POTATO PASTRY CUP
1 lb (453g) Puff Pastry Dough 2 Russet Potatoes (8 oz) 1 Cup Mozzarella Cheese 1/2 Bunch Parsley (1 oz / 28g) 1 Egg Salt, Ground White Pepper, Black Caraway Seeds Sour Cream PREPARATIONS: 1- Cook the potatoes and peel the skin. 2- Mince the parsley. 3- Roll out the pastry dough and cut them in 4 inch squares. 4- Whisk the egg. DIRECTIONS: 1- Place the potatoes in a large bowl. 2- Sprinkle salt and ground white pepper on the potatoes. 3- Mash the potatoes. 4- Add minced parsley and mozzarella cheese to the bowl and stir or mash along until well combined. 5- Place one or two spoons of the potato mixture over a pastry dough square. 6- Reach opposite ends of the square and pinch hardy to stick tight. 7- Place them on a flour cookie pan. 8- Brush with egg roll and sprinkle black caraway seeds over the surface. 9- Preheat oven to 350º F (176º C), and back the pastries for half an hour. (Pastries will open up like a blossom) 10- Remove pastries from oven and allow to cool down. 11- Fill the pastries with sour cream right before serving.
POTATO PASTRY CUP CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Potato Pastry Cup is not only a good side dish or a decorative piece, but it is quite nutritious. Russet potatoes contain considerable amounts of vitamin and minerals. Russet potatoes are high in vitamin B6, potassium and copper. They also contain vitamin C and vitamin B3. Potatoes can lower the blood pressure and the vitamin within can help building brain cells and maintaining a healthy nervous system. Mozzarella cheese is a good source of protein and calcium. The high calcium in the cheese can also help regulate and maintain a healthy blood pressure. 3.4 oz (100g) of potato pasty cup recipe has 287 calories (175 calories from fat) and 6.6 grams of saturated fat. It contains 7 percent protein, 7 percent vitamin A and 15 percent vitamin C. It contains more than 14 percent of calcium.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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