half moonsSubmitted by: UMMWALEED
IntroductionThese are nice appetizers in the shape of a halfmoon. They're crispy outside with a creamy chicken filling.
It takes a while to make the whole batch but they last a long time as they are frozen and you only bake as many as are needed. These are nice appetizers in the shape of a halfmoon. They're crispy outside with a creamy chicken filling.
It takes a while to make the whole batch but they last a long time as they are frozen and you only bake as many as are needed.
Flour, white, 2.5 cup
Canola Oil, 2 tbsp
Salt, 1 tsp
2 cup boiling water
Chicken Breast,1 lb, cubed
2 Onions, chopped
Yellow Sweet Corn, Frozen, 0.5 cup
Green Bell Peppers, 0.5 cup, chopped
Salt to taste
1/2 t green chilles
1/2 t cumin powder
1 t garlic paste
WHITE SAUCE FOR FILLING
Milk, 1%, 1 cup
Cornstarch, 1 T
Egg white, 2 serving
Corn Flakes crumbs
Make filling by placing cubed chicken, onions, green peppers and corn in a pot. Add spices and cook till all moisture is evaporated.
Make sauce by mixing milk and cornstarch and boiling till thick add salt and pepper to taste. now add to the filling and combine. Let cool then add some chopped cilantro.
Make dough using flour oil and boiling water.
Roll out 1/6 of dough then cut out circles using a round 3-4 inch cookie cutter. place 1 tsp of filling in each circle then fold over like a half moon and pinch edges to seal.
Now dip each halfmoon in eggwhite then coat with cornflakes crumbs. Place on a cookie sheet in a single layer and freeze.
Repeat 'till all dough and filling is used up.
Once frozen they can be stored in a Ziploc Freezer bag.
To serve spray with nonstick cookng spray and Bake at 350 for about 30 min or until crispy and lightly browned.
Number of Servings: 55
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user UMMWALEED.
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Panko is coarse Japanese bread crumbs. - 8/15/10
Reply from UMMWALEED (8/17/10)
Thanks for the reply.
Delicious. A lot of work initially, but it makes enough that you dont have to do it often. Will definitely be making again.
I used Panko instead of cornflakes - 4/2/10
Reply from UMMWALEED (4/5/10)
Glad u liked them.