Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Stuffed Buns


I had bookmarked these yummy buns @ yummy team’s blog right when they posted it. I never knew baking buns and bread is so easy. There are very few chances of any flops if you have some active yeast. They came out really well and AJ was happy to finish it especially since it had chicken filling. Thanks to Yummy team and Maria and Ria for this wonderful recipe.


Ingredients for bun:

All purpose flour                --    3 cups
Yeast                                --    3 tsp
Salt                                   --    1 tsp
Sugar                                --    2 tbsp + 1 tbsp
Water                               --    2 tbsp
Egg                                   --    1 + 1 (egg white only)
Milk                                  --    1 cup
Butter                                --    4 tbsp + 1 tsp
Sesame seeds                    --    to sprinkle

Ingredients for filling:

Chicken breasts                 --   3 -4
Onion                                --   1 medium
Green Chillies                     --   2 
Ginger Garlic paste            --    1 tsp
Turmeric Powder               --    ¼ tsp
Chilly Powder                    --    ½ tsp
Coriander Powder             --    ½ tsp
Garam Masala                   --    ½ tsp
Pepper Powder                 --    ½ tsp
Salt                                    --    to taste
Oil                                     --    as required




Preparation of filling:

Cook chicken pieces with salt, turmeric powder and half of pepper powder. Add water if required. Water will come out of the chicken pieces. Shred the cooked chicken, or slightly grind it in your mixer.

Heat oil in a pan and add chopped onion, green chillies, ginger garlic paste and salt. When the onions are translucent, add chilly powder, coriander powder and garam masala and sauté it well for 2 minutes in low flame.

 

Add the shredded chicken to the masala mix, then add pepper powder and mix well.


Preparation of buns:

Dissolve yeast and 1 tbsp of sugar into the warm water. Make sure that the water is just warm. Hot water may kill the yeast. Keep it aside until it forms froth and rises.

Mix the salt, sugar, milk, 4 tbsp of butter and one egg with half of the flour. Knead well and slowly mix the rest of the flour until you get a soft dough.

Grease a big bowl with butter, place the dough in it and keep it covered for 2 -3 hours until it doubles its size. Greasing the bowl will prevent the dough from sticking on to the bowl.

 

Divide the dough into equal sized balls. Flatten them, add the filling and shape it into a ball once again. You can flatten them in your hands itself. I used the plate just for the sake of a click.

 

Whip the egg whites until they are frothy. Apply the egg wash on each ball and sprinkle some sesame seeds on it.

 

Pre-heat the oven to 350 F and bake the buns for 20 – 25 minutes or until it turns brown. Mine was ready in 20 minutes.


Serve hot.



This goes to YeastSpotting for this week.

35 comments:

  1. wow what a delicious buns ...i become a big fan of ur baking dear ...looks so perfect ...must try it soon ...u r simply superb...thanks for sharing

    Satya

    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  2. i do make these buns as well n can tell you have done a great job ..however being a veggie i make it with the vegetarian filling..will post sometime ..

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  3. tempting masala pav recipe....lovely..

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  4. Nitha..Njnaum ethundakki nokkirunu..super anu alle..Adipoli looking stuffed buns tto...Love it

    Love
    Suji

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  5. Love that golden crust on the buns. It looks delicious and inviting.

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  6. Nitha,

    Masala buns looks delicious. I need to make this. You done well sure taste great too.

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  7. looks perfect..kidilan aayittundutto..:)

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  8. ee bun kore kaalayi kothipikan thodagheettu:)looks perfect.Pinne ente naadu kannur anu.nammal ayalvasikalyittu varum alle?

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  9. looks beautiful and must have tasted lovely
    here is a link to the way I make buns, I make them a lot hope you like
    http://torviewtoronto.blogspot.com/2010/07/baked-buns.html

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  10. thats so delicious looking buns like the chicken filling. u perfectly made it. nits

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  11. Hi, perfectly baked buns and would love to make these with a veg stuffing.

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  12. Wowwwwwwwwwwww... looks amazing and delicious.. perfect dear.. thanks for sharing !!

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  13. I am hungry seeing your stuffed buns!!

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  14. Its come out so perfect,loved the way you have explained...

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  15. Very soft and yummy buns. Can change the filling and try. Nice ti be here. best wishes.

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  16. Love the goldencolor on the buns....this is something I have to still try my hands on....

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  17. super soft buns... I wud change the filling nd make it :)

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  18. Ahaa, buns superb aayittundu!! Thanks for trying it ketto..Ethu nannayi vannappol njanum bhayankara excited aayirunnu :)Eppol edakkide bread bake cheyyarundu, ee bun undakkiyapozha ethokke ethre ullarunnenne enikkum manacilaye..Anyways thanks to Maria and Ria who inspired us :) and good luck with the plaited bread :)

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  19. WOW! Looks amazing...and this would be such a fun addition to my kid's lunchbox..thank you so much for sharing this (now that school os about to start...I've been thinking of lunchboxes a lot!!) I also loved your step by step instruchions...I would never have thought of flattening them out so much ...

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  20. perfect on the outside, yummy in the inside....samyam kittumbol enikkum try cheyyanam...

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  21. Dars really great to do buns at home.. good job dear..buns luks so fluffy,spongy and soft... styfed buns luks heavenly.. yummy and nicely baked in golden color

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  22. Well done dear, looks perfect and delicious...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  23. Adipoli stuffed buns Nitha..perfect and delicious, with spicy filling.

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  24. Perfect looking buns.... U have done a great job... YUM!

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  25. hi its a friendly visit for a friendly blogger in a frienly manner, thus by dropping here into my blog

    Follow my blog if you like it means

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  26. thank u for this yummy recp.

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  27. Those look pretty amazing, and thats a very original filling.

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  28. first time here and enjoyed reading your posts.
    these buns are just irresistible , stuffed with chicken my husband loves it.

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  29. Nitha i'm trying out this recipe today. wish me luck!! :)

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  30. hi, though the buns came out gr8... there was the yeast smell.... y do u think that came for me....

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  31. I am not sure why the yeast smell was there. Is it from the brand of yeast you were using? I used fleischmann's active dry yeast

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  32. very nice.. just love Chicken stuffed buns especially when i have it with some ketchup.. tried too .. but mine is not that special as yours.. Chicken stuffed Buns must visit my place when time permits.. i love to have your feedback dear :) **HAPPY BLOGGING**

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