Thursday, February 25, 2010

Bakery Style Dil Pasand( Sweet Puffs Filled With Coconut & Tuti-Fruity)



I really love dil pasand, one of my favourite bakery item ...when ever i used to go to local bakery shops in Bangalore, i never miss out this item ......it was truely a treat having it ....after so many years i remembered this favourite sweet of mine when my sister asked me why dont u try to do it and put that in our blog ..I thought hmmm well lets try it then ....... I have really tried hard here to make it as delicious as they do it in bakery ...well they do the best no one can deny it but i was nearly there could make out when it was all gone after a while when my hubby came back from his office.......was simply praising it .....hmmm now thts a big compliment when ur hubby likes it and even tells u that was Delicious..isn't it????.....Try it and ull also love it !!!!!

Ingredients

1 Sheet of puff pastry thawed

1/2 cup fresh scraped coconut

1/2 cup sugar

1/2 cup tutti fruity

4 -5 green cardamom powdered

1/4 cup water

Method

For filling
  • Heat sugar , water and powdered elaichi in water and boil now add coconut and bring to a boil and then fry till the sugar gets blended well with the coconut and then add colourful tutti fruity and mix.
  • Take 2 puff pastry and with the help of round pastry cutter cut 2 shapes one big and other a bit smaller then then first one.
  • Take the big circle place the filling now put the smaller circle on the top and seal the edges with the help of a little water.


  • Now brush a little butter on the top of prepared dil pasand then bake it in a preheated oven of 180'c for about 20 mins or till nicely baked and golden on the top.


  • Slice and serve ...

  • I simply enjoyed having it after a long time.
  • Tip : For best taste and result use fresh coconut .

107 comments:

  1. very colorful n gorgeous puffs!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Oh My !! I love love this...Thanks a ton for reminding about this.Now I can make it at home, thanks to you...hurraayyy...also this brings back lot of nostalgia :-)

    ReplyDelete
  3. This was almost out of sight,good u brought back the trend... Yummy Gorgeous looking Sweet Puffs...

    ReplyDelete
  4. oh my! that looks so lovely and delicious, Sushma! Wonderful presentation.. very impressive!

    ReplyDelete
  5. So So very lovely recipe! Love the pics as well!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Cool ! I think i might soon find bakery variations around here , this looks beautiful !

    ReplyDelete
  7. Sushma
    I think yours look as pretty as the bakery's. These are the eastern version of the chausson aux pommes to me.

    ReplyDelete
  8. wow!!i love and my favourite sweet puffs...my dad used to get dis for me everytime when i go to india..

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nice recipe and good photos. 'Yummy reffic' another word I learnt.Here in Tamilnadu they call it as Thenga bun( coconut bun)

    ReplyDelete
  10. Wow looks so yummy... we used to get in bakery na.. very tempting.. I have not tried though .. bookmarked to try this.. looks really wonderful.. My all time fav from schooldays.. and also eating slightly warm is so tasty.. my mouthwaters now..

    ReplyDelete
  11. You took me to my childhood days. We used to call it as Dil Khush. Thanks Sushma for the recipe. Sure will try this some weekend.

    ReplyDelete
  12. HI Sushma you took me to Bangalore my fav Varior Bakery. Pass me the plate.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Very tempting and yummy puff, love your presentation as well...

    ReplyDelete
  14. Thanks for your lovely comments, its just like the one made in bakery so do try it out ...

    ReplyDelete
  15. Never heard of it..looks too tempting though..:)

    ReplyDelete
  16. Fabulous puffs.Brings back lovely memories.I have been craving for thse coz we dont get to eat tese here like I didn back in India.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Sushma, I have tasted similar buns but none with these exact ingredients...which makes it so intriguing...love all the step-by-step pics!

    ReplyDelete
  18. Slurpppp!!feel like having some rite now..Lovely sweet puffs Sushma, got to try out soon..

    ReplyDelete
  19. This is delight full and Joanne being ur sweetfren too, am inviting u here for her little party(its her birthday dear -i know that u know dear) which is a suprise party for her ...do leave her a wish in the sprinkles ok.....my feeds arent working or updating ,so am trying my best to find all her pals to leave her a wish in the sprinkles before she gets there or even after....will ya help too to make it a little sucess....and leave her a wish too?

    http://vanillastrawberryspringfields.blogspot.com/2010/02/joannes-birthday-middle-eastern-chicken.html?showComment

    ReplyDelete
  20. Wow!!!! thats very colorful and gorgeous looking puffs!

    ReplyDelete
  21. Gorgeous and delectable puffs!! looks yummy..great with a cuppa!!

    ReplyDelete
  22. I love this bakery item so much but do not know how to prepare it .Now I can refer your blog if I want to make it at home .Thanks for sharing.

    ReplyDelete
  23. pass me a plate sushmaaa!!!!!!...delicious dear :)

    ReplyDelete
  24. When ever i go to bakery use to buy this. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe sushma will try soon.

