Saturday, July 6, 2013

Butterfly puffs

With the left over frozen pastry from the Portuguese egg tarts, I've decided to make some butterfly puffs (蝴蝶酥). Read bout it through Natalie's blog and it seems so super duper easy! 

I can't find any ham/turkey meat from the nearest market so I used chicken meatloaf instead

Rolled them into this shape and sliced into pieces

You can called it heart shaped also, hehe~

Baked under 220'C for about 10 minutes or until the puff has turned golden brown. You can even apply some fruit jams to enhance the taste!

Alright, have to resume my duty as a mummy now.

Wishing you folks a great weekend ahead! =)

62 comments:

  1. Nice!!

    Have a great weekend!!

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  2. you so rajin baking recently!!
    nice looking ler...

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    1. Hehe thanks! Inspired by you leh! ;)

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  3. 你们一个两个一直做,搞的我想买烘炉

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    1. 呵呵,买啦!(我是恶魔 :p)

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  4. 你最近很勤力烘焙!!

    恨呀!这个我本来要今天弄的!结果今天有上班,呜呜呜=(((((

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    1. 哈哈,趁有心情就弄咯!

      哦是吗?怎么有做工的?OT?

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  5. Nice... Look like those butter cookies - the pretzels.

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    1. Yep, but this one not that crispy, hehe~

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  6. Butterfly? More like 'love' or 'heart' to me haha. Yum!

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    1. Yep, can say it's heart shaped also ;)

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    2. It looked like heart shapes. Make them RED like real hearts!!

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    3. Yea, should have applied some strawberry jam on top, keke~

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  7. look very easy. the ready made puff pastry make baking so much easier these days. tempting to try baking some already.

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    1. Yes very easy I am sure everyone can do it!

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  8. look very easy. the ready made puff pastry make baking so much easier these days. tempting to try baking some already.

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  9. 这个很容易〜可是还是懒惰做仂!!

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  10. wow, you are so good! wish I stay nearer to you so that can try your bakes! :)

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    1. I wish I am your very next door's neighbour!!!! My arms could reach your kitchen too!

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    2. TM, like that sounds a bit scary leh, haha xD

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  11. Hey Hayley...looks so easy and i can imagine their taste too.... Thanks for sharing..i think i can do this! :)

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  12. 明天回我家弄给家人吃,不过想问你有放芝士片吗??
    我打算只放mayo..

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    1. 没有哦,我没放 cheese。。嘻嘻~

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    2. 我昨天弄了一堆。。。为什么你的size 这么均匀的?我的又大又小的。。哈哈!
      http://leeanne113.pixnet.net/blog/post/151758550

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    3. 会不会是切的不均匀?

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  13. oh, nice!! and i thought this butterfly puff is just plain danish type of puff without anything else.. smart of you to add in the chicken meat loaf and i think it will taste great..

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    1. hahaha, yes.. i actually think they look more like hearts than butterflies.. maybe when you stack two hears tip to tip, then they will look like a butterfly already lor~~ :)

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    2. hmmm, so that's how you actually make them into heart/butterfly shape.. i didn't know it's that simple, cos i always wonder how when i see one in the bakery shop~~ geez!! :p

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    3. Yea, I got this idea from a blogger friend, she used turkey and I used chicken meatloaf, taste good too!

      Yea could be the reason, my pastry wasn't big enough so cannot achieve a better butterfly look.

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    4. You are so talented and willing to bake anything!! i am guessing now what will your next post be!!! Must be some creative upside down cakes!! LOL

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    5. TM, what is upside down cake ar? :p

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    6. Pineapple upside down cake. Those were popular during my grandma's era. Google it and see the lovely photos!!
      Those old folks used to bake funny cakes.

      Have you heard of Kek Nasib Baik?? Muhahahahahaha

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    7. Pineapple upside down cake, now I know what's that, hehe!

      No, I don't know what is Kek Nasib Baik, haha xD

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  14. Tell me your review of white house down after watching it, ok?

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    1. This movie is damn good. 10/10

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    2. Libby, if I watch I'll review about it here, hehe..

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    3. Agree with TM, not a single dull moment watching the movie, though the movie was 2 hours long, it doesn't feel like 2 hours.

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    4. Some more can see leng zai Channing Tatum, hehe~

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  15. Hehe..simple and pretty. I sometimes make them with chicken and turkey for a healthier touch. Though our all time fave is with bacon and ham:D

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    1. Yep, I am using chicken too, hehe~

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  16. 这个简单又好吃!其实如果你想蝴蝶造型再漂亮一些,不妨将酥皮搓薄一些,使用薄片火腿,卷起来会更贴伏,烤出来的效果更完美。

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    1. 嗯,我的酥皮不够大片所以没那么美。。不过也是吃进肚子啦,呵呵~

      谢谢你的提醒哦!

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  17. salute you...you made it sound so easy leh

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    1. can open bakery shop already leh

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    2. Aiyo not that kua cheong la!! :p

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  18. 这款。。。最近很红!!!!!

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  19. Wow..i would love to try this!

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  20. wow! very easy! shall do it one day XD (if I got oven or what hahah)

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  21. Wow, you so expert!!! I would like to have some of this, hahaha!!! =]

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  22. 留个脚印! 谢谢分享好食谱!!✿◕‿◕✿
    (Clicked on your NN adverts) ✿◕‿◕✿

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