Seekh Kebab Patty

Freshly prepared snacks truly light up a party and we just love creating new ones at home for friends or family get togethers. And it is even more satisfying when the feedback to our experiments is great. This was one such experiment!

Not that the dish is our creation, we have had it before at some Indian bakeries - a true fusion of pastry puff and Indian seekh kebab (spicy sausages). Once you make the pastry puff well, this is a really easy creation. 


Puff pastry - see here for recipe
Seekh kebabs
1 egg, beaten
1 tsp seasame seeds
1 tsp kalonji (onion seeds)


1. Defrost the puff pastry if you have made it before hand. Be careful so as to not melt the incorporated butter

2. Roll the pastry into a rectangle, about 5mm (1/5th of an inch)

3. Cut 2 inch wide strips of the puff pastry. Roll over the seekh kebabs so as to just cover it enough.

4. Apply the egg wash on top of the rolls and top it with the onion and sesame seeds. Cut into 3-4 inch rolls.

5. Bake it for 10 mins at 220 degrees and then at 180 degrees for around 20 mins or till the time its golden brown and crisp. Bake it on a wire rack to ensure the bottoms are crispy.

Cool for about 10 minutes before serving to ensure they are crispy yet not mouth burning.


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