The toughest part in the whole baking process for these pot pies is the rolling and folding pastry sheet process.
By Han Ker
- 500g chicken
- 4 shitaki mushrooms
- 1 cans of button mushroom (I used preserved)
- 1 potato
- 1 carrot
- 1 onion
- few stalk of spring onion
- Oyster sauce
- pinch of salt
- soya sauce
- dark soya sauce
- 225g plain flour
- pinch of salt
- 225g chilling butter cubes
- 150ml chilled water
- Sift the flour and salt into a mixing bowl.
- Rub the butter cubes into the flour until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs.
- Put the mixture on top of a plastic sheet and cover with another plastic sheet. Roll into sheet to around 25 cm squarish.
- Fold the lower third of the pastry over the centre third, and the top third of the pastry down over that.
- Wrap it with cling film and store in fridge at least 30 minutes.
- Take out from fridge. Roll it into flat sheet again and repeat the step 4 above.
- Repeat step 5 and 6 again.
- Cut the pastry sheet into the mold shape by using same size cookie cutter..
- Scope the mushroom chicken into dish and cover with pastry.
- Send into oven and back for 20 minutes ontil the pastry turn brown and flaky look.
- Cool and decorate them with own grow basil leaves as topping.
Han Ker began baking since 8 years old with her mum, more after she started her blog - Hankerie (http://www.hankerie.com) 2 years ago. She nonetheless possesses a passion for baking and creating in the kitchen, and applies her own creativity for crafting out her own recipes. Her specialty are pastries and sweet treats, as well as bread – as evidenced by the goodies that come from her kitchen. Determined to make the products of her creative imagination a reality, Han Ker is a firm believer that nothing is impossible if you try enough times. Apart from that, Blog-hopping has inspired her, and she shares openly without a care for the jealous hoarding of information. She is unendingly curious and is always seeking out new recipes to try, a method she insists works great in keeping the brain juices flowing while at home. She is truly a home baker of substance, a blogger, and cook with plenty to offer.