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Egg Puff

Egg puffs are one of my all time favorite snacks next to mirchi bajjis. Thinking of this snack brings back lot of memories from my college days. In India this tasty treat used to be available only in Bakeries or super markets.

If you have a oven at home making this mouth watering snack is a breeze.The process goes like this.. 

9 hard boiled eggs
1 package of Puff pastries (usually includes 2 sheets for package)
Ground black pepper
Chat Masala

Thaw the puff pastry as per the directions.
Preheat the oven to 400F. Line the baking sheet or center rack of the oven with aluminium foil. Take boiled eggs and  cut into half length wise. Sprinkle pepper powder, chat masala and salt on the yolk side of the eggs.
Take puff pastry sheet and cut into 9 parts 3 length wise and each again into 3 parts.  Take a sheet place the sprinkled egg, yolk side up, on top of the sheet and pinch the edges applying little water as shown in the picture below.
Place the puffs on the baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes or until they turn golden brown. Serve warm with tomato ketchup.


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