still sticky you can add a little bit more of flour until it firm enough to roll them.
400g of tinned sardines in tomato sauce
2 onions, chopped
2 tbsp curry powder
Salt and pepper, to taste
Mash the sardine into the onion mixture. Sprinkle over the curry powder and stir over moderate heat for about 3 minutes. Add salt and stir well. Turn off heat and set aside until cold, while you make the pastry.
When the dough is ready, roll them into small 20 balls. Flatten each ball into a circle and add 1 1/2 tbsp filling in the middle of the circle. Fold into half and crimp the edges. Deep fry them until golden brown..
It's nice to enjoy them when it's warm :)