Friday, May 23, 2008

Recipe Marathon: Day 7 - Egg Puffs

Monday evening 4pm

Two little kiddos jump from their school bus and run into the house. They freshen up and sit in front of the TV.......;)

As the clock ticks towards 4:30pm, the two little devils are involved in a crazy battle as to who gets the larger portion of the hot goodies that their mama would be getting in a short while from now!

U ask what? any guesses what they are......


...................Its a packet filled with some hot Egg Puffs..:D and this used to happen for almost 3 times a week for many many years... and we still fight!...:)


This is undoubtedly one of my fondest memories that I would cherish...and Off these yummy Egg puffs goes to Sarah's 'Tastes to Remember' event.




Egg Puffs with Spicy Onion Masala
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Ingredients:

1 Puff Pastry sheet, thawed for atleast 30 minutes
4 hard boiled Eggs, cut into halves, lengthwise

For Onion Masala

1 tbsp Oil
1 medium Onion, cut into thin slices
Salt to taste
1 clove Garlic, minced
1 tsp Cumin seeds
1/2 tsp Garam Masala
1/8 tsp Turmeric
1 tsp Red Chilli powder
fresh Cilantro leaves

Preparation:

1. To prepare Onion Masala, heat oil in a pan, toss garlic, cumin seeds and onion, saute until golden brown. Then add salt, turmeric, garam masala and red chilli powder. Mix well and finally add the cilantro leaves. Keep aside.

2. Cut the thawed puff pastry into 6 squares each approximately about 3.5 inches wide by 5 inches long.

3. Place a spoonful of onion masala in the middle and then an halved egg, cut side down.

4. Fold the two ends of th strip, so that it encloses the egg (as shown in the pic). Seal the edges by applying very little water.

5. Preheat oven for 375 deg and Bake these for about 10-15 minutes. Serve hot with ketchup!


Wanna what are my fellow marathon runners are upto.. here is today's Menu:

Lakshmi cooked up Mint Rice for us.
Srivalli continues with her famous Lunch Box Series..
Arundathi made some yummy looking wontons.
When imaginations go wild, you can make just this.
Its pizza time folks.. hmm for a change lets have Papdi Pizza by Ranji.
Raaga whipped up some yummy Methi Mutter Malai!
Divya made sumthing sweet today - Rava Kesari.
Bhags is hooked to the family of Eggplant and made a yummy curry out of it.
Momos/Dimsums Steamed Veggies - never heard of it?. Swati made that today. check it out!


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Tried & Tested # 8: Suganya's Arisi Upma



Have a great Friday ahead folks!

Siri

19 comments :

  1. You are on a roll, clearing your bookmarked pages. Thanks :)

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  2. Thats very fast girl!...and very lovely..loved that story!..heheh..I can imagine how it would've been..

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  3. wohooo too good... the egg inside looks like the snails head peeping from d shell... :) superb pics...

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  4. hi siri,..ur eggpuffs reminded meof college days,...we used to get this in nearby shop,..and as our college was in suburb there wereno good restuarents,...so this puffs,..were our moodshifter in college days,..nice recipe,..:-)

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  5. hi siri,..ur eggpuffs reminded meof college days,...we used to get this in nearby shop,..and as our college was in suburb there wereno good restuarents,...so this puffs,..were our moodshifter in college days,..nice recipe,..:-)

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  6. Whole egg in there with onion masala, yummy! Good one. Enjoy the long weekend, hugs!:))

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  7. oh man i love this...cute blankets on eggs!!!nice photos too..i have posted mine :)

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  8. I love love love egg puffs!! yours look great!

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  9. very yummy looking puffs siri...very well clicked ;)

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  10. My fav puff Siri, i love the spicy masala with egg :) Lovely picture

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  11. love the egg puffs..brings me nostalgic memories..love the upma too

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  12. hey....the eggpuffs, look yummmyyyy. once i get the puff pastry i am going to try these, and will def let u knw.
    just a ques, wht is the recipe marathon going on? whr do i send my entries?

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  13. Oh I can definitely understand why fighting would take place over these :)

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  14. those are lovely egg puffs, Siri! Very well done! Have a great weekend.

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  15. Printing this one too. I just so happen to have some puff pastry in the freezer. What a fantastic collection of recipes you have here. I always look forward to seeing what you will post next. Thanks for this!

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  16. Hi Siri... I am new on the foodie blogosphere. Noticed your egg puff recipe on Homemade's Tastes to Remember Roundup and pretty promptly pulled out the puff pastry from the freezer. Did you say fights over who got the bigger one??? Things came to blows at my place when I handed out a plate to the hubby and his brother!!! I made a few changes in my version - and will be posting it pretty soon on my blog. Thanks for such a quick (I am sucker for that) and mindblowingly great recipe!!!! And do visit my blog when you have the time.

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  17. egg puffs and cup cakes...reminds me of my school days!! yumm..

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