Friday, November 14, 2008

RM#2 Day 14 - Spicy Swirl Bread

Spicy swirl bread, usually swirl bread are prepared with cinnaon filling r with herb...i want to prepare them as evening snacks with some vegetables n bit spicy for my taste buds...instead of making samosas i prepared this swirl bread with vegetable filling, for my surprise everyone at home finished this swirl bread within few hours, they turned out really tasty n spicy...



Bread Dough:
1cup Luke warm milk
4tsp Active dry yeast
3cups All purpose flour
1tsp Salt
2tsp Sugar
1tsp Melted butter r vegetable margarine
Flour for dusting

For veggie filling:
1/2tsp Mustard seeds n cumin seeds
1no Onion chopped
2nos Potatoes(big) chopped
2nos Carrots chopped
5nos Mushrooms chopped
2nos Green chillies chopped
2tsp Coriander leaves chopped
Salt
Oil



Mix the luke warm milk, salt, sugar n yeast in a bowl...keep aside for 5 minutes, the yeast will turn foamy...take the flour in a large bowl, add the foamy yeast to the flour n knead them as dough, they will extremely sticky, but after kneading them for few minutes they will turn elastic... keep the dough in a warm place n dont disturb them for an hour...



Meanwhile prepare the veggie filling...Heat oil in a kadai,add the mustard seeds n cumin seeds n let them crack, add the chopped onion n stir them until they turns transculent, now add the chopped green chillies followed by the chopped potatoes pieces, carrot pieces n mushroom pieces with enough salt..cook everything well until the veggies get well cooked, add the chopped coriander leaves n put off the stove...keep aside n let them cool...



Now we need to shape the dough...roll them into thick square like disc..if they stick dust them with the flour...just spread the veggie filling as shown in picture n roll them into a roll n place them in a greased loaf pan..keep the dough again in a warm place until they doubled their volume...



Preheat the oven to 350F... now brush the doubled dough with melted butter or vegetable margarine..Bake them for 25-30minutes r else until they turn golden brown...Remove from the oven n keep aside for 5 minutes, remove the bread from the loaf pan n let them cool atleast for 30 minutes before serving...



Delicious Snacks for everyone!!!!

Sending to: Yeast Spotting by Susan
Vegetarian Thanksgiving - Recipe Carnival by Mansi

My co runners r:1) DK 2) Siri3) Srivalli4) Ranji5)PJ6)Curry Leaf7)Medha8)Bhawna9)Raaji10)Ruchii 11)Anu12)Kamala13)Roopa14)Divya Kudua15)Rekha16)Divya M17)Lakshmi18)Raaga 19)Lakshmi Venkatesh 20)Sripriya21)Viji22)Kamalika23)Pavani24)Karuna25)Roochi

16 comments:

  1. Wow this is really an yummy indulgence. Looks innovative and awesome.

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  2. Very very yummy. Priya. Looks very good and very very innovative. want to try it sometimes.

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  3. Priya u r Bond seriously, I loved this stuff bread idea. looks mouthwatering for me. I am sure if I will make this for my husband he will be glad. I bookmarked it.

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  4. Ummmm!! This looks so good - like Iyengar Bakery's toasts:)

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  5. Looks very very good.Actually I wanted to do the same.You did it.Nice.Cheers.Nice and healthy entry to Thanks giving event.I think you can also send this to bbd:coloured breads.This is multi coloured.Check the rules.I think it perfectly fits.

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  6. I baked similar bread last week ,your swirls came out very well:)

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  7. this is very interesting your bread has come out perfect this is a must try. thank you for sharing

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  8. Hi Priya,
    Didn't get what you mean by RM, please inform

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  9. This looks mouth watering and tempting...fluffy and soft

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  10. Reminds the "pain aux raisins" Priya! Love the spicy stuff more than sweet :)

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  11. wowww.. these look like the famous Adyar bakery vegetable buns.. super priya.. chance e illa.. must have tasted really good. enakum sapanum pola iruku..

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  12. Bread looks scrumtious with the Indianized filling!

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  13. this is soo cool!! i love this bread and will be making it sometime in the near future. do you know if i can make it gluten-free?

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  14. Hi Joanna, glad to see here...sure u can try them as gluten-free n lemme know..

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