Sunday, August 5, 2012

Whole Wheat Paneer Buns

I completely stopped buying paneer from Indian stores and am making fresh homemade paneer quite often, whenever i feel like making dishes with paneer. After using fresh paneer cubes for making curries, there were some leftover crumbled paneer.I used those leftover paneer for making this wonderful looking wholewheat buns. These buns turned out extremely super spongy, prefect to enjoy with any sort of spreads for anytime of the day and also goes incredibly awesome to serve along with warm comforting soup.

Obviously this paneer buns suits prefect for my theme of this week's blogging marathon as paneer is an excellent source of calcium. If you are bored of usual paneer bhurji with crumbled paneer, just give a try to this fantastic buns. Check out the other bloggers running this week of blogging marathon with me here.Sending to my own event Healthy Diet-Cooking With Wholegrains guest hosted by Jaya.


2cups Whole wheat flour
1tbsp Active dry yeast
1/2cup Luke Warm water
1tsp Salt
1tsp Sugar
1/4cup Paneer (crumbled)
1/4cup Olive oil

Mix the yeast,sugar and salt in a cup of  luke warm water and keep side for 5minutes until the yeast mixture turns foamy.

Take the whole wheat pastry flour,crumbled paneer and mix everything well,slowly add the foamy yeast,water if needed and olive oil and knead as a soft dough.

Place the dough in a greased bowl, cover the bowl with a towel and arrange in a warm place..let them sit for an hour until they double the volume.

After an hour, punch down the doubled dough and knead again, make 6-8 medium sized balls from the dough and arrange one by one in a greased mould and let them sit again for an hour in a warm place..

Preheat the oven to 350F,brush the breads with olive oil and bake in middle rack for 20-25 minutes until the crust turns brown.

Put off the oven and take off the mould and let them cool..

Serve with salads,soups or with any spreads..

52 comments:

  1. these look delicious, and I love home made paneer, its softer and tastier than store bought!

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  2. Paneer Buns are very lovely... wish to grab a few of these spongy treats :)

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  3. bun looks very soft and fluffy....

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  4. Wow these sound so yum and truly tempting priya

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  5. great use of the left over crumbs, irresistible paneer buns

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  6. beautiful idea and love the freshly made buns .

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  7. Paneer in rolls is a great idea. Rolls look fluffy and delicious.

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  8. Yum! They look delicious. I can almost smell them:)

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  9. looks really good...has come out well...ive noticed u really have a knack of making up recipes with leftover stuff and the end result is awesome...Kudos...

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  10. Delicious looking paneer buns. Wonderfully prepared.
    Deepa

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  11. You have shown a new kinda bread..totally healthy,and Yumm...

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  12. wow.so healthy.soft and perfectly baked buns..nice recipe!

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  13. These are healthy and so tempting.Especially loved the paneer yummy filling.

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  14. I made paneer yesterday and was wondering what to make with it...got the answer now...thanks priya.

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  15. Paneer is so easy to make. Your buns look so appetizing and perfect for breakfast!

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  16. so lovely puffy paneer buns!i feel to grab it from your plate..

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  17. These type of buns are perfect with a cup of soup.VEry healthy and very filling...

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  18. Yet another absolutely yummy and delicious looking dish ....love the variety in your blog.


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  19. Yum! I could try with my home made paneer, since it always crumbles!!!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  20. Love these healthy buns. Never added paneer to my buns before but now I want tor ey this :D.
    Coming over from Baking Partners. Glad to expand my Indie-bloggo-circle :D
    Anuja

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  21. wow.. another yummy recipe, buns look fantastic

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  22. They look so soft and shud have tasted great with the paneer in it..

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  23. truly super!..Priya u surely have a great treasure..wonder how u get those ideas?..lovely buns:)

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  24. OMG, cute looking buns over there dear! Just awesomely prepared! :)

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  25. So Yummy and Healthy! Adding paneer to it wonderful idea

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  26. Hi priya, this paneer buns looks really nice i like to play with yeast and flour.... must try ur way thanks for sharing this......

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  27. looks very soft and yummy buns. perfect-made
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  28. Buns with paneer..wow super yumm!

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  29. Can imagine the flavor and taste,yum

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  30. Wow..very very innovative dear. Looks so nice.

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  31. Delicious Whole wheat buns Priya. I love that you used paneer.

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  32. Very interesting recipe. Paneer indeed makes a dish delicious...

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  33. Buns look delicious,.feel like picking one,l

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  34. Deliciously baked buns, very tempting priya!

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  35. sooooper doooooooper healthy buns, looks perfect !!!
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  36. these look so good - will def. try them

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  37. buns looks very soft.. Even I make paneer at home mostly.. they are so much more flavorful and fresh than the store bought ones..

    Sowmya
    http://nivedhanams.blogspot.in/

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  38. Very healthy n soft buns...Pls collect your award :) http://priyasmenu.blogspot.in/2012/08/my-8th-award.html

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  39. Home made buns with whole wheat? Wat a great treat. Sure to try!!!

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  40. Hi Priya,

    Nice to read that you guys prepare paneer at home. I haven't seen a preparation before and else unsure how it is done. Shall try to Google when I am ready.

    The buns look delicious.

    Regards,
    Abhilash

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  41. Wow, buns look delicious Priya, adding paneer is a nice idea, I am sure it made the buns softer and tastier.

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  42. Super soft and delicious buns

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  43. Hi priya. Thx for sharing ur wonderful recipes. I have tried this whole wheat buns. Everythg went well but d outer surface didnt turned brown n it came out crisp rather thn soft. From inside it was soft. Y so ? Pls guide me.

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  44. Saha, this may be coz of the oven temperature depends upon while baking, i think your buns might have been baked much more than their baking time,While baking we should always have an eye to stop over baking,sorry to know this, next time while baking, dont forget to check them for the last 10-5minutes of baking to get them prefectly.

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