Egg Puffs

I am terribly missing the rains. I really don’t know why… It’s been almost four years now that I have not seen the monsoon rains. The last three times I have traveled back home has been during the summer times and the feel of the summer rains is different. It just comes in suddenly accompanied with heavy thunder and lightening, and it does rain heavily – but the feeling of monsoon rains will be simply missing. There is something in seeing the clouds rolling over from one end of the sky, the darkness, the breeze, the smell of the sand, the sound of the raindrops, the hot cup of chai and the stretched legs….
Aah… I really want to go home now, just to get that feeling. But I don’t have any hope for this time. πŸ™ I guess, just to cool myself and show you some glimpses of how the rains look in my part of the world called home, I will get in some random snaps from my previous vacations…


U see the clouds…


At my in-law’s place


Pour… In-law’s place…


That’s how it becomes in front of my parent’s house…


Moving on to today’s recipe, it’s just the simple egg puffs that we keep buying from the local bakery. If we have a pack of puff pastry at home, that it’s a breeze to make. There are no complications whatsoever in making this simple snack. Here’s the way I make it…


While I go off to a hot hot weekend – temperatures are very much hovering around 40 degrees C with the humidity peaking around 80 – hope you guys will enjoy out there, especially the people in India who are enjoying the monsoons!!! I know that monsoons are not very fun, as you cannot go as per your plans, but then for people like me who go to Kerala on vacations just to feel lazy, nothing beats the feeling of enjoying the lovely breeze with a little blanket and gazing across the skies, thinking sweet nothings… πŸ™‚



Kerala Style Egg Puffs

Course Snacks
Cuisine Malabar
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 4
Author Rafeeda


  • 2 eggs hard boiled and cut into half
  • 1 tsp oil
  • 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
  • 1 onion sliced thinly
  • 1 green chilly chopped finely
  • 1/2 tsp coriander powder
  • 1/2 tsp pepper powder
  • 1/4 tsp garam masala powder
  • Salt to taste
  • 4 puff pastry sheet thawed as per instruction
  • Milk for brushing


  • Heat oil in a small saucepan and splutter mustard seeds. Saute the onions till it becomes soft.
  • Add the green chilly and saute for a couple of minutes.
  • Add in the masalas and the salt and cook till raw smell goes. Check for seasoning and switch off. Divide the mixture into four portions.
  • Preheat your oven to 200 degrees. Spread your roaster pan with parchment paper. Dust your work area.
  • Slightly spread one puff pastry sheet. Put the onion masala and one half of the egg.
  • Fold and press the sides with your hand. Place it on the parchment.
  • Repeat for all the other three puff pastries. Using a knife, make two stashes on the top of each of the puff. Brush liberally with milk.
  • Bake the puff pastries for 20-25 minutes till the top portion becomes golden. Serve warm with a cup of hot chai!!!


1. I didn't brush the parchment with oil because the puff pastry I used was very buttery. If the puff pastry being used is dry, then you may rub little oil on the parchment.
2. Stashing with knife on the pasty is optional, but I love the way it opens up when it gets baked. πŸ™‚

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  1. Ehh puff looks crunchy and delicious.

    1. Thank u so much chandrani… πŸ™‚

  2. Oh you reminded me so much of home Rafee! Not fair πŸ™‚ I love the scent that accompanies the first few rains of the season. So earthy and so captivating. Loved that first shot of cloudy weather.

    Between, the puffs look so inviting. And simple too!

    1. Oh dun talk about the scent priya, I cud stand 4 hours just njoying it… πŸ™ thanks a lot dear…

  3. Rafeeda, lovely pics. We are great fans of KR bakers egg puffs back home.

    1. Thank u so much sebeena…

  4. you are definitely not doing me any good, showing these pictures. πŸ™ me too cant go for vacation this monsoon season, as i just got this new job, and cant take leve for the first 6 months. anyways, going down in november..inshallah !

    1. Hmm…I know all of us miss the rain back home…by November, the rains will cease but the climate will be awesome… thank u so much dear…

  5. puffs looks delicious.

    1. Thank u so much sona…

  6. These puffs look gorgeous and delicious Rafeeda.. You just made me hungry πŸ˜‰

    1. Thank u so much nilu… πŸ™‚

  7. puffs are simpley temptig.

    1. Thank u so much linsy…

  8. funny how your post reminds me of something similar..I also enjoyed puffs in rainy afternoon! That indulgent crispy layers of dough and savoury filling, yum! Delicious puffs, Rafee! My malaysian version is similar but we call it carry puffs ( karipap in malay)

    1. Thank u so much jehanne…glad I reminded u of smtg…

    1. Thank u so much femi..

  9. Awesome!! Perfect recipe for a rainy afternoon!! My dad used to buy me these almost every day in the childhood.. Missing those days πŸ™ And monsoon πŸ™

    1. Thank u so much avika… πŸ™‚

  10. hot hot puffs, tea while enjoying rain ! oh we are missing many things in life πŸ™ nostalgic and beautiful post Rafee

    1. Thank u so much shree… πŸ™‚

  11. Yeah, really missing those rains…..mouthwatering egg puffs….

    1. Thank u so much fasee…

  12. Wow… beautiful clicks combined delicious recipe

    1. Thank u so much preeti… πŸ™‚

  13. Oh eniku vyaa..mutta puffs kaanichu kodipichu on top of that rain phew!!! let me look for ticket rates!!

    1. Enitu nokiyo meena??? πŸ™‚ thank u so much dear…

  14. Even me Rafee, this time I was also during the peak summer.. Was hoping for rain and finally on the final week, had a heavy downpour.. U can imagine the heights of my happiness, right?? And by the way puff looks awesome.. One of my all time favs πŸ™‚

    1. Wow… I can really understand!!! Thank a lot dear…

  15. Feel like going back to home, love those monsoon days.. Flaky egg puffs looks termendous and super tempting.

    1. Thank u so much priya akka…

  16. nothing can fill our tummy and hunger for that climate than hot puffs from oven…well made rafee

    1. Thank u so much divya…

  17. Lovely clicks, perfect snacks for a wonderful rainy evening

    1. Thank u so much priya…

  18. Oh missing home…:( Egg puffs looks delicious Rafee.

    1. Thank u so much rekha… πŸ™‚

    1. Thank u so much dear…

  19. This is my fav snack that i can't skip anytime..Super

    1. Thank u so much shanavi…

  20. Waiting for rain here too…hazy!

    Egg puffs are so good to see dear…hope can grab some πŸ˜‰

    1. Thank u so much sri… πŸ™‚

  21. Amazing puffs ! love ur clicks πŸ™‚

    1. Thank u so much reni… πŸ™‚

  22. yummmy puffssss n super mazha clikss ! missing homee πŸ™

    1. Thank u so much nawal… πŸ™‚

  23. We had few rains but now back to the summer heat. Lovely pictures! Egg puff looks yummy and perfect for a rainy day πŸ™‚

    1. Thank u so much ambreen… πŸ™‚

  24. Hey this is great and looks awesome

    1. thank you so much raksha…

  25. Hi Rafeeda, thanks for sharing your pictures. I enjoyed looking it, there no rain over here for the past 1 week but very bad haze in Malaysia.

    The egg puff look wonderful, great to go with a cup of iced lemon tea.
    Best regards.

    1. yeah did get to know about the haze, hope it's all settling down… thank you so much… πŸ™‚

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