Saturday, June 9, 2012

Eggless Cheesy Corn & Coriander Swirl Bread

Making bread at home is a kind of therapy for me to get rid out of my stress, yep when the aroma of freshly baked bread  fill the home definitely gives me more happiness than watching a comedy movie. Obviously i do quite often breads at home,day before yesterday i prepared this yummy eggless cheesy corn and coriander swirl bread for our snacks. This bread tastes super delicious,with mild sweet and definitely aromatic coz of coriander leaves. Excellent bread to enjoy simply with a cup of coffee or warm milk for an evening snacks.

You doesnt need any spread to enjoy this bread, i used low fat cream cheese in this bread.Since this cheese have enough salt,i didnt add any spices to spice them more. I simply went an easy breezy filling using this cream cheese along with canned sweet corn and few chopped coriander.You can feed cheese easily to kids by preparing this kind of swirl bread.This bread is definitely a keeper and am gonna make them quite often with different filling.I prepared two mini swirl breads with the given measurements.These swirl bread goes to Kalyani's Magic Mingle and to Street Party guest hosted by Shama,event by Jagruti, to Kid's Delight - Wat Kids Love For Summer guest hosted by Smitha,event by Srivalli. .   .




3cups All purpose flour
1tbsp Active dry yeast
3tbsp Olive oil
1tsp Salt
1tsp Sugar
3/4cup Luke warm water

Take the active dry yeast,salt and sugar in a luke warm water and keep aside for 5minutes,until they turns foamy.

Meanwhile take the flour in a large bowl,make a well and add the foamy yeast,olive oil together,knead everything as soft and smooth dough.

Arrange the dough in a greased bowl and keep in a warm place for two hours or until the dough gets doubled  their volume..


Cheese,corn & coriander filling:
3/4cup Cream cheese
1/2cup Sweet corn
3tbsp Chopped coriander leaves

Mix the cheese,sweet corn and chopped coriander leaves in a bowl and keep aside (you can add any kind of spices in this mixture).

Preheat the oven to 350F..Now take the dough and roll as a thick 2 square discs by dusting enough flour, spread the already prepared filling over the rolled dough,give a press, roll the dough as a loaf..

Arrange rolled loaves in a two greased loaf pan and bake in middle rack for 20-25 minutes until the crust turns golden brown.

Once they gets cool,slice it as per ur need.

Enjoy warm with a cup of tea or coffee for snacks.

38 comments:

  1. Delicious looking bread..can even have for brakfast..

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  2. A nice snack. The bread looks really beautiful.

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  3. Lovely! The colours look so good too!

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  4. I am in for anything cheesy...delicious..

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  5. love swirl breads, this looks so cool

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  6. Perfect snack for a tea time :) Looks delicious
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  7. Wow, I love bread with filling!

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  8. This is awesome and beautiful clicks.

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  9. wow.lovely bread...too perfect!

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  10. wow.lovely bread...too perfect!

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  11. Where are they ? I have grabbed all in second..Too yummy to resist Priya.

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  12. Just left a comment, I hope it went through after I signed in!

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  13. this is super tempting. am trying this out for sure.

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  14. Wow....priya had u posted this earlier I would have came to ur house in Paris.............love this bread...mouth watering dear

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  15. Interesting filling and looks yummy.

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  16. Very tempting Priya!!!!The filling is awesome....

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  17. such a yumm and filling snack.....Its a beautiful new look to ur blog...

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  18. This looks so yumm and delicious..

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  19. Appetizing!!
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  20. yummy...mouth is full of water...

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  21. I love baking breads tooo!! Bread Baking is a wonderful exercise!!! Loved the swirly bread!

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  22. Nice recipe...looks yumm and tempting.

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  23. The swirl bread looks just too good...lovely yellow and green colors

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  24. Looks superb Priya, very tempting one.

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  25. Looks like a five star dish!! love the presentation.
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  26. Love the colorful, swirly bread.

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  27. They look absolutely gorgeous and am sure would taste gorgeous too! :)

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