A cone made out of Puff Pastry is stuffed with Tuna & Mayonnaise. For Easter, this is brushed with an orange egg wash to look like a carrot. It’s topped with parsley to look like the real thing!

Goan cuisine is known for its variety of seafood dishes, and fish cones are a popular street food snack in Goa, a coastal state in western India.

Fish cones are essentially crispy, cone-shaped shells made with flour and stuffed with a spiced mixture of mashed potatoes and fish. The filling is typically made with mackerel or tuna and seasoned with a blend of Goan spices, including turmeric, coriander, cumin, and red chili powder. The cones are then deep-fried until golden brown and served hot with chutneys or sauces. In this recipe, I am replicating this recipe using puff pastry instead. I am also giving this a twist by coloring this with an orange egg wash.

Stuffed Puff Pastry Carrots – Fish Cones

5 from 15 votes


  • 850 gms Puff pastry sheets makes 24 pastries
  • Melted butter for greasing
  • 1 Egg
  • Food colouring
  • Stuffing of your choice
  • Curly Parsley


  • I chose to buy Puff pastry that comes in two large sheets
  • Cut these into 1 inch strips
  • Grease the metal horns and wrap it around the horn slightly overlapping
  • Mix the food colouring with the egg and brush all over the puff pastry
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for 25 – 30 mins
  • After these are baked, allow them to cool and then twist the metal horn and take it out
  • Fill with your choice of filling
  • Top with a sprig or more of curly parsley