Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Garlic-Coriander Pull Apart Yeasted Muffins

Garlic and coriander combo works out wonder in yeasted breads, i prepared this yeasted muffins for Bread baking day,but somehow i couldnt able to post it on that event day. Better not late, am posting today as i dont have any recipe for today's post.Yes am getting lazy coz of the sudden chilled weather and i didnt prepared anything for today's post as i do quite often. Coming to this yeasted muffins, they are super flavourful with garlic and coriander, obviously very quick to prepared once your dough gets doubled in size.

You can serve very well this yeasted muffins with a bowl of warm soup or simply along with some dip either prepared with veggies or cream cheese. Love garlic flavoured breads,needless to say these muffins tastes exactly like them.You can replace the coriander leaves with your favourite herbs also you can prepare this muffins as a single loaf bread, but somehow this flavourful pull apart yeasted muffins will definitely attracts everyone specially the kids.Am sending this muffins to my own event Healthy Diet- Healthy Finger Food guest hosted by Preeti of Isingcakes and to 60days of Christmas hosted by Priya and Divya



2cups All purpose flour
1/2cup Wheat flour
1/4cup Coriander leaves (chopped)
1/2tsp Chilly flakes
5nos Garlic cloves (crushed)
3tbsp Olive Oil
1tbsp Active dry yeast
1tsp Salt
1/2tsp Sugar
1/4cup Luke warm water

Stir in the active dry yeast,salt,sugar in luke warm water, keep aside until the yeast turns foamy.

Meanwhile take the all purpose flour,wheatflour,crushed garlic cloves,coriander leaves,chilly flakes in a bowl, add gradually the foamy yeast, water,olive oil and turn as a soft dough.

Arrange this dough in a greased bowl and keep in warm place for two hours until the dough double their volume..

Grease the muffins moulds and keep aside.

Punch down the doubled dough, knead for a while with enough flour.

Roll the dough as a rectangular disc, cut a 5thick slices.

Place the slices one over another strip and stack them.

Cut those stacked dough as medium sized squares and place it in the already greased muffins tins.

Place them in a warm place for an hour until they double their volume. Preheat the oven to 350F.

Bake for 20-25 minutes until they crust turns brown.

Keep aside and let them cool completely..

Enjoy with any spread..

39 comments:

  1. such a delicious and innovative recipe!!! am drooling here!!! surely bookmarking it,,
    Sowmya
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    Ongoing Event - CWF - Whole Wheat Flour

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  2. I can imagine the aroma, while baking this and the taste while one eats it too, yumm.

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  3. Delicious...Wanna try this!!! Bookmarked !

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  4. I love these..I make a loaf with these ingredients..these look better.

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  5. The pic speaks a thousand words. Beautiful. :)

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  6. so yummy I want to try this
    great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  7. Wonderful combo ..looks just so yum

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  8. Superd! Looks so delicious...very attractive too.

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  9. Super delicious & soft!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  10. thats super tempting, would taste yum with hot soup

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  11. wow they r looking awesome,feel like to grab some...yummy
    Super Yummy Recipes

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  12. Looks so good! Two of my favourite ingredients!

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  13. Yummy spicy muffins for this chill weather!!! like to grab one :-)

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  14. looks so delicious and perfectly made, you are a pro in baking

    Priya
    60 Days to Christmas
    Cook like Priya






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  15. Looks absolutely delicious! And it's healthy as well!

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  16. these would be perfect with a hot bowl of soup.. awesome :)

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  17. I love these rollls...its been a long time i made them

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  18. Wow!! Love it.. Wanna try it.. yum!!

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  19. Will surely try this,looks awesome,flavorful

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  20. Un pain bien épicé et bien parfumé.
    Il doit être délicieux.
    A bientôt

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  21. Wow.... am hungry again when I look at your bread!

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  22. Yummy recipe..great idea...Love it :)

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  23. Thats a flavour n tempting muffins....

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  24. Loved a garlic pull apart but was always intimidating by the idea, bet they are tasty as well !

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  25. Delicious pullpart bread Pirya. Love this savory version.

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  26. wow very tempting rolls,loved it with soup...

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  27. Have wanted to make the pull apart breads, will give your version a try soon.

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  28. Seriously tempting!! And super cute too!!

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