Pate Ayisyen ~ Haitian Patties

Pate Ayisyen ~ Haitian Patties
Pate Ayisyen ~ Haitian Patties
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The Pate Ayisyen or Haitian Patties are beef filled puff pastries that are served in every restaurant and food cart in Haiti. This Haitian recipe is easy to make and is so good your taste buds will do the happy dance.

If you don’t want to make the puff pastry dough you can buy it in the refrigerated section of most grocery stores.

Ingredients You Will Need to Make Haitian Patties

For the Dough:

365 by Whole Foods Market, Flour, All-Purpose, 5 Pound

  • Brought to you by Whole Foods Market.
  • Unbleached and enriched with vitamins and minerals
  • Milled for baking quality and consistency.

Price: $3.49 ($0.22 per Ounce)

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365 by Whole Foods Market, Seasonings, Sea Salt – Fine, 26.5 Ounce

  • Brought to you by Whole Foods Market.
  • Enhance your food and stimulate your taste buds with its clean, natural texture and flavor.
  • Certified GMO-Free, Certified Kosher, Vegan.

Price: $3.49 ($0.22 per Ounce)

365 by Whole Foods Market, Butter, Unsalted (4 Quarters), 16 Ounce

  • Brought to you by Whole Foods Market.
  • Grade AA

Price: $3.29 ($0.04 per Ounce)

For the Filling:

Beef Ground 80/20 Pasture-Raised Step 4

  • Pasture raised with cattle always on pasture (no feedlots)
  • No antibiotics or added growth hormones, ever
  • No animal by-products in feed
  • Animal Welfare Certified Step 4 by Global Animal Partnership

Price: $4.99 per pound

Golden Heart Haitian Seasoning Epis Kreyol/8oz (Mild)

  • Haitian Spicy Seasoning/ Epis Ayisyen
  • No MSG, natural flavors
  • Blend of fresh flavorful herbs and spices
  • All purpose, multipurpose seasoning rub
  • Delicious Caribbean marinade for authentic cuisine

Price: $9.99 + $7.99 shipping

Organic Garlic

  • Whole Foods Market is known for its incredible selection of high-quality produce, including loads of organic and Whole Trade choices
  • All fruits and vegetables are labeled with place of origin
  • Whole Foods Market is the first and only certified organic national grocery store.

Price: $0.52 (3.99 per pound)

Better Than Bouillon Seasoned Vegetable Base, 8 oz

  • RICH AND ROBUST – Made with garden carrots, celery, onions and tomatoes
  • BLENDABLE BASES – Easily spoon right out of the jar
  • FLAVOR THE WAY YOU LIKE IT – Add as much, or as little, flavor as you desire
  • PERFECT PAIR – Try it in marinades, glazes, soups, and on vegetables
  • BIG FLAVOR – Add a cooked-all-day taste in half the time

Price: $3.89 ($0.49 per Ounce)

Fresh Brand – Diced Bell Peppers, 10 oz

  • 10-ounce container of diced bell peppers
  • Pre-cut and ready to cook
  • No preservatives
  • Our Fresh brand products are all about high-quality food that fits every budget, every day.

Price: $3.49 ($5.58 per lb)

Yellow Onion

  • Grown in the United States
  • Don’t refrigerate or place in plastic bags.
  • Onions like to breathe, so keep them in a well-ventilated area like your pantry

Price: $0.56

365 Everyday Value, Cage-Free Large Brown Grade A Eggs, 12 CT

  • Brought to you by Whole Foods Market. The packaging for this product has a fresh new look. During this transition, you may get the original packaging or the new packaging in your order, but the product and quality is staying exactly the same. Enjoy!
  • Raised naturally without antibiotics vegetarian feed with no animal by-products
  • Eggs from hens fed vegetarian feed that meets non-gmo project standards.

Price: $2.99 ($0.25 per egg)

365 by Whole Foods Market, Organic Vinegar, Apple Cider – Raw, 16 Fl Oz

  • Our organic Apple Cider vinegar is made from select varieties of organic apples. In addition to its culinary uses, raw Apple Cider vinegar has been touted for centuries in countless folk remedies.
  • Made from 100% USA apples, not from concentrate.
  • Fat and sodium Free.
  • Certified Organic, Certified GMO-Free, Certified Kosher, Vegan.

Price: $2.99 ($0.19 per Ounce)

Pate Ayisyen ~ Haitian Patties

Pate Ayisyen ~ Haitian Patties

Recipe Author : Mike Gonzalez
An Haitian delicacy, these are pastries filled with beef inside, but the filling can be replaced by chicken, vegetable mix or any other type of your liking.

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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Haitian
Servings 6 people
Calories 356 kcal


For the Dough

For the Filling


For the Dough

  • In the bowl, add the flour, salt and water and knead for a few minutes until obtaining a stiff dough.
  • Cover the dough with plastic wrap and let it sit at room temperature for 20 minutes and while preparing the filling.
  • Unwrap the dough, dust the work surface with flour, and roll the dough into a rough rectangle shape.
  • Fold the dough in thirds, like a letter. Turn 90 degrees, roll and fold again.
  • Repeat about 2 to 4 times, wrap the dough in plastic wrap, and chill for 2 hours.

For the Filling

  • Cook the meat for 3 minutes on medium-low heat in a skillet with the Haitian seasoning better than bouillon base, salt and pepper, diced onions, and mixed peppers. Do not cover.
  • Remove from heat and set asside.

Assemble and Cook

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Prepare the egg wash and set aside.
  • Cut the puff pastry into square pieces. Fill the middle of the puff pastry with about 1 tablespoon cooked ground beef.
  • Seal the edges with eggs wash using a pastry brush then fold the patties in half and secure the edges by pressing down with a fork.
  • Place the patties on a baking sheet and bake at 400 degrees for 25 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm and enjoy.


Calories: 356kcal
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