Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Spicy Paneer Stuffed Bread

I find very difficult to find time, even to check mails, in such case, blogging has become a dream to me. As hubby dear had gone to Paris, Managing home alone is a tough task. Time goes so slowly, and now i realise, how helpful was my hubby, all these days. A Person's absence brings the Person so close is absolutely True. I experience it right now!

Stuffed Bread

Last week, Chennai got rains, and we enjoyed the climate very much. as a part of it, i loved to spend time in kitchen making these Spicy Stuffed Bread. This was prepared after getting inspired from Ari's Baking and Book's Hot Pockets.I customised the Filling / Stuffing the Indian Way and its the best way to impress an Indian Tummy, I bet!


Ingredients: (Makes 8 thin rolls)

Wheat Flour - 1 cup
Maida / All Purpose Flour - 2 and 1/2 Cup's (Divided)
Active Dry Yeast - 2 tsp
Sugar - 2 tsp
Warm Milk - 1/3 cup
Warm Water - 1/3 cup
Salt - 2 tsp
Egg -1
Sunflower Oil - 1/3 cup

For the Stuffing:

Indian Tomato Pickle / Thokku
Mozarella Cheese
Paneer / Cottage Cheese
Egg - 1 (for egg wash)
Sesame Seeds

Method:

Warm the water and Milk and mix together. Add Dry Yeast and Sugar to it and mix well, till the yeast gets mixed. let them rest for 10 minutes, till the yeast mix, turns frothy.

In a mixing bowl, mix the Oil and one Egg. beat it well. Add the Yeast mix to the bowl.

Add Wheat Flour to the bowl and mix. Now add all purpose flour - 1 cup and mix well. add another one cup of all purpose flour and mix, combine all the flour together and make it as dough ball.

Knead the Dough ball, with the help of the 1/2 a cup of all purpose flour, for atleast 10 minutes.

Grease a Glass bowl, with little oil and put the kneaded dough into the bowl. wrap the bowl with a cling sheet and let the dough raise for about 1 and 1/2 an hour.

After the Dough has raised, pinch a lemon sized dough and roll it, by dusting some flour for help.


a pinch of raised dough and flour to dust,
 ready for rolling

Get Ready with the stuffing ingredients. also mix an egg with a tbsp of water and beat well with a fork, for egg wash.

Tomato Sauce, Mozarella cheese, egg for egg wash and some Paneer

Roll the dough very thin.

a pinch of dough rolled thinly

Spread a tsp of Indian Tomato Pickle / Thokku in the centre of the rolled dough.

Tomato Sauce / thokku spread

Grate some Mozarella chesse over the Tomato Pickle.
some mozarelle grated over

Grate Some Paneer over the cheese.

some Paneer grated

Get ready with Egg wash by breaking a egg into a small bowl. mix a tbsp of water to the egg and beat with a fork. and get some dried parsely, to sprinkle over the paneer stuffing.

egg wash kept ready

Start Rolling the Dough slowly.

First step in rolling

Rolling in Progress...

rolling in progress

Roll them fully and close the sides of the roll. (those are the mustard's from the pickle popping out..)

rolled and edges sealed

Make some incisions over the roll and give a egg wash and sprinkle some sesame seeds over the top of the roll.
some cuts and sprinkle sesame seeds

Pre-Heat the oven at 375F / 180C. and Bake the roll for 45 mins. and let it cool for 30 minutes before serving.

Spicy Indianised Stuffed Bread

The Spicy Paneer Stuffed Bread is Ready!! It tasted so Good. Yes the spicy of tomato pickle, cheese were the enjoyable part of the roll. I felt some more veggies could also be added, as the stuffing was not bulk.

Do try it out, if you like spicy breads!

This is the first time, iam trying step by step pictures sort of post.Hope you all like it!

21 comments:

  1. I couldn't see the pics in your post. Rather only the links were appearing.. is that what you intended?

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  2. I can't see the pics at all but recipe sounds great with Tomato pickle in bread. YUM!

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  3. Thank You Asha!! There was a problem with blogger, and i worked on the code to make the pictures appear. sorry for that!

    Doli, why should i intend to post the link alone rather than pics? I just corrected. Thanks for mentioning so Quickly!

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  4. Woww stuffed bread looks damn tempting and delicious..Beautiful clicks..

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  5. Wow Lavi, that is really yummy and mouth watering. I will surely try to make it :)

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  6. Hi

    Paneer Stuffed bread is very nice,Iam sure the taste will be gud.Very tempting.

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  7. Hi Lavi,
    This paneer stuffed roll sounds delicious. I love anything with paneer, so I'll have to try this :)
    I love your blog and your wonderful recipes!! I've also recently started my own blog. Feel free to check it out at your own convenience at http://www.spicesavant.blogspot.com.

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  8. Hey thanks lavi ckiram post paninathuku am waiting to try it.....may be next week pola...Looks so gud. I like ur stepwise pics very much...Gud effort keep going! Treat thaana kandipa namma meet panrapo :)

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  9. Lavi, am simply drooling over these...simple yet delicious....

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  10. Hi Lavi, absolutely yummy stuffed bread..thanks for the step by step photos..

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  11. Mouthwatering paneer rolls... You have done a good job with step-by-step pics.

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  12. very nice and different.. perfect combo for the rainy season...

    www.shalinivenkatesh.com

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  13. delicious rolls, loved the clicks

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  14. oh wow!! that looks absolutely yummy!!!

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  15. That was a innovative idea. looks so perfect. YUM!

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  16. Thats quite a lot of effort but i think all worth it as these have come out sooo good!

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  17. These look seriously good! and they have wheat flour too! I am so making them!!:)

    I'm hosting a Magic Bullet giveaway on my blog, and would love if you could participate. These rolls look perfect for the event!:)

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  18. Very interesting recipe looks crisp and yummm. perfect for tea time.

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  19. Looks delicious!! Adore paneer in these frankie type rolls!!

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