Curry beef triangle

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Curry beef triangle
CurryBeef.jpg
Type Hong Kong pastry
Place of origin Hong Kong
Main ingredients Curry beef
Other information
Chinese name
Chinese 1. 咖喱酥
2. 咖喱酥餃
3. 咖喱角
Cantonese Jyutping kaa1 lei1 sou1
Hanyu Pinyin gā lí sū
Literal meaning 1. Curry Puff
2. Curry Jiaozi
3. Curry Triangle
Cookbook: Curry beef triangle  Media: Curry beef triangle

Curry beef triangle is a type of Chinese pastry.[1][2] It is one of the standard pastries in Hong Kong. It is much more rare in Chinatown bakery shops. Depending on the store, it may not be a standard everyday selection at all. These, along with other savoury pastries (pork, chicken filling) can be found in bakeries near Orchard Street in Manhattan, where it appears to be available daily. It should not be confused with the Malaysian and Singaporean curry puff.

The pastry is shaped in a half-moon crescent. It has curry beef filling in the center and is also crunchy on the outside.[2] The outer shell is thick and flaky.

See also

References

  1. ^ "咖喱酥饺". chinabaike.com. Retrieved 5 September 2012. 
  2. ^ a b hiyoungmoon (2012-03-02). "咖喱酥饺". meishichina.com. Retrieved 5 September 2012. 
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