Saturday, November 26, 2011

Mushroom Paneer Masala Stuffed Buns

Nothing will beat the homemade bakes especially the savoury ones, i can serve my teddies easily homemade savoury bakes or buns with any sort of stuffings or with any spices..After broccoli and cauliflower, my teddies hates mushrooms, i dunno why they hate this incredible vegetarian meat, i love this edible fungus even raw..But fortunately i can feed everyone at home by cooking mushrooms as masalas or with other veggies as fried rice..My recent attempt was this fabulous looking spicy and delicious buns with button mushrooms and scrambled paneer, for my surprise this cute looking buns vanished very quickly and everyone at home enjoyed having for their snacks..Sending this wonderful looking buns to Deceptively Delicious For Kids guest hosted by Pavani,event by Srivalli & Radhika's Winter Carnival..


3cups All purpose flour
2tsp Active dry yeast
1/2tsp Sugar
1tsp Salt
1/2cup Luke warm water
3tbsp Olive oil

Mix the yeast,sugar and salt in luke warm water and keep aside for 5minutes until the yeast turns foamy..take the flour in a large vessel, add gradually the foamy yeast and olive oil, knead everything as smooth and soft dough, arrange the dough in a greased bowl,keep in a warm place for atleast two hours and let the dough gets doubled their volume..

Mushroom & Paneer Masala:
1cup Scrambled paneer
1cup Mushrooms (chopped)
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
1tsp Garam masala powder
1no Onion (big & chopped)
1no Tomato (chopped)
1tsp Red chilly powder
Salt
Oil

Heat oil in a pan, let crack the cumin seeds, add immediately the chopped onions,chopped tomatoes, saute until the onions turns transculent, add immediately the chopped mushrooms,saute for few minutes, add  garam masala powder,red chilly powder,salt and cook everything in simmer for few minutes,finally add the scrambled paneer,give a quick stir and put off the stove,keep aside and let the masala get cooled completely..

Preheat the oven to 350F and line a baking sheet over a baking tray..Punch down the dough and make 8-10 medium sized balls,dust the balls with flour and flatten them with a rolling pin as a small thick disc, place the already prepared masala,cover the masala completely with the dough, shape the dough as buns..Arrange the stuffed buns over the baking tray,sprinkle few seeds (completely optional) and bake in middle rack for 20-25minutes until the crust turns golden brown..

44 comments:

  1. Yummy stuffed buns Priya. This is a very clever way to make kids eat their veggies :)

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  2. Stuffed buns are always filling and comfortable. Mushrooms and paneer are sure a treat and healthy for children

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  3. Love the stuffing Priya. It has come out superbly.

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  4. Priya looks so yummy loved the filling here, will try this soon for my son who loves mushroom:)

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  5. This really looks tasty. I'd love to have this for lunch today. I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Blessings...Mary

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  6. Oh my goodness -- I'm drooling over here! I have never seen stuffed buns, but oh my what a filling! It's the best of both worlds!

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  7. Liked it Priya ! coincidence that i too posted Moong Dal stuffed buns for BM today :-) and have linked it to ur CWS event too !


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  8. Love the stuffing..looks super yum

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  9. Hey this is fantastic! Feels like making it right away!

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  10. Looks great,new to me,but should try it.

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  11. Priya these are awsum...I wish I cud bake these..really bad with baking..actually nervous..but I guess these are motivating me ..thnx dear!

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  12. What a fabulous idea. They look amazing. I'll have to give these a go. I think my hubby would love them :)

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  13. wow... buns look awesome... delicious..

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  14. looks super yuuuuuuuummmmmy...priya.;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  15. loved the tasty n spicy filling..


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  16. we love mushrooms at any form. your bun looks yum and feel like having now.

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  17. perfect stuffed buns..like the yummy filling...

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  18. The stuffed buns looks insanely good!

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  19. What a great idea... and I guess that I could do it with palak paneer too???

    Ciao
    A.

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  20. Stuffed buns look so tempting.Nice way to get kids eat the veggies...

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  21. On a baking Spree? they look so good am sure very filling too

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  22. Nice spicy buns! :) I was looking for a savory item to bake and this seems to be a perfect fit!

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  23. this is one droolworthy buns..I loved the mushroom stuffing in it.

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  24. REcently tried baking some buns Priya and sothapala, yeast played bad!!!!:(
    Stuffed buns looks yummy!!!

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  25. I have never tried stuffed buns (having not mastered event the simple buns, this might be a big disaster!), this looks like a recipe to try.

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  26. Healthy stuffing, the bun looks so delicious and perfectly done.

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  27. You are making all healthy snacks, Priya.

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  28. Stuffed buns looks spicy, yummy and delicious.

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  29. Your teddies sounds so much like my little girl.Will try this recipe and see if I can covert my mushroom hating daughter to a mushroom lover.

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  30. I love the stuffing, should be great breakfast!

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