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Puff Pastry Recipe, How To Make Puff Pastry Recipe

Basic puff pastry dough to make various kinds of puffs ,tarts etc Puff pastry is like a pie crust that raises high with no leavening.

About Recipe

How to make Puff Pastry

(72 ratings)
158 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
40 mins
Puff Pastry
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Maida flour
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 20, 2019

Ingredients used in Puff Pastry
• Water - 110 ml.
• Vinegar - 4 drops.
• Salt - pinch.
• Butter - 220 grams.
• Maida/allpurpose flour - 220 grams.
  • In a bowl melt 40grams of butter.
  • In another bowl add flour, salt, lime juice or vinegar, melted butter, water and kneed the dough.
  • Roll the dough in square shape and add the rest of the butter and seal it spread the dough and sprinkle flour and fould 3 times and keep in the fridge for 10 minutes repeat the same 6 times and in the finial roll the sheet evenly all the side and cut into square shape.

Use these sheets for egg puff or veg.

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Katie Posted on Thu Aug 10 2017

Thank you for your recipes and videos. I made puff pastry today for the first time. Rolling it out on a cold pan was a good idea. I made it into vegetable puffs and they are delicious! The dough is light and flaky. Your videos are thorough and easy t

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Gausiya MP Posted on Sun Feb 02 2014

how to make puff in gass?

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fatema ab Posted on Sat Feb 08 2014

thank you chef for wonderful recipe to possible for us to making everything to easy way?

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mily bhattacharya Posted on Tue Feb 18 2014

you talk a lot rather than showing the recipe quickly.?

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JebNaJer P Posted on Fri Feb 21 2014

Thank you for sharing. I always wanted to have homemade as much as possible and your instruction is very helpful. I love Indian food. Shukuriya!?

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DARA LAISAT Posted on Tue Feb 25 2014

Hi Vah Chef. I got your idea of cooling the tray. Instead of keep putting the dough in the fridge for ever 10 minutes. I think you could use the ice pack under neat the tray and to avoid moisture wrap the ice pack with a thin towel.I have question...

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Felix Rayan Posted on Wed Mar 05 2014

Hi, just want to know why,why, the puff pastry has to be cold before baking even though it has to be heated in the oven at 400 dgs?

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eileenfb1948 Posted on Sun Mar 16 2014

Love the way you tell us Why you do it this way. It is good to understand the process. Thank you.?

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ravvraj Posted on Mon Mar 17 2014

IS there any alternative way to make this? With oil or dalda? Can you please make a video for that.I was thinking of experimenting I thought of Rolling it thin and brushing margarine or oil and then folding it and rolling it again?

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a4repkr4 Posted on Sat Apr 12 2014

You are amazing. Thank you for sharing your talents. So priceless!?

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Divya Chauhan Posted on Thu May 01 2014

I tried but when I baked the sheet I came out as salty biscuit.. It didn't puff up as ur sheet puffed up.. :(?

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anurag khare Posted on Tue May 13 2014

Mr vehchef thank you, the way your demonstration is very very perfect & interesting?

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