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Ingredients

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2 Puff Pastry sheets I used home made puff pastry. You can choose to use the store bought one too
2 tbsp Butter
1 cup Fresh coconut
1/3 cup Tutti fruitty
2 tbsp Raisins
2 tbsp Cashew
1/4 cup Brown sugar
3 tbsp Butter

Nutritional information

3459
Calories
250g
Fat
260.4g
Carbohydrates
39.28g
Protein
1259mg
Sodium
439mg
Potassium

Dilpasand

Cuisine:
  • 30 mins
  • Serves 6
  • Medium

Ingredients

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If you have eaten at Bangalore Iyengar bakery , then you would not have missed their speciality Dilpasand. It is  a sweet dish predominately using coconut and tuttifruity and for the outer covering puff pastry is used. I had been planning to bake these for a long time , and it fit perfectly for the theme of baking marathon for this month. I think this is one of the few baked goodies that I love and had a big slice of it and it reminded me of my school days. I think you should also try out this super easy dilpasand soon.

 

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Steps

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FOR THE FILLING

Heat 2 tbsp of butter in a pan and let it melt. Now add the coconut to it and saute till a good aroma emanates. Do not let it brown.Now add the sugar, mix well. Switch off the fire. Now add the tutti fuitty, raisins and cashew. Mix well. Let it cool completely

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FOR THE COVERING

If you are using the frozen sheets, thaw them completely. Slightly roll out the sheets. Take 2 lids or plates , one bigger and one a little smaller, keep it on the pastry sheets, mark it and cut it out.

3
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Take the bigger circle. Keep the filling inside leaving a little space all around. Brush this area with milk.

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Now place the smaller circle on this and fold the edges as shown

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Preheat the oven to 190C

6
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Brush the dilpasand with melted butter and bake them for 16-18 minutes or until it starts to brown and become flaky and crisp. Transfer them to a wire rack and serve when cool

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Veen, this is my husband’s absolute favorite bakery product. He would go crazy over this. I don’t know why I missed out on making this. I will definitely make this after the mega marathon craze is done. Looks great Veena.

Ah veena ! Surely brought Bk memories of Bangalore bakeries for me. I made mini ones with usual pizza dough, these with the puff pastry must hv tasted delicious.. chennai le enge kadikkum puff pastry sheets ?

This is my husband’s favorite and he keeps pestering me to make it. I guess, I should now. It looks gorgeous….never thought of doing it with puff pastry sheets. Bookmarking this as I take a walk to the nearest iyengar bakery to grab one now

i have never found these in mumbai bangalore bakeries…i should visit the real ones in bangalore to explore this one..this looks so good, rich yet healthy

One of my cousin made it once and that was my first time eating Dilpasand. Your post reminded me of how delicious it was. Thanks for the recipe — I can make it at home too.

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15 Comments Hide Comments

Veen, this is my husband’s absolute favorite bakery product. He would go crazy over this. I don’t know why I missed out on making this. I will definitely make this after the mega marathon craze is done. Looks great Veena.

Ah veena ! Surely brought Bk memories of Bangalore bakeries for me. I made mini ones with usual pizza dough, these with the puff pastry must hv tasted delicious.. chennai le enge kadikkum puff pastry sheets ?

This is my husband’s favorite and he keeps pestering me to make it. I guess, I should now. It looks gorgeous….never thought of doing it with puff pastry sheets. Bookmarking this as I take a walk to the nearest iyengar bakery to grab one now

i have never found these in mumbai bangalore bakeries…i should visit the real ones in bangalore to explore this one..this looks so good, rich yet healthy

One of my cousin made it once and that was my first time eating Dilpasand. Your post reminded me of how delicious it was. Thanks for the recipe — I can make it at home too.

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