Trini Fish Puff

Trini Fish Puffs

Fish puffs are a staple in Trini bakeries.
Usually stuffed with creamy fish paste (or chicken) in a piped choux pastry. They are delicious!

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  • http://chennette.wordpress.com Chennette

    Cheese puffs also good. And also a staple.

  • http://chennette.wordpress.com Chennette

    Cheese puffs also good. And also a staple.

  • http://www.melecotte.blogspot.com/ Chris

    Hmmm….I love when I learn new things! Looks yummy!

  • http://www.melecotte.blogspot.com/ Chris

    Hmmm….I love when I learn new things! Looks yummy!

  • rockinhorse

    Where can I find the recipe for the
    “trini fish puffs”. Or at least the “Choux Pastry”.

  • rockinhorse

    Where can I find the recipe for the
    “trini fish puffs”. Or at least the “Choux Pastry”.

  • sebastian

    pastry recipes can be found

    but im not sure how to do the filling

    flaked fish and a white sauce with seasonings???

  • sebastian

    pastry recipes can be found

    but im not sure how to do the filling

    flaked fish and a white sauce with seasonings???

  • http://TRINIGOURMET.COM Amelia

    I could not find the recipe for trini-fish-puff.

    • http://www.TriniGourmet.com Sarina

      unless the title has (recipe) in it , there isn’t one :)

  • http://TRINIGOURMET.COM Amelia

    I could not find the recipe for trini-fish-puff.

    • http://www.TriniGourmet.com Sarina

      unless the title has (recipe) in it , there isn’t one :)

  • Sebastian

    choux pastry is a french staple i have found. we as cooks should all know how to do it

    it is what they make cream puffs out of for example

    im sure i could make up a filling but sarina do u have any tips on how they make the filling?

    i would flake some fish into a cream sauce simmered with very light seasonings (possibly just black pepper or some garlic, maybe a bouquet garni or some green onion)or perhapse more intense creole seasonings. (green seasoning, hot pepper, allspice, clove… etc)

    im guessing it is up to the cook.

    i just discovered choux in “mastering the art of french cooking” volume one and two which is the most awesomest cookbook i have gotten to read in a while, just because it explains so much awesome stuff!

    choux pastry reminds me opf the spanish caribbean doughnuts/puffs bunuelos de viento

  • Sebastian

    choux pastry is a french staple i have found. we as cooks should all know how to do it

    it is what they make cream puffs out of for example

    im sure i could make up a filling but sarina do u have any tips on how they make the filling?

    i would flake some fish into a cream sauce simmered with very light seasonings (possibly just black pepper or some garlic, maybe a bouquet garni or some green onion)or perhapse more intense creole seasonings. (green seasoning, hot pepper, allspice, clove… etc)

    im guessing it is up to the cook.

    i just discovered choux in “mastering the art of french cooking” volume one and two which is the most awesomest cookbook i have gotten to read in a while, just because it explains so much awesome stuff!

    choux pastry reminds me opf the spanish caribbean doughnuts/puffs bunuelos de viento

  • http://chennette.net Chennette

    Sigh. I had a message typed up here and it didn’t go through. My error.

    As for fish puffs – the filling is more likely (commercially) to be flaked or canned fish and mayo. With the caribbean seasoning regulars. But your idea Sebastian sounds delightful. Especially in a flaky pastry fish pie too!!

    I love that Mom had Mastering the Art of French Cooking. even if it was just one volume. The pastry section in particular was great, and so clear even with just drawings!! (in our old edition, no clue what it might look like now)

  • http://chennette.net Chennette

    Sigh. I had a message typed up here and it didn’t go through. My error.

    As for fish puffs – the filling is more likely (commercially) to be flaked or canned fish and mayo. With the caribbean seasoning regulars. But your idea Sebastian sounds delightful. Especially in a flaky pastry fish pie too!!

    I love that Mom had Mastering the Art of French Cooking. even if it was just one volume. The pastry section in particular was great, and so clear even with just drawings!! (in our old edition, no clue what it might look like now)

  • Sebastian

    Thank you ladies!

    fish and mayo sounds ok by me, especially with some of that trinidad pepper sauce or mango chutney on the side!

  • Sebastian

    Thank you ladies!

    fish and mayo sounds ok by me, especially with some of that trinidad pepper sauce or mango chutney on the side!

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