9. To make the karipap, take one piece of the dough and roll out flat until roughly the size of your hand. Now add approximately 1 tbsp of the chilled curry potato into the centre of the dough and fold over the edges to form a crescent with the filling sealed into the middle. Seal the edges by gently pinching the perimeter of the dough then crimp to tidy up. (Make sure you don’t over fill as they may burst open when frying.) Repeat this process until all the pastry is filled and shaped then set to one side.
If you really want to make things easier then you could simply use a ready-rolled puff pastry for the dough although the benefit of this slightly different dough is the crispy crumbly dough. Instead of using potatoes, you could also try various other root vegetables such as squash, sweet potato or pumpkin…This karipap also works great with a chicken or beef filling. Have fun making karipap!