Tracy's Nest

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Curry Chicken and Luncheon Meat Puffs

Most of the blogs I read were about FOOOOD! I'm not going go 'chap she' (lose). Last Saturday, EFNTD (for some of u who don't know - EFNTD - Eat Full Nothing To Do), decided to make some puffs to 'jiaw' (eat). Actually was supposed to make Tuna Puffs but so 'big head prawn' (forgetful) of me to forget to buy canned tuna (sorry Twinsmom, next time okay?).
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So, dug the fridge, aha, found chicken meat. Searched the pantry and found meat curry powder, potatoes, bombay onions. Yippee, I was able to make Chicken meat and potatoes puffs instead.
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Potatoes, bombay onions and chicken meat (diced), curry powder (make into a paste)
Ingredients after frying
Baked Curry Puffs (rectangular shape) and Luncheo Meat Puffs (longer in shape)
Cut-up view of the puffs
The puffs were not so nice looking but luckily the taste was 'yummy, yummy'. I made about 28 pieces of Curry Chicken Meat puffs and 12 luncheon meat puffs. Distributed them to Elyss (my elder dotter) who visited me and my neighbours.

14 Comments:

At Thu Apr 20, 02:39:00 AM, Blogger jazzmint said...

slurp slurp..i think the luncheon meat puff is nice. And I like longish puff haha...just dunno why, it taste better in long shape puff

 
At Thu Apr 20, 09:35:00 AM, Blogger Jesslyn said...

Curry puff is my favourite ler, I can eat almost everyday for breakfast too! I prefer those Malay style puff (the paste la)!

 
At Thu Apr 20, 09:41:00 AM, Blogger blurblur said...

WAH...makes me drool lah..i haven't eat my breakfast leh..pass me one, pass me one..(though i just had a virtual chicken pie from Zara's mama)..;p

Looks really yummy to me..

BTW, hw's Elyss? :)

 
At Thu Apr 20, 09:50:00 AM, Blogger Zara's Mama said...

The curry paste no need to 'fry' first with minced onion or garlic?

I love curry puff one ler.. Actually I love puff pastry!

 
At Thu Apr 20, 10:57:00 AM, Blogger AsleyLee said...

Wow, Tracy, you're a good chef. Anyway, how to make the puff? You did your own paste? Can i have the detail recipe? I love to eat curry puff,yummy-yummy *drooling* too!!!

 
At Thu Apr 20, 01:35:00 PM, Blogger Jason said...

GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!! I haven't have my lunch leh~!!!!!!!!! ROARS!!!!!!!!

 
At Thu Apr 20, 02:28:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Jazzmint:
Ya ya, I like the luncheon meat puffs more than the curry puffs. Didn't have enough of the curry 'liu' (fillings) mar but left 12 pieces of the pastry puffs, so what to do? Immediately dug the pantry - no sardines, GAK! No choice, found luncheon meat - sapu. (smart, aren't I? Kekekekeke)

Jesslyn:
Me too. I like the Malay styled curry puffs too. I used to make dat using the traditional way of making the pastry but this time actually wanted to make tuna puffs but 'big head prawn' forgot to buy tuna so make curry ones instead.

Blurblur:
Aiya, u are so many kilometres away. If u're my neighbour, u'll get to taste most of my food. Too bad (kakakakaka).

Oh, Elyss is okay only for the scar about her breast which will prevent her from wearing a bikini (hahaha, just kidding, no way she'll wear the bikini).

Zara's mama:
Oh yes, got to fry the potatoes, chicken meat, bombay onions and curry powder with chopped garlic first. Actually wanted to post in cookblog, yet to survey how.

Woooeeee, pastry puffs are my favourite. Whenever I eat a puff, I'll peel and eat skin by skin, then only eat the fillings. Not weird lar hor?

Hui Sia:
Not me lar, not a good chef, just love to meddle with my "toys" (sa pou ang chang) and be in the kitchen. Hubby used to say to my close frens - "can't find Tracy in the hall, she'll be in the kitchen". *grinning*

Last time I used to make the puffs using the traditional way - too troublesome doing the layers and getting the ingredients. Later read Twinsmom blog only did I know there are ready-made pastry puffs sold in the supermarts. The pastry puffs can be obtained in Tesco or Carrefour. It's in a packet of 10 pieces.

As for the recipe, very simple, just get all the ingredients (agak-agak proportion of each) and fry with garlic until fragrant - very simple.

Jason:
I'll know u'll be around when it comes to FOOOOOD. Kakakakakakakakaka!

 
At Fri Apr 21, 10:07:00 AM, Blogger magictree said...

How I wish you are my neighbour! Salivating already!

 
At Fri Apr 21, 02:15:00 PM, Anonymous michelle said...

Hey put this recipe in cookblog!! Yum Yum

 
At Fri Apr 21, 02:24:00 PM, Blogger mom2ashley said...

so now you also dont want to lose out la!? all of you who are cooking enthusiats should compile all your recipes and add them into a separate blog just on food recipes alone..

 
At Fri Apr 21, 05:26:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Magictree:
Hahaha, so u want to be my neighbour too? Never mind, u are always welcome to visit me.

Michelle:
Wanted to but don't know how wor. How do I become a contributor? *tongue out*

Dinah:
Some of the mommies are doing so. Go to mybabybay.com on RECIPE BLOG FOR MOMS. I have yet to learn how to post there *blush blush*

 
At Sat Apr 22, 01:41:00 PM, Anonymous Rachel said...

salivated! so tempted...:D,
can courier some to me kah?? :p

 
At Sat Apr 22, 11:48:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Rachel:
Wei, u came back oredi ar?

U really want? I'll send some to u the next time but I'm scared they'll go busuk leh.

 
At Mon Apr 24, 11:16:00 AM, Blogger TWO LITTLE FELLAS said...

you said not nice looking-eh?
for me- it's so yummy-yummy looking!! i too especially like the longist puff pastry
...indulgence...indulgence...

 

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