    ReplyDelete
  25. A very nice and unique Dish Once again

    ReplyDelete
  26. These puffs look delicious! I could go for these for dessert any day!

    ReplyDelete
  27. Yum! How unique and wonderful! They look packed with flavor from the first bite to the last :)

    ReplyDelete
  28. OMG!! I do remember this sweet, I used to them a lot. I had totally forgotten this one. Looks fab, if I gt Tutti frutti I will give it a try.

    ReplyDelete
  29. Thanks for your lovely comments,do try this one...

    ReplyDelete
  30. Yummy,i have this once in a week from bakery ...

    ReplyDelete
  31. This is something new to me! Looks seriously delicious..wish to have urs Sush! ;)

    ReplyDelete
  32. hi Sushma,
    Good one dear :)Pastry sheets are a real blessing ...I wish we could get it here :(
    My mouth is watering looking at all the snaps, well done sweetie, and glad for all the appreciation that u got :)
    * I'll go to the nearest bakery and get this one at the earliest ;)
    Enjoy
    TC

    ReplyDelete
  33. Looks so tempting..Hey Sush u reminded me of my old day..i miss this so badly...thanks for sharing..now we can eat at home.....:D

    ReplyDelete
  34. very tempting...remember those college days where this used to be a regular..it was also called by dil khush !!

    ReplyDelete
  35. Very delicious sweet puff..kids would drool at the sight of the puff my dear..yummy yum yum:)

    ReplyDelete
  36. Oh my...it looks so perfect....I just love it ....Thanks for the lovely recipe sushma..will try it soon.

    ReplyDelete
  37. wow thats very creative of you you made Dil Pasand at home. great!!!

    ReplyDelete
  38. Wow,no words to say Shushma,you are rocking with ur recipes! All are so tempting and everyones favorite! I have to try this,bookmarking this!

    ReplyDelete
  39. Beaitoful and wish i could grab a piece.

    ReplyDelete
  40. thanks for all your wonderful comments, do keep coming...

    ReplyDelete
  41. Yum - this looks delightful!

    ReplyDelete
  42. Oh! how cool..... My forever favorite for evening tea..... When I have an urge to savor it, I tell Kuku, "Mere Dil ne aapko Pasand Kiya hai"... & he knows I'm in for dil pasanda..... I love it.... I love the use of coconut & nuts.... Hmmmmm....Yummy!!!!!! Hats Off to you!!!!!

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

    ReplyDelete
  43. omg!! homemade dilpasand
    its one of my childhood goodies
    I still remember bying dilpasand at bakery for 10/-
    its my all time fav
    thanks for the recipe and bringing back soo many memories

    ReplyDelete
  44. Oh boy, these look phenomenal! I want to try a bite!

    ReplyDelete
  45. such colorful and rich and tasty puffs..they have come out good and perfect..

    ReplyDelete
  46. wow...i just loveee this..whenever i go to any bakery shop i ll def buy this..thx for sharing ..too tempting!

    ReplyDelete
  47. Sushma this is my favorite one..with tuti fruity they sell these coconut buns at Iyengar bakery..thank you so much I never knew hot to make this..Would give you a treat if I can just for this.

    ReplyDelete
  48. Sushma,

    I was looking for this recipe, thanks dear posting it. I will give a try.

    ReplyDelete
  49. Your welcome swathi,do try and let me know....am sure u ll love this one sowjanya,was just like the bakery one, so yummy that i wanted to do it again...just love it and was having it after many many years

    ReplyDelete
  50. i love this bakery item, its so nice to found this recipe here...

    ReplyDelete
  51. Oh these puffs are my fav,long since i had these ...

    ReplyDelete
  52. this is mouth watering! Really wonderful Sushma...Thanks for sharing this recipe..

    ReplyDelete
  53. delicious ones...nice presentation dear

    ReplyDelete
  54. Good Recipe Sushma!
    Reminds me of the Coconut bun's sold at bakeries, spiced up in flourescent pinks and greens!

    ReplyDelete
  55. OMG Sushma..Dil Pasand has become my favorite too just by looking at ur beautiful clicks. This is new to me but I'm going to try this very soon. Dil Pasand Ne Dil Khush kar diya..

    ReplyDelete
  56. Last day, my cousin was telling about this.. Was surprised to see same on ur blog today!! :-)Looks so tempting Will surely try it out. Thanks for sharing

    ReplyDelete
  57. wow sush this dil pasand hv mde me hungry now...urs r come out so well, damn tempting....thnx for sharing the recipe...very nice presentatn n clicks 2

    ReplyDelete
  58. I have tried something similar back home called dil khush... this looks great!

    ReplyDelete
  59. OMG,Sush!!I used to bring these from Iyengar Bakery..I am so going to try theses one day...Ofcourse I will have to gather some courage..And I didnot know you will know who I am when I sent you a request on FB!!:)

    ReplyDelete
  60. Lovely puffs with colorful tutti-fruity.

