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Thursday, 23 August 2018

Home Made Curry Puffs Are Great For Breakfasts And Snacks.

Curry puffs used to be one of my favourite snacks during my working days. The curry puffs could be easily found in the canteens and at the food stalls next to the office block. These are savoury snacks and best eaten while the puffs are still warm and the skin still crispy. Talking about curry puffs also reminded me of my secondary school days when we were taught to make curry puffs by my Home Science teacher.

I don't know why, out of the blue I had this craving for curry puffs. I waited for a free day to make some and had checked to make sure I had all the ingredients needed.
We started with our morning walk yesterday morning and there was no sunrise to greet us. The haze situation has improved but the sky was still gloomy.
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After my morning routine of watering the plants, I took a bath and got down to prepare the dough for the curry puff. The filling consisting of minced meat, diced potatoes and onions, curry powder was prepared the night before and kept in the fridge.
 Here are some of the curry puffs ready for frying.
I forgot to take photo of the curry puff filling.
 I don't want to waste use too much oil, so it was not deep frying.
The puffs were only half submerged in oil.
 The puffs were not of even golden colour because they were not deep fried.
 The puffs were fried with medium heat.
Not pretty but good enough for own consumption.
 After all the puffs were fried, they were left to cool. Hubby and I had ate some curry puffs with coffee for a light lunch. Leaving space for dinner with friends later in the evening. 
 Home made curry puff packed with filling.
Here is a fence for joining Good Fences.
Happened to pass by this old Hotel Grand Park.

Linking to Good Fences.

But my eyes are fixed on you, Sovereign LORD;
in you I take refuge - do not give me over to death.
Keep me safe from the traps set by evildoers,
from the snares they have laid for me.
Let the wicked fall into their own nets,
while I pass by in safety.
(Psalm 141:8-10, New International Version-NIV)

46 comments:

  1. Hola Nancy, veo que eres una excelente cocinera, tienen un aspecto muy rico. Feliz día. Besos.

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  2. yummy dumplings and great fence

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  3. Wow! You can make your won curry puffs. Thumbs up. Bet they were delicious.

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    1. Thank you, Phong Hong! Now I can make a batch to deep freeze and heat up whenever I feel like eating.

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  4. They look so yummy
    and I can almost smell them from here:)

    Ann
    https://roomsofinspiration.blogspot.com/

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  5. Wonderful! I would probably need a dozen :-)

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    1. Yes, that is why now I am making and freezing them and enjoy them whenever I feel like it. Have a wonderful day!

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  6. We have a spicy meat pie here that looks similar, but it is baked not fried. No curry, but plenty of the hot sauce we use in this area.

    Those do look good, you are a very good cook.

    Nice fence, fancy to match the hotel.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi! We can also choose to bake the curry puffs if we do not like deep fried food.

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  7. your curry puffs look so delicious! you are so diligent to make your own curry puffs instead of just buying them. Did you give some to your friends or kept them to eat throughout the week?

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    1. Thank you, Mun! The puffs didn't look nice so I just kept them for our own consumption. Wait till I make some better looking ones.

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  8. We have smoky skies here with all the wildfires. I'll be glad when the rain comes. Still a long wait.

    The curry puffs look very good and I'd love to try one.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. I do hope the rain will come to clear away the smoky skies. Thank you, Sandee! Have a wonderful day!

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  9. The curry puffs must taste delicious, I love to eat curry puffs, have you heard of nasi lemak curry puffs before?

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    1. Thank you, Libby! No, I have not heard of nasi lemak curry puffs.

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    2. Old chang kee launched nasi lemak curry puffs that time, i have not tried it

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    3. Oh I see, do let us know when you have tried it.

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  10. Oh my, these look SO good! And they are very pretty and appetizing to me. Do you make your own dough? I wonder if pre-made pie dough would work? What kind of oil did you fry them in? Does it matter? I want to make some! Never heard of them before, but I am drooling now!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! I made my own dough since it is quite a simple one. Yes, you can also use the pre-made dough. You can buy the flaky dough which is very nie too. I use simple palm oil that is good for deep frying.

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  11. As usual very interesting post) Have a nice weekend)

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  12. Mouth watering, yum yum. Take care, Diane

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  13. They look yummy such a treat to have something homemade when you have visitors.

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    1. Yes, can just heat them up in the oven if visitors do come by for a visit.

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  14. Curry puffs are so much work to make huh.

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