Thursday, August 25, 2011

Vegetable cheese stuffed bread bun recipe

We can play as we wish with the bread bun recipe, we can make stuffed buns that are vegetarian or non-vegetarian or desserts. Every one has their own version of making them. I had experimented with different kinds of recipes and came out with my own recipe which is perfect for making soft stuffed buns. These buns are perfect for break fast/lunch or dinner any time you will, i assure you that they will fill your stomach . I love self rising flour and its uses, I had already posted pan cakes and cake with self rising flour. It is very easy to use and yields very fruitful results.




Now coming to recipe
Ingredients:
Makes 8 medium size buns
Milk-1/4cup
Self rising flour-3cups(When measured with 160ml cup)
Salt-1/4tea spoon
Butter-1 cup(melted and measured with 160ml cup)
Egg-1+1 for wash (coat on surface of unbaked bun)
Dry active Yeast-1tbsp
Sugar-2tbsp
For Curry
Grated potato-1cup
Grated carrot-1cup
onions thinly sliced-1cup
green peas/batani-1/4cup
pepper powder-1/2tbsp
Salt to taste
Lemon juice 2tbsp
Others:
Vegetable oil--2tbsp
Mozzarella cheese


Directions:
For curry:
Heat 2tbsp of oil in a pan and add all the vegetables saute until they are well cooked under medium flame, them add pepper powder, salt and lemon juice. Mix well, cook for 2min more and turn off the stove.(you can fill the samosa stuffing, or sweet, or whatever you would like to but it should be dry. you can sprinkle little chat masala also for Indian taste)


For Bread: 
Add dry active yeast to the warm milk (the milk should be lukewarm i.e., when you insert your finger it should not hurt you), close with lid and keep aside for15min during which the yeast becomes active. Now take a bowl and add self rising flour, salt and sugar. Mix well. Break open egg in a separate bowl and whisk it. Now add melted butter and whisked egg to milk and add this mixture to dry ingredients mixture. Mix well. Take another bowl and dust it with flour. Take this dough into that bowl, cover with damp cloth and let it rise to double its volume atleast for 1hr.




Deflate the dough, and turn it out onto a lightly floured surface. Divide the dough into 8 equal parts, and form into round balls. Flatten each dough ball and add Mozzarella cheese and curry. Cover it as shown in figure. Place on lightly greased baking sheets at least 2 inches apart. Cover the rolls with a damp cloth, and let rise until doubled in volume, about 40 minutes. Meanwhile, preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C)
Bake for 18 to 20 minutes in the oven, or until golden brown.
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17 comments:

  1. stuffed buns are perfectly baked n looks so good...well done DD !!!

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  2. Thats a filling snack..love the colour n texture of buns!!

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  3. They look awesome..........I feel like making them right now.

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  4. Fantastic looking stuffed buns. Already drooling in my mouth.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Buns look perfect, soft and yummy! Well explained!

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  6. love it all time..very cheesy

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  7. I just want to have a bite of those buns.. Yum

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  8. perfect and filling one to have with coffee. nicely made

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  9. That looks great!! I love stuffed buns.Wud love to try it

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  10. wow, I love the texture and color of your buns and how delicious your stuffing is :)

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  11. Hi , being a vegetarian can u plz suggest a substitute for egg for this recipe..

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  12. You can make same version with our eggs, but you may have to add 1/4tbsp more baking soda!!!! hope this helps you!!!, one thing more you will not get this much fluffy and soft buns without eggs. Finally you have to coat the bread dough with butter, before going into oven!!!

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  13. AnonymousJune 21, 2012

    could you freeze these

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