I love puff pastry. it's very versatile and no matter what you'll make with it, it will come out great.
I usually enjoy puff pastry filled with potatoes or some kind of salty cheese.
I've seen a recipe of Sabich puff pastry and really wanted to make it.
So what is Sabich actually?
Sabich is an Israeli sandwich, consisting of Pita stuffed with fried eggplants and hard boiled eggs.
Why is it called Sabich?
Well some say Sabich comes from the Arabic word "Sa-bah" which means morning and
they were typical ingredients in the Iraqi breakfast.
Instead of the usual Pita, we use puff pastry and fill it with plenty of cheese, bake it and then fill it like a sandwich with fried eggplants and boiled egg.
cheddar cheese, diced to cubes
bulgarian cheese, diced to cubes
egg, beaten for brushing
slices of eggplants, fried
hard boiled eggs
Heat oven to 180C/356F.
Cut a square shapes out of the puf pastry and fill each square with cheese.
Close each square into a triangle by taking the up right end side and placing it
over the bottom left side. Close the sides completely.
Brush with the egg and sprinkle with sesame.
Bake for 25-30 minutes and when done wait a little bit to cool.
Cut the puff pastry on the side and fill with fried eggplant slices and sliced boiled egg.