Spicy tuna borekas are great appetizers, not only because they're delicious but also because they're parve and can be served at any type of event. Here's what you'll need:
(makes 18 medium sized borekas)
1 package puff pastry cut into 18 pieces
3 small tuna cans packed in oil or 2 large cans packed in water
1 tbsp sriracha sauce (hot sauce)
3 tbsp mayonnaise
1/4 tsp garlic powder salt and pepper
Mix the tuna with the rest of the ingredients till everything is well incorporated and set aside.
Lightly flour a board, cut the dough into 18 pieces (the layers of the dough should be parallel to you board, if you roll it out on the wrong end, you will get no puff from your pastry) and roll each piece out. I add some flour as needed so that no sticking occurs, and roll the sheet out about 1/4 inch thick, too thin and it will not puff enough. I then put a tbsp of filling almost in the middle, put water on the edge and fold over. Now, if I make cheese, spinach or mushroom ones, I fold them over to form a triangle, when I make potato or tuna ones, I fold them into a log, for the meat I make half circle (you can make a triangle then use a glass to round off the pastry.
Once they are all prepared, cover with egg wash and sesame seeds then put in a 350F oven for around 50 minutes till golden and puffed. If you don't seal the edged well, you filling might leak out. I like them best served warm.