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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Pastel Goreng (Indonesian Fried Pastry)

This is my favorite snack... fried pastry filled with vegetables, egg and chopped meat. You see the filling is quite heavy, so sometimes I eat this as my lunch.

Ingredients:

Pastry:
250 gr flour
60gr Butter
60ml Cold Water
1/2tsp Salt
1 tbsp Oil
1 Egg

Filling:
Oil to fry
Boiled potatoes, finely chopped
2 Carrots, finely chopped
100 gr Chopped meat
3 Garlic, finely chopped
Bean thread vermicelli (so-un)
2 Hard-boiled eggs, finely chopped
Salt
Pepper
Sugar

Instructions:
1. Make the filling first. Heat oil and fry the garlic until fragrant.
2. Add meat & carrots. Fry until meat and carrots done.
3. Then season with salt, pepper and sugar.
4. Add so-un and potatoes, then last one, add hard-boiled eggs. Mix well and leave aside to cool.:


Pastry:
1. Mix the flour with margarine, egg, and salt.
2. Knead well and then add water little by little. Let it rest for 1/2 hour. Then put a tablespoon of Oil and knead again until smooth.
3. Roll the dough into paper thin. Cut the dough into circles 8 cm in diameter.
4. Take a tbsp of filling and place in center.
5. Fold pastry over to make half circle and crimp at edges.
6. Deep fry in hot oil until golden brown.

Recipe adapted from Bogasari.

3 comments:

We Are Never Full said...

mmmm- like puerto rican pasteles! or empanada's. or like english pasties. the fillings are probably endless. looks delicious.

banana blossom said...

Hello,
I found your site through tastespotting. I love fried puffs or pastel goreng. Thank you for the recipe-I am excited about it. Love your site as I love Indonesian food-I was born there. Cheers....

Miss Lucky Piggy said...

Hi, I just did a brief review on Malaysian cookbook and put a link to Pastel Goreng recipe.
Here is the link:
http://missluckypiggy.blogspot.com/2010/07/secrets-of-nyonya-cooking-by-florence.html
Thank you.
Cheers,

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