Thursday, August 12, 2010

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Dear all,

I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a blessed Ramadan. And now that Ramadan has started, I will be sharing recipes as frequently as I can.
If you have a recipe or tips you would like to share, don't hesitate to ask for assistance, Aimar and myself will be glad to upload it all onto our page Gourmet Chics. After all, we are all chics and we love gourmet food.


Follow the steps to a delicious light chicken puffs recipe:
Ingredients:
- 2 chicken breasts, cut in cubes and boiled in salt, black pepper and bay leaves
- 1 medium onion thinly sliced
- 2 cloves of garlic grated
- broccoli (as much as you wish)
- fresh mushrooms
- AlSunbulah puff pastry dough (sliced ones)
- Salt and Pepper for seasoning
- 1/2 cube of chicken stock (maggi)
- optional*: feta cheese

Method:
* note that you chicken is already cooked.

1: 2-3 tbs. of veg. oil, then add the onion and garlic until it turns golden brown.

2: when satisfied with the color of the onions and garlic, add the chicken and let it become a bit of golden brown too.

3: Add the broccoli and mushrooms when the chicken is ready. Stir for a bit then in a seperate bowl, add the 1/2 cube of chicken stock in less than 1/4 cup of water and add it to the mixture.
Add some salt and pepper for seasoning and stir.
Leave the mixture to simmer on low temperature for few minutes until the water dries a bit.

4: your mixture will look like this, it is ready to be used to fill the pieces of pastry.

5: a tbs full of the mixture would do to fill the piece of pastry.
*optional: you might want to add a few cubes of feta cheese to the mixture.

6: your pastries should look like this when closing them. Press on the edges to close them and transfer them to your baking tray.

7: Bake for few minutes (15-20 mins) until the pastry puffs and becomings golden brown.
Ready to be served with any type of dipping sauce. *lime and ginger sauce would be the best option for this recipe*
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