Spiral Chicken Curry Puff (Karipap Pusing)
Recipe inspired & adapted from Sam Tan’s Kitchen
For water dough :
½ tsp salt
½ lukewarm water
1 small beaten egg
1Tbsp beaten egg
A) Combine all ingredients & knead till soft dough (non sticky texture) . Divide & roll onto 2 equal balls , COVER . Leave to rest for 30 mins .
For Grease dough
75g cold butter (diced)
B) Using fork or knives to cut butter & flour together till it resembles coarse sand . Knead by hand till smooth & shinny . Divide the rool into 2 equal balls .
For the chicken curry filling :
200g chicken breast ( diced)
1 onion (finely chopped)
2 Tsbp curry powder
2 large potatoes
100ml coconut milk
Saute onion over mediem heat & add in chicken . Stir well & add in curry powder, potatoes , salt & coconut milk . Simmer , stirring till nearly dry & the potatoes are tender . Let to cool .
How to make the puff dough: Full tutorial HERE
1) Enclose one ball og grease dough in a ball of water dough .
2) Roll out the roll into a thin oval with rolling pin on a lightly floured surface . Then roll up tightly from one end to the other just like a Swiss roll .
3) Turn the rolled up tube 80degrees & repeat the previous step- flatten it thinly again lengthwise into a long oval, then roll up tightly again like a Swiss roll .
4) Slice ito 2 cm discs using a knife . The spiral layers should be clearly visible .
5) Using a rolling pin the disc into thin layer splitting apart .
6) Fill a Tbsp of chicken curry filling in the center ( Not too much , or else it will burst) . With your fingers crimp by pinching the edges flat & fold in at a 45degree angle to form a rope . To know more about how to do it, click HERE
7) Deep fry the puffs in hot oil over medium heat till golden brown . Drain on kitchen towels all the excess oil .
Linking this post to Little Thumbs Up event up hosted this month by Miss B of Everybody Eats Well at Flanders. This monthly event is organized by Zoe Of Bake For Happy Kids together with Doreen from My Little D.I.Y . This month’s theme is all about CURRY .
This is the exac location where I took these pictures of my curry puffs , under this pagola of Wisteria from my garden