SIDES
Potato Blossom Puree
Look for potatoes that are firm and free of cracks, blemishes, or soft spots. Avoid potatoes that have begun to sprout as it means they're old.
HERO INGREDIENT
Orange Blossom Water
Bored of drinking water? Add a dash of orange blossom in your water to enjoy a subtly flavoured and slightly sweetened water
4
SERVES
40 min
TIME
EASY
LEVEL
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Ingredients

1 puff pastry sheet rolled-out and dusted with flour

400g ground beef

1 medium red onion, chopped

1 ½ tablespoons sumac

1 tablespoon Arabic 7-Spice mix (found in most stores)

1 ½ -tablespoon pomegranate syrup

½ cup Kashkaval cheese, shredded

¼ cup plain yogurt

For topping/sprinkling over each pastry:

-cup plain yogurt

¼ cup honey

Pomegranate seeds

Pine nuts 

Method

1. Preheat the oven to 170 degrees Celsius.

2. Sauté the ground beef and onions until cooked over medium heat. Blend in Sumac, Arabic 7 spice, pomegranate syrup and cheese. Turn the heat off and set aside to cool down. Roll out the puff pastry sheet. 

3. Using a medium glass cup, turn upside down and make circle shapes in the pastry.  Lay the pastry flat on a cookie sheet. Or, as I like to do, lay softly on top of a mini sized cupcake pan so your pastry has a dipped shape. 

4. Spoon in the ¼ cup plain yogurt into the cooled meat mixture.  Over each pastry, spoon a generous amount of meat filling.

5. Bake until golden, approximately 10 minutes. 

6. While baking, mix the cup plain yogurt with honey.

7. Allow to cool. Over each pastry, add a dollop of sweet yogurt then top it with pomegranate seeds and pine nuts. 

Take note! This recipe uses the following:
SUMAC
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