    ReplyDelete
  61. i loved these puffs when i was a school going kid,totally forgot abt this,now remembered while seeing your post,looks great sush

    ReplyDelete
  62. Thanks for all your beautiful comments..i knew when u added me in facebook kavitha,but couldnt check fb as was little busy...

    ReplyDelete
  63. Oh this one is my all time favourite school snack. My baker uncle will come and drop it every week to my home.

    Yummy recipe. Thanks for sharing. I am going to try it for sure.

    ReplyDelete
  64. Looks yummy love to eat it now. when i was schoolling like to eat this sweet bun in India.will try this with my puff pastry.

    ReplyDelete
  65. Love these...i used to have it while in blore...now i miss them...

    ReplyDelete
  66. Yum.. I remember my cousin while in hyderabad having heart skippy moment wehn we had this for tea. I have to tell her this can be done at home too.. can't imagine how thrilled she will be.

    ReplyDelete
  67. Thanks for your lovely comments, do try this,really good one...

    ReplyDelete
  68. This is my favorite too.never tried at home.Thanks for sharing

    ReplyDelete
  69. My father used to bring this for very often when I was a kid...I love this...thanks for sharing this yummy recipe dear..looks so good...I have bookmarked this one :)

    ReplyDelete
  70. Wow....looks colourful and delicious. I love coconut and I bet these are full of awesome flavours. Love all the heart shapes around it!

    ReplyDelete
  71. Thanks rebecca,sahana,gita,mary for your wonderful comments

    ReplyDelete
  72. Love this Dil Pasand..used to have them when I was a kid..looks very tempting :)

    ReplyDelete
  73. looks crispy & beautiful

    ReplyDelete
  74. Yes, and she wrote a note also. You received yours?

    We have shared two recipes the other one wants, me posting cheesecake and hunting for the fruit bun :)

    ReplyDelete
  75. Wow.....this one is my hubby's favorite....looks lovely and tempting.

    ReplyDelete
  76. Awesome sweet puff ...1 of my favourite...want to grab the plate right now...will try it..

    ReplyDelete
  77. Mmmmm, tuti fruity pastry....I bet the aroma is irresistable especially when hot out from the oven!

    ReplyDelete
  78. I never tried it before, but I would like to, I think it's like stuffed puff pastry,yummy yummy.

    ReplyDelete
  79. thanks for all your wonderful comments...do keep coming here..

    ReplyDelete
  80. That looks lovely! Tuti-fruity brings back some great memories of my childhood!

    ReplyDelete
  81. Yum! those puffs look wooonderful! :)

    ReplyDelete
  82. Oops! My comment posted as anonymous -- it was me :)

    ReplyDelete
  83. Wow...sushma , what a lovely puff! Makes me nostalgic. We call it as thengai (coconut) bun:) On seeing your recipe, my hubby too peeked into it and started pestering me to do it at home...very nice presentation too dear.

    ReplyDelete
  84. wow!dil kush!It's my fav too sush.but never made at home until now.so it's a useful recipe 4 me...tnx
    n tnx a ton 4 ur kind words too dear

    ReplyDelete
  85. Wow you took me back to school days Sushma... Dilpasand/ dil kush have alwyas been one of my fav and get it from bakeries. Yours has come out so perfect and is making me to crave for some :)

    ReplyDelete
  86. looks delicious !!! I love this !! BTW Shushma, where do we get tuti fruity ? I cannot find them.

    ReplyDelete
  87. Thanks for your lovely comments,surely an yummy one so do try this..

    ReplyDelete
  88. Sushma!!!! after seeing this sweet dil pasand,i was craving for puffs dont get coconut this week so i tried veggie and egg puffs yesterday.

    ReplyDelete
  89. Sushma,,,really am happy for U and ur sweet comments ,,its really encouraging me. Sure,,Sushma i will try sweet version of puffs once i get a coconut i want to try it with fresh coconut as u said.

    ReplyDelete
  90. Your pics are heavenly, my dear.

    ReplyDelete
  91. hi there,

    where do I find the truity fruity, I live in redmond,washington,USA.

    ReplyDelete
  92. Hi elizabeth, thanks for dropping by, well i have no idea as to where v can find it in US, i had brought it from india ...you can use candid peels or you can try doing tutti-fruity at home itself...do check out my friends link, its really helpful
    http://elitefoods.blogspot.com/2009/07/tuti-fruity.html

    ReplyDelete
  93. Those little pies look so delicious! What a gorgeously exotic filling!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

    ReplyDelete
  94. Hi Sushma.

    I was watching Ina Garten make Sticky Buns and I was suddenly craving for the Dilpasands. A quick check in to the pantry revealed that I surprisingly had all the ingredients needed. Your site definitely helped me and I am thrilled...
    Thanks a ton..

    Shobha

    ReplyDelete
  95. hi Sushma, I'm a relatively new visitor to your blog. Great recipe for dilpasand. Totally inspired me to try little variation with nutmeg powder for a new dimension.
    http://curryinmykitchen.blogspot.com/2010/07/dil-pasand-think-iyengar-bakery.html

    ReplyDelete