06 April 2009

Puff Pastry Passion

Monday, April 06, 2009
Puff Pastry PassionPuff Pastry Passion

Let me introduce you to some delicious puff pastry passion for this week. I really wish I could bake delicacies that make your heart melt. These pastries tasted so yummy. You can see three variants in the photo above. The ones in the upper row were filled with sort of a champignon creme. The ones in the middle row were filled with some meat pasta, while the last one was filled with chicken curry. I liked them all, but the upper row was definitely the highlight of my puff pastry passion. Happy week, everyone.

Puff Pastry Passion
Thanks to Janet

8 appreciated note(s):

Alice Audrey said...

Oh wow! That is not your average Dunkin' Doughnuts. I'd love to be able to try them.

litlit said...

They look so yummy. Have a wonderful week.

EADotCom said...

Makes my mouth water..........

Mariamellie said...

Oh la la... I love the one with Chicken Curry... hmmmmm... I think I wanna get my second b'fast now... =)

Bryan said...

Mmmmmm, those look so good. I've had one similar to the chicken curry one before, but I think the texture was a bit different.

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Genejosh said...

wow...love to try your baked pastry now..he..he

Carla said...

mmmm pastry (said in a tracelike voice), my 18 yo left some pancake batter from last night, and that, with syrup, will be my lunch-I am VERY excited:)
mmmmmmmmmmm pastry

yummy sunday said...

i would love to try the one with meat pasta.

thanks for joining again rosidah!