Saturday, September 26, 2009

Puffs using Pastry sheets


 Hi all..welcome back...i jus watched "Unnai pol Oruvan" kamalahasan movie.It was awesome,its a thriller comedy film.I enjoyed it
My family lives on main course meal and sometimes on snack.My hubby and daughter loves snacking around in the evening.I find terrible time to cook for them...I go crazy in deciding what to cook for them...Recently i bought some pastry sheets..And kept in room temperature(thawed) for 2-3 hours.. and made some hot puffs with veg stuffings.
Here is the way...
 
 Drizzle some(AP) flour and spread the sheet on it.Roll it to thin sheets in the same length


Cut the sheets horizontal

 


Stuff anything u like and close with rest of the sheet

 

Wet the sheet with an egg slightly(to get the brown color on top).If u r no-egg person,use milk instead.Keep them in fridge for 10 minutes before it goes to oven(I like this way,pastry puffs more layers than in room temp).Bake them at 250*F at 10 to 15 minutes in a preheated oven

 

Hot Puffs are ready


Sunday, September 13, 2009

Chinese Chicken Fried Rice

I wondered how chinese fried rice is so snowy white and tastes yum...and the vegetables are so crunchy..i been to my aunt's place recently,when she was busy making this for her toddlers...here is her recipe for u..

Ingredients
Milk-1/3 cup
Water-1 + half cups
Rice-1 cup
Chopped Vegetables-half cup
Chicken shredded or chopped-Quarter cup
Spring Onion finely chopped -1
Ajinomoto-a pinch
Vinegar-1 tbsp
Salt-1 tsp
Sugar-half tsp
Oil-2 tsp

Method
1.Boil water,milk,oil-a drop,rice and pinch of salt in a pan,close the lid until it cooks in medium flame
2.In another pan,Saute vegetables and chicken in oil for 1 min,then add the vinegar,sugar give a stir and close the lid and cook for 2-3 minutes
3.Once the veg is semi-cooked,add the rice and rest of the ingredients,cook for another 2 minutes and serve it hot
4.U can also add scrambled eggs too..yummy isn't it?

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