Dienstag, 24. April 2012


When i was filling the puff pastry with apples i was thinking about a savory filling for some puff pastry appetizers or snacks. Then i reminded me of this delicious vegetarian puff pastry strips that my colleague once brought to work. Her recipe was with cheese and sour cream cheese. I neither had a vegan cheese nor a vegan sour cream cheese at home. In Addition... they are very expensive. So i tried to make them with drained yogurt and without cheese and i really was so surprised how good they have become. It´s really an easy and yummie snack for partys or something like that!!!

  • 2 sheets of  puff pastry
  • 500g unsweetened soy-yogurt
  • 1/2 - 3/4  package organic onion soup powder
  • 3 tbsp poppy seeds
  1. Fill yogurt into coffe filters and let it drain overnight or at least 2 hours.
  2. Mix the drained yogurt with the onion soup powder. Taste from the mixture. Don´t take too much of the powder. It shouldn´t be too spicy!
  3. Roll out the  puff pastry into equal-sized pieces. Give something of the yogurt mixture on one of the sheets. Place the second sheet evenly on top of the first sheet, pressing lightly to seal.
  4. Use a sharp knife and cut the dough into strips. Spread the poppy on a work surface and place the strip on it. Press a little bit, so that the poppy can stick on the dough.
  5. Twist each strip into a spiral shape and transfer to a perpared baking sheet. Press down at the tips.
  6. Bake in a pre-heated oven according to package instructions or until puffed and golden.


  1. I saw this on Vegansaurus, can't wait to try baking my own! I LOVE your blog name, by the way. :)

  2. Thank you very much!!!! Have you tried it already? If you get a vegan sour-cream, i think i would try that one, cause this is actually the original recipe!! But we can´t buy this here in shops, that´s why i used yogurt=)

  3. What is the consistency of the final product? I'm wanting to make a dip to go along with it. :)