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Making the Pastry Puff

  • Bread Flour/ High-grade Flour 1000.0 g
  • Sugar 50.0 g
  • Salt 20.0 g
  • Cake Margarine 150.0 g
  • Cold Water 500.0 ml
  • Pastry Fat Shortening 500.0 g

Making the Curry Chicken Filling

  • Cake Margarine 25.0 g
  • Onions 36.0 g
  • Garlic, in cloves 5.0 pc
  • Yellow Seasoning 20.0 g
  • Knorr Chicken Curry Seasoning Powder 5.0 g
  • Some Curry Seasoning
  • Mix Vegetables 75.0 g
  • Some Coconut Milk
  • Minced Chicken 250.0 g
  • Some Cake Flour
  1. Making the Pastry Puff

    1. Stir all dry ingredients, and add some water, margarine, stir them well until halfly smooth.
    2. Make the dough into a ball and leave it about 10 minutes.
    3. Cross cut the dough, put pastry fat in the middle (opening envelop) and roll it longwise.
    4. Fold with single fold, turn it 90oand roll it again with single fold. Leave it for about 20 minutes.
    5. Do the previous steps for five or six single fold. Leave the dough about 20 minutes for every 2 times fold.
  2. Making the Curry Chicken Filling

    1. Melt margarine into a pan.
    2. Sauté onion and garlic until they smell well.
    3. Sauté yellow seasoning until smell well and put on all ingredients except coconut milk and cake flour.
    4. Before finish cooking, pour some coconut milk and add some cake flour, stir them well until it’s getting coagulated.
  3. Filling Process

    1. Roll the puff pastry dough about 3mm thick, round cut 8 cm in diameter for top and bottom side. Smear the dough with beaten egg on all sides, also in the middle side of the filling. Then, cover it using 10 cm in diameter dough.
    2. Leave it for about an hour in the chiller for overnight to get maximum result.
    3. Smear the dough with beaten egg on all sides and bake it at 200oC until it’s ready to serve.