Priya of Priya's Easy n Tasty Recipes needs no introduction. She looks to be omnipresent on each blogger's posts, commenting incessantly and churning out new recipes and combos by the dozen. In fact, if she doesnt post on an average 10 posts per week, I am sure people pop in at her site and ask if all is well. A versatile blogger, she has recipes with unique combos (esp curries) that you (read I) wouldnt even imagine. She was also kind enough to give me step by step pictures upon special request..! Hats off to her energy..
Am kickstarting my quarterly guest post series with Priya's post, and what a terrific kid friendly cream roll :-)) - It came to me a while ago, but I couldnt schedule it for some reason. Apologies, Priya and thank you once again, for doing this Guest post .. Let's hear priya in her own words....
Here is my guest post for u..This rolls may sounds easier, trust me they tastes absolutely incredible and a big hit among my kids.
A small intro..
Am Priya Suresh who blogs at Priya's Versatile Recipes and i live in Paris,France. Blogging means a lot to me and i have been blogging since 2008. My space have variety of foods and numerous bakes, seriously i never thought of blogging till today as i started this space initially to share my foods i cook daily in my small kitchen. Slowly blogging became a part of my life and still keeping myself busy in blogging.
Actually i entered into this virtual world after hearing numerous encouraging words from few of my friends whenever i post my recipes in a famous food related site, also the admin of the site insisted me to open a blog to put my recipes under a roof. Then one fine day i entered to this virtual world, this is how i started this blog baby.Honestly i have to say a big thanks to each and everyone for their support and encouraging words since ever i started blogging.What else does a food blogger need..
After I started blogging,i learned to bake cakes and baked goodies without eggs and as vegan,obviously i do share many eggless and vegan bakes.Now i can bake variety of bakes as vegan or eggless and stopped running behind the dairy products or eggs if i dont have at home.
Blogging will teach us many more interesting recipes,since am curious in learning needless to say blogging teached me a lot. Somehow this keeps me blogging and helps me to stay in this virtual world since a long time.Give me anything, i can cook up with it, this is not possible with this virtual world.
When Kalyani asked me to do a guest post for her, i said immediately yes and wanted to make something interesting with simple ingredients. SInce I love baking, I baked these flaky,buttery rolls with puff pastry sheets and filled these rolls with whipped cream topped with sugar pearls. Trust me this puff pastry rolls may sounds incredibly easy, but tastewise they were just tremendous and quite addictive. Just with a simple puff pastry sheet, you can make this quick snack and obviously these rolls will vanish very much quickly once you starts filling and serving them. You can also make a savoury version,just by filling these baked rolls with your favourite savoury filling too.Just with three simple ingredients,you can make magic and these rolls are definitely kid's friendly snacks.
- 1no Puff Pastry sheet
- 1cup Whipped cream
- Sugar pearls (as per need)
- Cut the puff pastry sheet as long ropes and keep this freezer for 15minutes.
- Meanwhile with a aluminium foil, cut them as squares and fold the aluminium foil to roll them as cones or use cone shaped moulds.
- Grease the already prepared cones and keep aside.
- Now take the puff pastry ropes and roll them over the greased cones, start from the bottom of the corn,pinch and seal the edge.
- Wind the rope from the bottom to the top and pinch again the edge.
- Repeat the same process with the remaining puff pastry sheet.
- Arrange this rolled puff pastry cones over a baking sheet lined over a baking tray.
- Preheat the oven to 350F. Bake the puff pastry rolls for 15-20minutes until the crust turns golden brown.
- Let them cool completely.
- Remove the mould or the aluminium cones from the baked rolls
- Transfer the whipped cream to a piping bag, squeeze enough cream inside the rolls.
- Sprinkle enough sugar pearls on the top.
- Serve immediately.
- Take care to remove the moulds or aluminium cones from the baked rolls slowly, since the baked ones will be extremely delicate and flaky you may break the rolls.
- Let them cool completely before filling,else the whipping cream may melt.
- You can also make the same rolls with bread dough,in case you dont like or get puff pastry sheets in your place.