A snack that will definitely get you out of trouble.
A little history of this dish
A few days ago we wrote a recipe about croquettes, the same as a confectioner Marie Antoine Karem introduced in gastronomy and today are important in the culinary world. We also owe our today’s proposal to this chef, the one who found in puff pastry possibility fill and bakewithout expecting that its result will become a springboard for opening the door to the most desired snack of the last time.
Like most gastronomic proposals, this one has also undergone variations, but not in form, but in filling. Today you can often find cakes with fillings. such as pineapple, ham, meat and even a sandwich, a real feast for the palate of visitors.
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Gastronomy: French .
Snack to eat at any time of the day
- Preparation time: 70 minutes.
- Servings: 5.
- 125 grams chopped mushrooms
- 125 grams chopped chicken breast
- 2 garlic cloves finely chopped
- 250 milliliters of milk
- 25 grams wheat flour
- 25 grams butter
- 1 sheet of puff pastry
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in a pot fry the mushrooms with garlic and a little vegetable or butter. Once they are browned, add hen and let it warm up a bit (this is a good time to deglaze with white wine and some thyme) is optional, but looks great.
When wine boil, add butter and flour Mix very well and when the workpiece acquires a semi-pasty consistency, add milk and stir until smooth sauce and thicken. season with salt pepper And so the filling is ready.
when we have in puff pastry stretched, cut into 6-8 squares and brush the edges with water, put a tablespoon of filling and close the ends of the squareforming a triangle (the upper left corner connects to the lower right) close our cake very well. lor you can press with a fork or fingers (water helps with this).
Finally we mix egg with two tablespoons of milk and grease our Easter cakes (this is optional), send it to a preheated oven for 180 degrees Celsius, 20-25 minutes and voila, chicken pies to the table.
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