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Thai Chicken Curry Pastries

A consistant hit for me at house parties which can be made ahead of time and thrown in the oven. This is a result of tweaking and combining two recipes that produce an excellent appetizer or finger food. Phyllo dough can be a little messy/flaky to deal with but I find easier and healthier than deep frying with regular dough; just work quickly with the dough as it'll dry out.

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  • Heat oil in wok or frying pan, add in onion and garlic, cooking over low medium heat until golden.
  • Raise heat to medium high and add in chicken, stir frying until it changes color.
  • Add oyster sauce and pepper, stir and cover, reducing to low heat for 5 minutes.
  • Stir in potatoes, sugar, and curry powder, cover and cook 5 more minutes.
  • Remove from heat and allow to cool.
  • Lay out phyllo dough strips, three strips thick, lightly coat with melted butter, and place filling in the middle. Fold into triangle or square shape, or whatever shape you like.
  • Bake in oven at 375 for 10 minutes on baking sheet, or until lightly browned.
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"A consistant hit for me at house parties which can be made ahead of time and thrown in the oven. This is a result of tweaking and combining two recipes that produce an excellent appetizer or finger food. Phyllo dough can be a little messy/flaky to deal with but I find easier and healthier than deep frying with regular dough; just work quickly with the dough as it'll dry out."
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  1. Dr. Sessions
    A consistant hit for me at house parties which can be made ahead of time and thrown in the oven. This is a result of tweaking and combining two recipes that produce an excellent appetizer or finger food. Phyllo dough can be a little messy/flaky to deal with but I find easier and healthier than deep frying with regular dough; just work quickly with the dough as it'll dry out.
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