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Crispy and golden on the outside with a spicy savory potato filling, this scrumptious Malaysian snack is sort of a cross between a samosa and an empanada and is usually found sold freshly fried at roadside stalls. Some versions don't bother with the spiral crust, but I can assure you it adds a delectable flaky crunch that completely elevates this traditional teatime treat to another level.
The recipe below is easy though a little tedious with the multiple steps, but creates a pastry that stays crispy even when the puffs have cooled down. Form them as large or small as required- they also freeze well, so make ahead of time and fry straight from frozen when needed.
Spiral Curry Puffs (Epok-Epok/Karipap Pusing)
Makes about 30 small puffs
Firstly, The Two Doughs You Need For Spiralling
- Water Dough
Combine the following and knead the following with your fingers or a dough hook attachment on your mixer until soft, pliable and non-sticky:
½ tsp salt
½ cup lukewarm water
1 small beaten egg
1 tbsp of oil
Divide and roll into two equal balls, then cover (otherwise it will dry out) and leave to rest for 30 mins.
- Grease dough
Knead 75g softened butter into 150g flour until shiny and smooth (I used to do the shortcrust pastry thing by cutting in cold butter cubes, but I've discovered room temperature butter actually works much better!). Divide and roll into two equal balls.
Water dough on the left, grease dough on the right
Next, The Curried Potato Filling
Finely chop/blend these together and saute in a little bit of oil over medium heat until fragrant:
1 large onion
2 garlic cloves
2 dried chillies, soaked
Add and stir until well-combined:
2 tbsp good curry powder (I like Baba's)
2-3 large potatoes, cut into small cubes
Salt and sugar to taste
About 1 cup water
Optional: a sprinkling of curry leaves if you have it
Simmer, stirring occasionally until all moisture is absorbed and potatoes are tender. Leave to cool thoroughly before using.
Assembling the Curry Puffs: A Step-by-Step Picture Guide
Enclose one ball of grease dough neatly in a ball of water dough.
On a lightly floured surface, roll out into a very thin oval with a rolling pin,
then roll up tightly from one end to the other like a Swiss roll.
Turn the rolled up tube 90 degrees (so one end faces you) and repeat the previous step- flatten it thinly again lengthwise into a long oval , then roll up tightly like a Swiss roll.
With a sharp knife, slice into 1cm discs (or thicker if making larger puffs). The spiral layers should be clearly visible.
Flatten each disc into a thin circle with a rolling pin (as thin as you can get it without the layers splitting apart).
Place the rolled out pastry onto a curry puff mould (or use your palm if you don't have one). Fill with just enough curried potato in the middle- not too much or it will burst!
Fold the mould over carefully to enclose, peeling off any excess pastry from the sides. If you prefer to crimp manually, pinch the edges flat and fold in at a 45 degree angle to form a rope as pictured.
The assembled curry puffs- one manually crimped, one made with a mould behind it. At this point the puffs can be frozen for future use if you like.
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Looks super good and delicious! One question though.. how many times do we need to roll out and flatten the dough before it’s ready to be sliced for wrapping? Thank you in advance:)
What kind of dried pepper was used?
Thankyou for sharing this recipe. I have always wanted to know how to make these curry puffs. will definitely try it out. Keep sharing.
I make this recipe every few months when the craving strikes overseas. My friends love it so much and there’s never any left. Thanks for the detailed instructions, really helps!