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Hey Atlassian Community,
My Atlassian Bake Off activity was trying to make my mom's famous Malaysian curry puffs (also known as "karipap"). I have family friends that use a recipe similar to this online recipe, but my mom's recipe uses beef, puff pastry, and a spectacular egg wash with a neat design along the edges created by using a fork.
I've always watched her make them and they've been a super star dish at family potlucks and church fundraisers, but this past month was the first time I actually committed to trying it on my own. It went pretty well, if I do say so myself!
The amounts in this recipe are an estimate, but feel free to adjust to taste.
Peel and cut the potatoes into 1/2" cubes. Add oil to a pan on medium heat and add potato and cook, 5 mins. Add ground beef, curry powder, chili powder, sugar, salt and cook until no red remains in the meat.
Then add water, cover and reduce to a simmer for about 10-15 minutes or until the potato is tender. Remove from heat and let cool for 1-2 hours.
Remove puff pastry sheets from freezer and let defrost until stretchy, but still cold. Unfold each sheet and use a knife to cut each sheet into its 3 folded sections. Then cut each section into 3 pieces so you end up with 9 squares that are roughly 3" x 3".
Use a hand roller to roll each square until it is smooth, stretchy, and twice its size. Use a tablespoon to scoop filling into each square, then fold diagonally and pinch along the edge. Use a fork to press along the edge to seal with a hatched design.
My attempt at carving in an "Ace" logo
Top with egg wash:
Whisk 2 egg yolks in a small bowl, and use a brush to apply to tops of puffs.
Faint Ace logo!
Preheat oven to 350. Bake for 20 minutes, or until tops are golden brown. Enjoy!
Content & Programs Manager
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