Thursday, October 15, 2009

Cheesy Spinach & Oats Swirl Buns

Baking, one of my favourite passion..i was a novice baker before an year and i can say honestly through blogsphere i learned many bakes..I love to bake my own breads at home, u can bake ur bread with many choose of healthy ingredients at home itself..I have prepared loads of breads or buns since i have started my blog and i rarely trashed few of my baking adventures..Recently i prepared this cheesy swirl buns with oats flour which is prepared at home with quick cooking oats, whole wheat flour and with some fresh spinach puree which i prepared with freshly bought spinach leaves, to spice this buns i used red chilli flakes, dry thymn leaves, dry parsley leaves, garlic powder, pepper powder and salt and made a swirl like bun with grated mozzarella cheese and some fried onions...This swirl buns tastes marvellous for snacks and while for dinner as prefect buns to have with soups and salads..We loved this cheesy swirl buns , which is quite an excellent, nourishing, filling as well as healthy buns... its such a delicious buns, my lil ones had this buns when they were still warm...



1+1/2cups Oats flour
2cups Whole Wheat Flour
1/2cup Spinach puree
1/4cup Olive oil
1tsp Active dry yeast
1tsp Sugar
1tbsp Salt
1tsp Red chilly flakes
1/2tsp Dry Thymn leaves
1/4tsp Dry Parsley leaves
1/4tsp Pepper powder
1/2tsp Garlic powder
1cup Mozzarella cheese (grated) or any other cheese
1/2cup Fried Onions (store bought)
2tbsp Quick cooking oats

Combine the oats flour, whole wheat flour, red chilly flakes, dry thyme leaves, pepper powder, garlic powder, dry parsley leaves in a large bowl..meanwhile in a cup of luke warm water, add the active dry yeast, sugar and salt and let this mixture sit for 5 minutes, to get a foamy yeast...Add this foamy yeast ,olive oil and spinach puree to the flour and spice mixture and knead as dough until u get a soft and smooth dough..arrange this soft dough in a greased bowl and keep this bowl in a warm place for an hour with lid closed until the dough double their volume..


After an hour, take the bowl and knead again the dough, flatten them with a rolling pin as a large rectangular disc, spread the grated mozzarella cheese and fried onion equally over the dough and roll the dough to get a loaf like shape...With a sharp knife, cut the loaf as 8-10 medium sized pieces..line a baking sheet over a round baking pan and arrange this swirl buns over the baking sheet..meanwhile preheat the oven to 350F, springle the quick cooking oats over the swirl buns and arrange this round pan in the middle rack of the oven..Bake for 25-30minutes until u get a beautiful golden brown cheesy swirl buns...

This cheesy buns tastes too good if they are served warm..

40 comments:

  1. Wow... Yummy buns.. Lovely clicks!!
    Your place is just 4 hrs from mine, so one day I am gonna drop in uninvited to taste some of your lip-smacking dishes! What say??? :D

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  2. Sure Rohini, i'll be honoured and glad to welcome u to my place..do visit our place when time permits:)

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  3. Its something new which i havent seen at all...very innovative idea to use spinach in buns..and healthy too using oats in that...looks really delicious..

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  4. Wow that jus tlooks so so beautiful and so delcious.

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  5. Just excellent Priya...
    I truely cherish your energy level .. with your posts... and with the same Zing :)

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  6. Priya, I really don't know how wonderful ideas occur only to you! These look so cheesy and oats crunchy all the same.

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  7. lol...whr do u get these ideas dear??
    wish I was a neighbor to u..
    those buns look gr8

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  8. Nice pics dear..........yummy, colorful and healty buns.

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  9. That's one delicious looking bun..get me a plate with a piece with coffee pls!!:)

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  10. What a colorful bread Priya...yummm

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  11. its sure is very healthy n innovative.

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  12. Wow...looks delectable....so yummy....

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  13. I have bookmarked it, good variation from cinnamon raisin swirls. No sugar, love this one.

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  14. Gorgeous, beautiful, marvelous...I can't praise this enough..awesome!! Will try this very very sooooon..

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  15. great click! looks awesome!i am so hungry looking at the pic

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  16. am craving for something like this after having so many diwali sweets around!!

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  17. Healthy buns,You sure are turning into an excellent baker.Keep it up..

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  18. Even I developped baking bread interest after entering the blogosphere. That is a quiet healthy and colorful bread!

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  19. Your recipes are really so tempting!!
    Would love to try baking and caking. Would micrwave oven be good enough for starters ? Which one should I go for? Please advice.

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  20. OMG!! Lovely buns priya!! They have come out so perfect. Yummmy!!

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  21. I know what you mean! I started breadmaking only with the blog:).

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  22. Hi dear,

    Please collect ur award frm my blog!

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  23. the swirl buns look heavenly..I am in for the party

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  24. Looks like a lot of work.. great job! Thankyou for sharing

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  25. Such a lovely swirl buns Priya... really a new recipe... they look colorful and delicious.

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  26. Hi priya...these are looking so yum..its inspiring me to start baking too...

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  27. this is a great recipe Priya, and I'm sure they taste fabulous! I'm gonna try doing them but without the yeast though!

    btw, I'm back to blogging after my motherhood break, and hope you can find some time to make some goodies for my Sweet celebration event

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  28. Very interesting post, love the pictures so much, bet it tasted wonderful...

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  29. Oats swirl buns looks delicious and beautiful:).

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  30. Superb! It looks tasty and it's healthy! Awesome photo snaps!

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  31. Great pics, Priya!Excellent Buns...Look delicious!

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  32. இனிய தீபாவளி நல்வாழ்த்துகள்

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  33. wow Priya, Looks Delicious.I have a few awards waiting for you on my blog. Please accept them

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  34. ohhh they looks so tempting these swirl buns are in to do list from long time nice click priya.

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  35. வாவ்வ்வ்வ் ரொம்ப ரொம்ப சூப்பராயிருக்கு.புதுமையான ஐயிட்டம்..

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  36. I'm really floored by your talent Priya. Hats off to you!

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  37. Just looks wonderful Priya, looks so yummy.

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  38. I have always thought of making some spicy buns using my recipe of cinnamon buns. These look awesome.

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