Saturday, 10 November 2012

Healthy Puff Pastry (Tip)

Healthy Puff Pastry, I know its surprising to heard that puff pastry could be healthy. I tried this and loved that as its a bit less of guilt in eating this one but no less in flavor. I have many recipes posted on my blog that can be used as a filling like Spicy Aalu, Aalu Methi, Soya Matar, Egg Burji, Aalu Shimla Mirch, Paneer Bhurji, Chinese Tofu. Here's the Crispy and flaky Snack. Can be enjoyed with tea or coffee.


1 Malaysian Parantha Plain
Any Leftover Dry Vegetable
1 tsp Ketcup
1 tsp Coriander Chutney


**Tools Used: Cookie Pan.

1) Preheat your oven to 350F. Grease baking pan with butter and line the bottom with butter paper. 

2) Take a Parantha and cut in half to make two Pastries. These have a lot less calories than Puff Pastry sheets.

3) Take a Bowl, mix in Ketchup and Coriander Chutney and apply over parantha pieces.

4) Spread Dry Veggie evenly all over the parantha pieces. Seal the end with the help of water/Milk.

5) Place them over baking sheet, Maintain some gaps. Bake for 15 minutes..Enjoy after 5 minutes!


1) Move Parantha's from Frozen section to refrigerator section at least 1 hours prior from the making time. Keep in mind parantha's shouldn't be out for long time, else it will be difficult to handle.

2) Brush pastries with Milk/Egg Wash(beaten egg plus 1 tbsp milk) before baking.

3) Use any kind of filings as per desired like minced pork, tofu, shredded cooked chicken etc.

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