Chicken curry puff pastries

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Crispy puff pastry snacks with a creamy chicken curry filling, an ideal snack!

Ingredients

Necessities

Preparation

 Heat the oven to 200 degrees. Boil the chicken breast in a pan with water and stock cube for about 12 minutes until well cooked. Then remove from the water and let it drain. Pull the chicken separately with a fork into pulled chicken.

 Add the curry powder, salt and pepper, cream cheese and parsley and mix together. Take a slice of puff pastry and cut it in half into 2 rectangles. Spread a little of the chicken curry mixture on one side. Cut a few slits on the other side of the dough with a knife.

 Fold the cut piece over the filling and press the sides together with a fork. Place the filled puff pastry snacks on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Beat the egg and brush the top of the snacks with it. Sprinkle with a little sesame seeds. Bake them in the oven for about 15 minutes until they are golden brown and cooked through. These chicken curry snacks are delicious both hot and cold.

 Tip: instead of chicken you can also take vegetarian chicken pieces and fluff them apart or cut them into small pieces and then mix with the curry, cream cheese etc.

Chicken curry puff pastries

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