Sunday, 2 August 2009

Little hearts / Palmiers

LITTLE HEARTS

Ingredients :

1 Puff pastry sheets and
1/4 cup fine sugar.

Method:
Thaw the puff pastry sheets. unfold the sheet and sprinkle some sugar on it and start rolling one side till you reach the middle of the sheet. Now fold (roll) the other side till the middle and bring one side on top of the other,like a book. Keep in the refrigerator for 15-20 minutes.
Now cut them into 1 inch pieces and dip both the sides in some sugar and place them on a cookie sheet and bake in a pre-heated oven at 220 C/ 425 F for 8 -10 minutes or until they get light brown in color.

Source : This recipe is adapted from Cham's Spice club. She has made the perfect little hearts I have ever seen. Actually she has made savory ones. But I opted to make these sweet ones for my 2 year old son, who calls it ''sugar cookies '' :)

17 comments:

Pooja said...

Looks so delicious! Definitely kids favourite :)

Padma said...

Looks so delicious. Definitely kids will love it :)

Divya Vikram said...

I make this often whenever I crave for little hearts biscuit!

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Nice one came out good...check mine Palmiers in www.sailajakitchen.com
sailaja

Priya said...

Yummm!!! my all time favourite!

ganga said...

looks yummy

Parita said...

So perfect!

Ann said...

yum Faisa

Arlette said...

Hello Faiza

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Arlette said...

hello Faiza

I am trying to send you an email, and it keeps coming back as rejected... can you please check it out and let me know...thanks Arlette

Arlette said...

Hello again my dear...
sorry I missed commenting on your nice looking palmiers... they look very delicious...
thanks for sharing.

Duchess of Tea said...

Thank you for visiting my cottage and for the lovely comment you left behind, much appreciated. Your blog is delicious, I will come back later to read more posts.

Duchess xx

Katy ~ said...

What a clever way to make these. I've never used puffed pastry before, though I have long wanted to try, so I think this would be a delicious place to start. Thank you for sharing this idea.

Faiza Ali said...

Thanks Pooja, Padma, Divya, Sailaja,Priya, Ganga, Paritha, Ann, Arlette, Duchess and Katy for all the lovely words. Its so sweet of you guys :)

Smitha said...

I saw the similar recipe on food network last week. Those palmiers look so cute.

kittymatti said...

delicious! looks rally great dear

Pavithra said...

Looks delicious dear.. so healthy too. perfect for dip and spread hah..

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