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I am going to share a very simple and delicious sardine puff recipe. I will list down what you need in making the sardine puff.

Ingredients needed:

1. A can of sardine

2. Onion (optional)

3. A pack of puff pastry (I bought "Kawan" brand ready made puff pastry from Tesco)

 

 

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Puff pastry (10 pcs per pack)

Steps:

1. Firstly cook the sardine with chopped onion in frying pan.

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2. Wrap the cooked sardine with puff pastry.

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"Lock it!"

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3. Bake in preheat oven at 210°C for 20 minutes.

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4. Served!

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Since it is very easy to prepare, I think this recipe will be useful during the preparation of birthday event, potluck, party or any other celebration.

* One can of 425ml sardine can make 2 packs of puff pastry. Total of 20 pcs.

* The puff pastry filling can be replaced with other ingredients such as tuna, cheese, chocolate, jam, curry chicken, etc. You can even make it as sweet dessert by baking the puff pastry first, and slice with mango or custard.


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#2 MnY - SH Yong 2011-04-16 22:18
Cheah cheah, then u fast fast go and get one oven la...
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#1 HC 2011-04-16 19:36
wow, looks so easy. But...i need to buy an oven first d... haha
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