Another dish that is believed to have been adapted from Portuguese traders long ago this delicious and popular crispy treat is found all around Thailand and South East Asia along with pretty much every Thai restaurant around the world - Warattaya Smith of @loveslittlekitchen
In Thailand, a curry puff is known as a karipap (กะหรี่ปั๊บ).
This simple entrée/snack is a hit with my Australian family and a great addition to any party or BBQ.
Another dish that is believed to have been adapted from Portuguese traders long ago this delicious and popular crispy treat is found all around Thailand and South East Asia along with pretty much every Thai restaurant around the world.
What makes Curry Puffs such a popular snack is not just the taste but the simplicity in which it’s made as you can use any pastry from flaky puff pastry (as I like to do) to spring roll pastry (quick and easy) and the filling can be made with anything from chicken (most popular), pork, beef to vegetarian with any type of potato and spices.
I like to use orange sweet potato in my filling as it gives a great colour and flavour.
I also love to use two doughs as it gives a lovely layered pattern.
Light and flaky pastry parcels filled with a delicious seasoned filling will keep you coming back for more
For the filling
Sweet chilli sauce is a popular dip you can add but I prefer to eat them as is. Golden brown and beautiful
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