Salty twist puff

by - March 23, 2011

Hi Friends, 
    Thanks for all your prayers & wishes. I am back from my shrot break & happy to share my bundle of joy with you all. I delievered my second baby Boy On march 10th  and we named him ANISH. It is a planned C-section & we both doing good.
     For a quick start, I am with simple recipe here which can be done very easily & taste good too..


 Ingredients:

Puff pastry sheet - 1 box
Chat masala -1/4 tsp + For sprinkle ( Can use any masala of your choice)
Butter - For Coating

Method:

  •  Thaw puff pastry sheet for 40 mintues or according to package instructions.
  • Line a cookie baking tray with parchment sheet & keep it ready.
  • Dust the rolling surface with little flour & gently roll the pastry sheet to stretch it little bit.
  • Cut the sheet into strip about 1"wide by 5" long and gently twist to bring it 
  • Melt the butter & mix 1/4 tsp of chaat masala to it & mix well. 
  • Brush each twist with the melted butter mixture.
  • Bake at 400 F for about 15 ~20 minutes until golden.
  • If needed sprinkle chaat masala & enjoy with Coffee or Tea..

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21 comments

  1. Welcome back madam.I know,u cannot leave ur blogging world so long....quick and crisp recipe.

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  2. Congrats Sarah..:)..Do take proper rest...
    The recipe is simple and awesome...

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  3. Congrats Saras! :) Anish is a nice name.
    Salty twists are looking yummy!

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  4. Congratulations Saras... Anish is a cute name..
    The twists are super-crisp and wonderful...

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  5. Congrats for your 2nd child.

    Recipe Looks yummy..

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  6. Congrats on the new addition to the family!
    God bless the new born and his family :)

    Well made twists!

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  7. easy and tasty snack,thanks for sharing,soon i will try.

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  8. Congrats dear...and takecare ....this looks so gud and one of my fav ...cant munch on these non stop :)

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  9. Congrats dear, Hugs to ur lil prince Anish..Take care of ur health dear...twists looks adorable and prefect snacks..

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  10. nice dish..first time in your blog and that too one a fab occasion..love this.

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  11. Irresistible twist puff! Am drooling over ;)

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  12. Congrats dear..hope mommy and son is having great time together..Anish is a nice name..kisses and hugs to the little one.
    Awesome recipe dear..crispy and yummy.

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  13. Welcome Saras, This is quite an innovative one, looks crisp and perfect to munch on ..

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  14. Congrats dear..lots of love n blessings to little Anish :)
    I love these puff twists..makes for a perfect evening snack..

    US Masala

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  15. Congrats Saras.Welcome back..Anish is cut name.
    Delicious twist puffs.

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  16. Hi Saras,

    So happy to see you this quick...hopw both kuttis are doing good..Takecare pa.

    Wow..very simple but tasty snack dear..

    Hey by the way i tried your Brinjal dry curry, it was super duper hit at home, i posted in my blog about yours and tried receipe snap..thanks again saras.

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  17. Congrats on your new bundle on joy, what a pretty name.
    The twist sounds delicious. thanks for sharing

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  18. Welcome Back Saras....Take Care...crispy and yummykutty puffs

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  19. wow.. u r already back? congrads.. hope baby is doing great and sleeping well...
    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  20. congs for new member .crispy and tasty puffs

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  21. Thanks for all your wishes & comments..

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