Sunday, April 18, 2010

Spiral Curry Puff(Karipap Pusing)Step by Step

I always admire people who can make beautiful spiral curry puff .I tried to make spiral curry puff once but failed due to the reason not understanding the method of folding the dough. Instead of spiral design ,my curry puff turn out as flaky-chicken-curry-puff !! I vowed to myself,I'm going to try again to make the spiral design until I got it right!! ..Yesterday finally I have courage and decided to tried again!! At last I got the spiral design on the skin but the shape is not really attractive ,maybe the dough is too soft or stay not long enough cold in fridge .Anyway,I try to convince myself I will make a better one next time.

300 gm onion,peeled and diced small
2 lbs potato,peeled ,diced and steam or boiled
1 lb chicken breast,diced
1 cup green pea
3 tbsp curry powder(Baba's or Burung Nuri prefer)
1 tbsp salt
1 tbsp chicken bouillon powder
2 tbsp oil

Dough Ingredients:
Water dough:
400 gm all purpose flour
2 tbsp rice flour
80 gm butter or margarine
240 ml cold water
1/2 tsp salt

Oil Dough:
200 gm all purpose flour
1 tbsp rice flour
100 gm butter
enough oil for frying

1:Peeled,washed and dice onion and potato.Boil potato until semi soft.
2:Heat large pan or skillet with oil,add in onion ,fry until fragrant then add in diced chicken,potato,seasoning and curry powder.Stir fry all the ingredients for 5 minutes before add in green pea,mix well before dish out and set aside to cool down.
For Water and Oil Dough:Use the same method but separate the portion of oil and water dough when kneading.
1:Sift rice flour and all purpose flour together.Combine well with butter,water and salt.Knead into dough.Divided each dough into 5 equal portion and wrap with saran wrap and keep in fridge for 15-20 minutes.
2:Wrap a portion of oil dough with a portion water dough in a ball shape.Then flatten with your palm before roll thin with rolling pin
3:Refer step to step method at below pix
pix #1; filling ingredients
pix#2 ;cooked filling
pix#3; oil and water dough
pix#4: water dough flatten before wrap over oil dough in ball shape
pix#5 ;flatten ball shape and roll up in oblong shape
pix #6; use rolling pin to flatten the oblong shape dough
pix#7; roll up again
pix#8 ;use sharp knife to cut the dough into 5 pieces
pix#9 ;flatten and roll into round shape
pix#10: fill with 2 tsp or more filling
pix#11:fold the edge together before crimps the edges
pix#12:place on floured tray before fry
pix#13 :fry curry puff until golden brown


Angie's Recipes said...

I like to do the curry puffs this way flaky and delicious.

mycookinghut said...

Looks good! You have good skills. I don't even know if I know how to make it.. but I would love to try!!

ICook4Fun said...

I love this type of curry puff. Don't mind having a couple of it now. I made epok epok the other day and I put vegetables in it.

Kristin (Book Sniffers Anonymous) said...

These look absolutely delicious. I am going to have to try my hand at making these. Do they have to be fried or can they be baked?

Anonymous said...

I also made a batch yesterday but yours are definitely better shaped. Thumps up...

Pete said...

Thks for the good tips. I would love to try to make this type of curry puffs!

tigerfish said...

Beautiful swirls on your curry puffs ;D

My Asian Kitchen said...

Thank you:D

thank you for your kind words:) anyway mine skill still need more room for improvement..maybe you can try it if you have time,just time consuming la..

Gert, I didn't know cury puff without meat call epok epok...I thought it's called vegetarian karipap!!haha! now I learn something new from you:p

holy Cannoli:
Thank you for dropping by:) yes you can bake it instead of's like empanadas...just brush with some egg wash before's more healthy.

Thank you for your kind words:)

U welcome..good luck!

thank you:)

Sherry said...

Looks good and i definitely going to try it out!

Anonymous said...

this looks so good!

Anonymous said...

Hii there, it is almost 6.00am, trying to figure out on what to serve to my family this morning, found this recipe... thank you for guiding it step by step.... finally its karipap pusing... will try it...

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the recipe.I have made the curry puffs thrice now.Really love the pastry with the spiral pattern.

Anonymous said...

Oh yeah.....

Unknown said...
these takes me down memory lane.. delicious curry puffs for evening teh tarik or tea in Malaysia, divine!

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Unknown said...

So glad to be able to find your site again.Your recipe is the best. I made it a year ago. It turned out so well and delicious. The instruction is so easy to follow and fail-proof. I tried some recipes from other sites but nothing suits me. Thank you. Ely

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I’m hoping these are similar to my favorite Tanjung Bungah hawker. Could you please suggest what kind of dried chilies you would use in So Calif? Thanks!

Urban Styles Furniture said...

We love spiral curry puff! We’ll have to give your recipe a try!

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