Kerala Puffs are filled with wonderfully spiced mutton mince that is perfect for parties or picnic. Minced puffs have been my all time favorite. Finding fresh and hot puffs and munching on them is a joyful experience that i can never forget. These puffs can be easily prepared at home and relished over a cup of hot tea. Puffs are addictive and you find them very popular and commonly served in tea stalls and local restaurants. With minced mutton cooked with spiced onion mixture, these puff pastry parcels are packed with a ton of flavor. These serve perfect as a snack or light meal. If you love buttery, flaky layers of puff pastry, then settle in for the dish. Basically, puffs are puff pastry parcels packed with your favorite filling. You can either go the traditional way adding the classic favorites like chicken, egg, vegetables or meat, or customize the filling to meet your taste.
Kerala Mutton Puffs are really easy to prepare and the only thing required is a pack of frozen puff pastry sheets in store and it really pays. Whenever you have left over meat, all you need is a few minutes and some patience and you are on the move. Thaw the pastry sheets and fill them up with your favorite filling, be it mutton, chicken, beef or anything you fancy. Fold, bake and your delicious puffs will be ready in minutes. Don’t be in a hurry to fold the sheets and wait until they are thawed properly as they tend to break. Mutton is rich in protein and nutritious, rich in vital nutrients required for body. Buy mutton chunks from known sources. Kerala Mutton Puffs can be easily prepared at home and you can discover a well detailed recipe here. Enjoy the delicious snack at home with your family.
Tasty and easy preparation too..
I`m pregant and I had this weird craving for puffs out of the blue,and I found your recipe online.I just cann`t stop thanking you for this amazing recipe. It was so so..great. My husband and I enjoyed every bit off it.
can u plz tell me the recipe of puff pastry sheets
Hi..could you plsss tell me how can I make puff pastry.I dont know whether I can get it from B`lore grocery store
Hi, I made this yest 08.10.2007. Wow…it was the first time I was trying to make puffs….and I too was really surprised as it came out so well and tasty….Thanks a ton….!!
Thanks for the excellent recipe… came out really good.
Excellent..Adipoli…i made it during the weeknd for my husband and friends…they all loved it…thank u very much for this wonderful recipe..it tasted so like the puffs we get in kerala…thanks a lot….
This is sooo like what we get in Kerala bakeries.
Thank u Nisha.
This turned out really good. I used ground beef. For the cooks in the US, you can buy the puff pastry in the grocery store -Pepperidge Farm Pastry Puff..in the frozen dept.