Curry puffs were one of my many favourite childhood snacks to eat when I was growing up. Traditionally, curry puffs are deep fried with beef mince and potatoes, but this curry puff recipe today is a slightly healthier version made with sweet potatoes, a few other vegetables, and baked rather than fried.

I have made this so many times in the last month just because I am obsessed not only with how delicious they are but also how simple they are to make. You can make them for lunch or dinner and serve them with a big bowl of rockets and cherry tomato salad with some balsamic dressing, or make them for your next party or picnic.

Mixture fillings can be made a day ahead and all you need to do is to wrap them up in the pastry and bake them! Enjoy!


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Baked Sweet Potato Curry Puffs

Baked Sweet Potato Curry Puffs Prep time: 20 mins Cook time: 1 h 0 mins Serves: 12 puffs
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