Friday, May 6, 2011

Cinamon Sugar Twists, Sweet Puff Pastry Twists





Hi Everyone!...Its been a long time I wrote something...almost nearly 2 weeks. Missed it....Though I wanted to....I was just overwhelmed with lot of things going on, decisions to make, couldn't concentrate!
Today I just wanted to write something and decided I will do it! :)

That was the not so good news, but here is the good news....finding some of my old college mates and talking to each one of them was a very good feeling! It always so nice to revive old memories and it surely would be a good if we get to relive them....but unfortunately since we cannot...at least we can talk about them and revive them! It always is fun talking to all my friends....Thanks guys for being there! :)

So to toast to these sweet memories, I wanted to post something sweet.....and since I haven't really cooked anything special or something new in the past few days....I am posting something from my drafts. I made this when I made Spinach and cheese Pinwheels the along with another snack, which I will post in a few days

This is a simple, kid friendly snack, which I also obviously love to eat, only because of the flavor brown sugar imparts to the dish and also when this is baked, the sugar melts and leaks out making the bottom of the twist, crunchy with goodness! If you like that burnt or almost burnt brown sugar with Cinnamon...you should really try this. You can take it out before it gets burnt and the twists will be awesome for sure!

I made these small, for easy handling, but you can surely make them as long as you want! :)






Ingredients:

1 pack of puff pastry sheets (2 sheets in a pack)

Brown sugar
ground Cinnamon

egg wash (beat egg with 1 tbsp of water or milk)
(egg wash can be substituted with only milk)


Method:

Thaw the puff pastry sheets according to the directions on the pack.
Pre-heat oven to 400 degree F.

Lay out one sheet on a floured base.
Sprinkle brown sugar on the whole sheet.
Sprinkle ground Cinnamon next all over.

Now If you want to make them small (half of the sheet size), then fold over the sheet top to bottom.
If you want to make full size, then lay the other sheet on the top.

Cut into thin strips, twist and lay on the baking tray lined with either parchment paper or foil.

Brush with egg wash or milk.
Bake @ 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes or until they brown.
Remove and let cool before serving!
Enjoy!!!



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32 comments:

  1. looks so yummy ..wish I too had a oven ...hmmm

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  2. wow..real crisp dear... looks awesome..

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  3. The clicks are so beautiful and tempting too..I used to make different shapes with the same cinnamon + sugar and however they are made they are just melt-in-our-mouth variety :)

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  4. I bet these twists were addictive! I can munch on them all day!

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  5. I made this sticks too, so I know better how it tastes..Delicious isn't it ? Super Smitha dear, I bet ,u rkids must hv enjoyed a lot

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  6. YYummy Delicious. Want to grab them.

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  7. The clicks looks so very tempting... Would be great to munch-on a few sticks...

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  8. Love 2 grab n eat those melting delicacies

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  9. Smitha they look awesome. Perfectly done. Its very tempting cannot wait to have them.

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  10. Where did u bring those puff pastry sheets. Send me mail dear.

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  11. Just perfect. Any idea where I can find puff pastry sheet in Bangalore?

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  12. wow dear love these....so easy and yummy

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  13. Lovely clicks , looks delicious.

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  14. Wonderful crisp puff twists,awesome clicks.I think your kids enjoyed a lot.

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  15. it looks so perfect and crispy...very tempting clicks too..kids will surely love this..:)

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  16. They looks awesome...so tempting..would love to munch on these...cinnamon and brown sugar is a heavenly combo.

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  17. wow.. i am drooling here.looks so good..

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  18. Thank u smitha. Grocery in the sense american or indian.

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  19. Cinnamon twisst looks great.a must try one.

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  20. Yumm, feel like munching some..love it...

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  21. Pasty Twists look amazingly delicious and crispy.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  22. the twists keep me hooked smitha- yum !

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  23. oh they look so pretty/....i would just love them with cup of warm tea!

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  24. It looks so pretty ...i would to eat them right away with hot cup of tea!

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  25. I made the spicy version of these a few days back will make these sweet cinnamomy one with the half a pack left in the freezer :) looks yummy to the core with absolutely gorgeous pics!
    US Masala

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  26. that looks so delicious Smitha!!!! gotta try this..so so perfect n yumm!!

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  27. I've wanted to make these for so long, and now you remind me and tempt me with this post and those lovely pictures. Sure will give it a try, soon!

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  28. these are so perfect in shape!! Looks like have been bought from a good shop....Veryyy nice work....I will definitely try this one

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