Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Stuffed Spicy Potato & Barley Buns

Baking with barley flour is completely new for me, but anyhow i want to start my baking with barley flour as something savoury instead of cakes or something as sweet bakes with barley flour...Voila!!my first baking with barley flour turned out really fantastic and i was really very happy of the final result...Just loved this stuffed spicy potato and barley buns for our evening snacks, initially i want to make out something cheesy but finally i prepared this stuffed potato and barley buns with some spicy potato masala i prepared for our lunch...I combined whole wheat pastry flour and barley flour spiced with pepper powder, dry basil leaves stuffed with spicy potato masala...Even my little one loved this stuffed buns with some salad for his dinner...The flour from barley can be very well used as substitute for cake flour or else for wheat flour,the flour that produced from the whole barley is lot more nutritious than flour from pearl barley....Barley contains almost all vitamins, minerals, amino acida and fiber that our body needs...The flour i brought from organic store is from whole barley and they were really prefect to make out bakes.. These baked buns are really fantastic and delicious..




2cups Whole wheat pastry flour
1cup Barley flour
2tbsp Active dry yeast
1tsp Sugar
1tsp Salt
1cup Luke warm water
3tbsp Olive oil
1/2tsp Pepper powder
1/2tsp Dry basil leaves
1/2cup Potato masala
2tbsp Corn meal (for dusting)

Take a bowl, add the luke warm water, dry yeast, sugar and salt, give a stir and keep aside for 5 minutes in a warm place until the yeast turns foamy...Combine together the whole wheat pastry flour, barley flour,pepper powder, basil leaves in a large bowl, add the foamy yeast,olive oil to the flour and knead as soft dough (add water if needed for kneading)..grease a bowl,place the soft dough and let them sit for 2 hours in a warm place until they double their volume...For the potato masala do check here..




After two hours, knead the dough and make out 6 medium sized balls, sprinkle the corn meal and flatten the dough as disc, place a tablespoon of potato masala, cover the masala completely with a dough, shape the dough as buns..meanwhile preheat the oven to 350F, line a baking sheet over a baking tray and arrange the buns one by one,leave sufficient space in between...Bake this stuffed buns in the middle rack for 25-30minutes until the buns turns golden brown...

Enjoy!!

33 comments:

  1. Wow! i love this dear. I used to call this as Masala buns. I also use leftover potato masala for stuffing. Adding of barley flour to wheat flour sounds innovative. Excellent pics!!!

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  2. Helathy n delicous buns..ready for the event priya?good job

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  3. Super doper recipe Priya..just love these buns..something different form ordinary ones. I love the idea of adding barley to the recipe :)

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  4. Super doper recipe Priya..just love these buns..something different form ordinary ones. I love the idea of using barley flour to the recipe :)

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  5. Wow!!you're making me very hungry. This looks sooooo good, I actually took down the recipe in my customized cookbook.

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  6. Oooh wow! Awesome buns and lovely! They're cool and delectable!

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  7. Sooper..... U r a star..
    Need to try a bun.. have got no clue abt it...

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  8. Healthy and yummy...Just luv it dear superb...

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  9. This is one new recipe...Barley is very healthy..I had lots of barley laft at home...Got this new recipe

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  10. buns looks so cute..perfectly baked

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  11. a real new recipe for me...
    Excellent dea..!!!

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  12. Sounds and looks good,spicy filling should be a nice twist! Sigh...I too should start baking......

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  13. Healthy and spicy buns...looks and sounds too gud!

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  14. Wow..this sounds way tempting :) lovely pics too

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  15. lovely, healthy and yummy. So soft.

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  16. Wow,looks great.Barley is never tried and for the event I must start using it.Since your buns accomodate 2 different flours,I think you can send it to BBD#24 here (http://elaromadeidania.blogspot.com/2008/10/bbd-24-panes-mezclados-mixed-breads.html) Do check pls

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  17. Buns are so perfectly baked, and liked the stuffing in it too...looks very delicious

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  18. Looks perfect and must taste gr8 :)

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  19. looks so nice and yummy!!...healthy n delicious, priya!

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  20. Buns look cute n perfect. Nice one Priya.

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  21. பார்லி பன் சூப்பர்பா.

    பார்லியை மிக்ஸியில் அரைத்தீர்களா அல்லது மாவு விற்குதா?

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  22. Looks super delicious, Priya!Just like store bought ones:) We used to buy in a bakery sometimes, I believe it is Iyengar bakery!

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  23. Buns at home ,could n't even think of making them.Felt them little strenous to make them.Picture is perfect priya.Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  24. these look gr8 and a gr8 picture too!!

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  25. The buns look so warm and delicious. The barley makes it all the more healthy. Beautiful winter photos.

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  26. woooooooow what ahealthy bun recipe that too spicy potato in side makes it more delicious I think naa looks yum.

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  27. Liked the potato stuffing, looks lovely and yummy.

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  28. நல்ல சத்துள்ள பார்லிபன்...அருமை..

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  29. Thanks Dearies!!

    @Cl thanks for letting me know will check out the link..

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  30. Priya, I'm really jealous of you. How come you are able to bake so much and such innovative dishes? You must definitely come with a lot of cookbooks. Thanks for the entry.

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  31. Priya,

    I love it!!!

    Round-up for BBD #24 is Published at:

    http://elaromadeidania.blogspot.com/2009/11/bbd-24-round-up-resumen.html

    Thank you for your participation,
    IDania

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