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Puff Pastry Soup

   

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Chunky Soup with Puff Pastry
Chunky Soup with “Puff Pastry Hat” (Cheater’s Edition)

This is how I “dress up” a can of soup to make it taste yummier and look more gourmet. With just a can of chunky soup, puff pastry and an oven, this cute looking soup bowl with a “puff pastry top hat” can be served effortlessly. As you dig into the soup, the puff pastry will sink into the soup making it delightfully soggy. It is a fun way to enjoy an otherwise boring can of soup. Because canned soup was used here, the preparation time is only about 15 minutes.

Chunky Soup with Puff Pastry

This was actually a kitchen experiment where I tried to mimic the soup with bread top that I had in my school days at Country Manna restaurant. Back then, this soup was the reason I went to Country Manna, and it was such a treat. I was so fascinated with the bread that was on top of the soup bowl back then. Recently, after I saw a recipe for chicken pot pie using puff pastry, and I realised that puff pastry is likely the “bread” on top of my soup and so I tried it out with a can of soup. I think this was a successful experiment in finding out how it was done.

Ingredients
(serves 2)
- 1 can (around 500g) of chunky soup (those type that do not need to add water, just heat up and consume)
- a small piece of frozen puff pastry*
- 1 egg, beaten
- water

Tools
- oven
- pastry brush
- oven-safe soup bowls or ramekins
- a work surface dusted with flour
- a rolling pin dusted with flour

Directions (Step by Step Photos)

How to make chunky soup with puff pastry
1. Thaw the frozen puff pastry at room temperature for about 1/2- 1 hour

How to make chunky soup with puff pastry
2. Dust the roller and surface you are working on with some flour. Cut a portion of the puff pastry.

How to make chunky soup with puff pastry
3. Roll out the dough as thin as you can (about 1 mm).

How to make chunky soup with puff pastry
4. Empty the soup into oven-safe soup bowls.

How to make chunky soup with puff pastry
5. Cut out a piece of rolled puff pastry dough to cover the soup bowl. Secure the edges with water.

How to make chunky soup with puff pastry
6. Using a pastry brush, brush egg all over the puff pastry so that it will have a nice sheen after baking.

How to make chunky soup with puff pastry
7. Bake in preheated oven of 180C (356F) for roughly 10-15 minutes till the puff pastry is puffy and golden brown.

* Where to buy puff pastry in Singapore. You can purchase it at the frozen section of supermarkets. I purchase mine (Sunshine brand) at NTUC Tampines Mall. Only the bigger NTUC outlets sell this. You can also get it at other supermarkets such as Cold Storage.

                                           

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68 Responses to “Puff Pastry Soup”

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  1. Ms Moon — March 16, 2010 @ 9:24 pm

    Oh my… Country Mana…. this was the place I hung out with my friends for special celebrations during those wonderful days… After Country Mana pulled out, I got my puff pastry soup from Delifrance & Cafe Cartel. You just reminded me that I can actually prepare it at home too! ^^

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    • wiffy replied: — March 19th, 2010 @ 4:07 pm

      so Singapore no more Country Manna? I was still wondering if it is still around. I didn’t know Delifrance and Cafe Cartel serve this soup :)

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  2. yen — March 16, 2010 @ 9:30 pm

    WOW.. this is looking REALLY good! need to go raid the kitchen now…

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  3. Joyce — March 16, 2010 @ 9:35 pm

    This is as lazy as one can get and still get something delightful! Haha! Reminds me of me when Im really pressed for time and trying to impress friends by good ole technique of CHEATING!

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  4. tracieMoo — March 16, 2010 @ 9:55 pm

    Campbells! My absolute favouriteee.. Mum have been bugging me to do this.. I see that you have just reminded me to! Simple and yummy!!

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  5. Pei-Lin — March 16, 2010 @ 10:05 pm

    Wow!! Scrumptious looking meal!! Puff pastry + Cream of chicken = Irresistible!

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  6. tasteofbeirut — March 16, 2010 @ 10:33 pm

    It looks like something out of a Gourmet magazine! Beautiful, you make me want to devour this soup now! (even though it was a can!)

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    • wiffy replied: — March 19th, 2010 @ 4:08 pm

      yes the puff pastry makes a can soup more delectable definitely

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  7. Fearless Kitchen — March 16, 2010 @ 10:41 pm

    This is a really cute idea – great way to dress up canned soup!

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  8. aruna — March 16, 2010 @ 11:20 pm

    Very cute idea, looks lovely n yumm!

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  9. Ching — March 16, 2010 @ 11:51 pm

    Wow yummy! So easy with can food and store bought pastry too!

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  10. MaryMoh — March 17, 2010 @ 12:23 am

    Looks simple to prepare and yet delicious….mmmm.

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