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Puff Pastry (Yeast Unleavened-Carbonated)

Portion: 2-4 Persons Preparation: 10 min Cooking: 10 min
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Hello Dear Friends,

Next week with puff puff pastries I hope starting it will cheer you up as much as I do :) The difference between these pastries is that they almost never absorb oil, they are puffy, but they are dry. This definitely makes it easier to consume with other flavors for breakfast.

puff pastry with yoghurt

There is no need to rest the dough after kneading, just have some working flour (2-3 tablespoons) with you. The dough comes together nicely, but the counter needs to be floured for easy rolling.

While I was cutting the dough, I used one of the coffee and water glasses, the mouth size is almost as much as a tea glass. It turns out about 33 pieces of mini dough. Sometimes I make 2 eggs with 1 tea glass of milk and close to 2,5 water glasses of flour, then it tastes more eggy, but it looks like profiterole balls :)

Be careful when frying because the dough is thin and rises and browns very quickly. Quickly turn the other side and fry in hot oil as much as possible. You can tell when the oil is sufficiently heated by throwing a piece of the leftover dough into the oil.

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Ingredients for Puff Pastry (Yeast-Free-Carbonate) Recipe

  • 1 pieces of eggs
  • 1 teaspoon of yogurt
  • 1 sweet spice salt
  • 1,5 water glass flour
  • 1 packet of baking soda (5 g)
  • oil for frying

How to Make Puff Pastry (Yeast Unleavened-Carbonate) Recipe?

  1. Put the egg and yogurt in a mixing bowl and mix well.
  2. Add flour, baking soda and salt and knead a slightly sticky dough.
  3. Take the dough on the floured counter and knead for 2 more minutes, flour the counter and roll it out thinner than half an inch with the help of a rolling pin.
  4. Cut circles from the dough using a glass.
  5. Fry both front and back in the hot oil.
  6. Take the fried dough in a bowl lined with paper towel and serve.
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"Puff Pastry (Yeast Unleavened-Carbonated)7 comments for ”

  • On January 07, 2021 at 11:51 am
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    tried for the first time.exact recipe.same as in the pictures and it was light.thanks :))

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  • Oct. 14, 2018 at 09:47 PM
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    I've been loving your recipes for years, but I wouldn't want this to be my first comment. I'm sorry the recipe is different from the photo. I made it because the recipe was complete it had lumps that were salty and not puffy and tasted carbonated

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    • Oct. 14, 2018 at 20:24 PM
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      Hello Ms. Ayşe, the recipe is a recipe I make very often and it has been tried a lot by my followers. You know that because you've been following me for years, I won't share a recipe that I didn't get really good results with. I think you may have had a problem with either flour or baking soda. You can see photos of other people who tried it in your Instagram story. love.

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  • On February 09, 2018 at 17:38
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    Well done to your hands, they have swelled up very nicely. Are the ones in the picture made with the ingredients in the recipe or as you wrote above (two eggs, milk)?

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    • On February 09, 2018 at 20:34
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      Hello, the ones in the photo are the ones with 2 eggs and milk. Others rise in the same way. Yours sincerely

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  • On February 05, 2018 at 22:13
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    They are very toned, well done ☺ I always cut them like a baklava slice, I never thought of that ☺

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