Tuesday, January 13, 2009


I was starving to have chicken puff since long. So got a chance to prepare when my cousine visited my place. He too enjoyed having it and trust me friends they were just too good to be true. We enjoyed having puffs with brocolli garlic fry. Its very good quite filling appetizer at parties and also would be perfect on rainy day.


1 Sheet Puff pastries.

1 1/2 cup Boiled shredded chicken.

1 Chopped onion.

1 tbsp Chopped Garlic.

1 tbsp Chopped Ginger.

1/2 Mashed Potato.

1 tsp Chilli powder.

1/2 tsp Turmeric powder.

1 tbsp Garam masala.

1 tbsp Oil.

1 Egg.

Salt and pepper to taste.


For shredded chicken:
I used chicken thigh pieces. Cut into small piece. Boil water adding salt and red chilli powder. Drop the chicken piece and let it cook for 15 min. Drain and shred them. Keep it aside.

For the stuffing:

Heat oil in a pan. Add ginger and garlic followed by chopped onions. Saute them till onions becomes translucent. After its done, add chilli pdr, turmeric pdr, garam masala and salt. Then add shredded chicken and mashed potato. Mix it all together so that masala coats the chicken mixture. Lastly add the crushed pepper and remove. Allow the mixture to cool.

Thaw the puff pastry as per the manufacturer's direction. Sprinkle some flour on the top of your board. Now cut the puff sheets into 6 squares carfully. Take out spoonful of chicken mixture and place them on the one side of each pastries pieces.
Seal the edges with water and fold them carefully. Press the edges with a fork to give a good look.

Whisk an egg and brush them on the top of each puffs. This makes puffs shiny and even more crispy. Pop them into an preheated oven for about 15 min or until its golden brown.

Serve them hot with ur favourite veggie stir fry.



Cham said...

Now I am starving for your chicken Puff Suma, great snack idea for party:)

Priti said...

Wow it looks like store one...very tempting dear....now am starving too ;)

rekhas kitchen said...

wow its mouthwatering suma great idea

Shama Nagarajan said...

do send me one...yummy

Asha said...

I have to make this one day, my kids love any chicken dish. Looks perfect Suma. Happy Shankranthi to you! :))

ranji said...

These puff pastries are one of the amazing things to cook with....love them :)....chicken puffs look absolutely delicious suma....perfectly baked :)

Happy cook said...

Yeah like cham said you are making us starving for that delicious chicken puffs.
It is ages aggo I had one.
Looks yumm.

Yasmeen said...

Tasty idea with chicken,I usually stuff with aloo or eggs.Bet your cousin absolutely loved them:)

Jaishree said...

Puffs looks nice suma;)

notyet100 said...

mmm,..thy sure look yum,..

Anonymous said...

Suma,thanks for dropping in at my place.
I loved your place..its worth visiting..Puffs are my fav too..they look gorgeous.

Raaga said...

We don't get puff pastry here yet!! :-(

Curry Leaf said...

Perfect puffs,I agree with Raaga,no puff pastry in India.Thats one thing I will be missing when I return.Professional looking.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow awesome puffs. Looks perfect and yummy.

SriLekha said...

looks too good!
we have to cook it in convection or microwave mode?
how long should we preheat the oven

aquadaze said...

hi suma, first time here! your puffs have made me realise that it's been so long since I had one! Do drop in to my blog sometime :)

Suma Rajesh said...

thanks everyone for the sweet comments..

Vani said...

Chicken puff looks lovely, Suma. A belated Happy New Year to you.