In America many people have deli roll. This is basically puff pastry dough pocket with deli meat inside of it. In the end the product looks like a pocket with deli meat inside of it. What is the bracha on such an item? Is it pas haba bkisnin because the dough isn’t just made of flour and water but is more like puff pastry dough?
Poskim dispute whether or not a meat filling renders a food pas haba bekisnin. However, I understand that the deli roll is usually eaten as an appetizer, or snack. Assuming this is the case, all would concur that it has the status of pas haba bekisnin. In addition, some authorities maintain that puff pastry has the status of pas haba bekisnin, and this is certainly the case if the pastry is baked with a majority part of oil/fat. At any rate, one must be wary of not eating a “meal” of the deli roll, meaning eating one’s fill, or eating an amoung that constitutes a halachic “meal,” which would obligate the blessing of hamotzi followed by birkas hamazon.
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