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Filo/Phyllo/Spring roll sheets on Tava

Spring sheets

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I have tried with both Wheat flour and plain flour and found that the difference is when sheet cools down post baking; The wheat flour sheets will become brittle compared sooner than plain flour once. You can also try doing 50:50 of plain and wheat flour.

The once made in home are definitely healthier than store bought one. The process of making is similar to crepes.

I used these wraps to make all baked varities like baked Samosas (recipe link), Spring rools (recipe link) and Chocomosas (recipe link).

Yields: 12-15 sheets
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 35-40 minutes

Ingredients:

  • Wheat flour/plain flour-1 cup
  • Corn starch-2-3 tbsp
  • Salt-1/2 tsp
  • Vegetable oil-1 tsp (mixed in 2-3 tbsp water)

Procedure:

  • Sieve the corn starch, flour, salt into a small bowl and mix together.
  • Add in water stirring constantly to make a smooth runny paste.
  • In a small bowl combine 2-3 tbsp water with oil and keep aside.
  • place a non-stick pan on the flame on the lowest heat as the pan should just be warm not hot at any point.
  • Dip the paper towl in water-oil mixture and rub the pan all around.
  • Using a pastry brush – spread/brush the runny paste over the warm pan, keep dipping and brushing quickly till you are sure every part within has been coated evenly thin layer.
  • Leave for some seconds till you see the pastry film forming a solid film.
  • Once the sheet starts leaving the pan, remove carefully and place on a plate and cover with a clean damp kitchen towel. (this prevents from drying out.
  • Clean the pan with the paper towl and repeat the procedure till the whole abtter is used up.
  • Cut the pastry wraps into perfect squares with a kitchen scissors into round or square sheets.
  • These sheets are now ready to use in samosas/spring rolls.
  • Store it in the ziplock cover until or when ready to use.

Spring sheet steps

Note:

  • I used whole wheat flour so it gave bit crunchy sheets after baking, for soft texture plain flour can be used.
  • Batter should be of thin buttermilk consistency.
  • 2-3 layers of brushing is required to pan so oil is spread evenly Or it can be spread using spoon by rotating the pan.
  • Once the sheets are cooled down; Spread an even amount of oil or butter to pile the sheets one above the other. This will ensure the sheets won’t stick to each other
  • If single sheet is too thin and breaking you can make double fold or use 2 sheets
  • Size of the sheet can be adjusted as desired
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About Chitra Jagadish

My passion is Cooking & love exploring healthy recipes. This blog is all about sharing 'Recipes for Healthy living', which are my experiments at home.

Posted on October 26, 2014, in Appetizers, Indian, International, Starters and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 26 Comments.

  1. this s awesome Chits ❤

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  2. Reblogged this on Chef Ceaser.

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  3. Wow!! Home made filo?? Now that’s clever!!

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  4. MMMMMMMM,… Lovely!

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  5. Wow Chitra… Such a useful post… 🙂

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  6. sakshi bahuguna

    So sweet food.

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  7. This is the best form of homemade filo I have seen!

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  8. wow home made filo…….now no need to use frozen one……thanks for sharing this recipe Chitra……

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  9. It looks delicious … Thanks for sharing and best wishes to you, Aquileana 😛

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  10. I am going to try this soon, since my kids love spring rolls will make this for them. instead of buying readymade sheets

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