Thursday, August 8, 2013

Laadi Pav / Soft Dinner Rolls

I cant imagine serving salads or soups without dinner rolls or french baguettes,dunno why we still stick with breads. Obviously if i dont want to get or forget to get baguettes from the nearby bakery, i'll get ready for making homemade dinner rolls. Few weeks back, we have invited few friends for a simple dinner at home and since they are from Tunisia, they love our Indian foods very much that too spicy. I prepared our family favourite and the famous Pav bhaji for them along with these soft dinner rolls aka Laadi pav to serve with. Everyone enjoyed thoroughly and i got many appreciation especially for this eggless super soft dinner rolls.

Watelse a food blogger need na! even my better half was very much proud about this dinner as its seems that those friends talked for a long about their first Indian dinner.These laadi pav suits prefectly to enjoy with bhaji,you can make vada pav very well with this pav or simply serve them as side with stir fries, however we loved having this pav even for our breakfast with butter and jam.Sending to Bake fest hosted by Manjula,event by Vardhini.


3cups Bread flour/All purpose flour
1tsp Salt
1+1/2tsps Active dry yeast
2tsp Sugar
1+1/2cups Water
3tbsp Oil
1/2tsp Baking soda
2tbsp Milk (for brushing)
Sesame seeds

Add the yeast, sugar and salt to the luke warm water, give a stir and let them sit aside for 5minutes until the yeast turns foamy.

Take the flours,baking soda in a large bowl and add the foaming yeast water and oil together to the flour and knead everything as soft dough.

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

After an hour, punch down the doubled dough and knead again, make 9 small sized balls from the dough.

Arrange one by one in a greased mould and let them sit again for an hour in a warm place.

After an hour, preheat the oven to 350F.

Brush the bread rolls with milk,springle the sesame seeds on the top.

Bake in middle rack for 15-20minutes until a golden brown crust forms over the bread.

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

Enjoy!!

44 comments:

  1. They look so good! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  2. Very nice buns Priya. Love the soft finish and beautiful clicks.

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  3. they looks really soft aks want to grab one plz

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  4. G'day! Your dinner rolls look very light and fluffy, true!
    I LOVE the smell of bread rolls when they first come out of the oven too!
    Cheers! Joanne
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  5. Very soft and delightful dinner rolls.

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  6. Delightfully soft and inviting rolls.
    Deepa

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  7. Lovely....this will be weekend brunch.....I'm so excited to try...

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  8. One thing I can't resist is such soft bread..It's a superb recipe Priya..Already bookmarked.Thanks.

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  9. They looks so soft. Delicious and perfect with bhaji.

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  10. wow!they look so spongy and perfect!
    No wonder your friends love it!

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  11. These looks Fantastic!! Soft and pillowy..

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  12. They are looking so soft, feel like having them with hot cup tea...

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  13. wow priya...these luk so soft and fluffy

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  14. wow akka, the dinner rolls look perfect, soft and fluffy just like the ones in shop. Your friends must have had great dinner, pav bhaji and dinner rolls.

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  15. All time favorite and soft bun... its reminds me pav bhaji...

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  16. Yupz, getting rave reviews about the cooking is what excites the food blogger the most !! Such a soft & yummy looking buns they are :) Wish I could munch on them !!

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  17. beautifully baked paavs..has been on my to do list for long time

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  18. They look so good, are they soft all over as the pavs we get in Mumbai, i have been wanting to try pav bhaji but still looking for a pav recipe.

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  19. Must try, looks so so soft. Lovely bake priya!

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  20. very inviting pav....they must taste heavenly!!!

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  21. Love the colour and texture. Perfect to go with soup......mmmmm. Thanks very much for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com/

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  22. These rolls look so soft and perfect:)No wonder people appreciated you Priya :)

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  23. Great Work :)

    Please visit Poojainthekitchen.blogspot.com

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  24. Ur laadi pav are much better than the store bought ones, look super soft and fresh...

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  25. Your rolls look like pillows on a plate. They are very lovely and I imagine quite delicious. I'd love to try one. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  26. They look so soft n fluffy Priya...

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  27. lucky guests jee.. wat else is needed.. some 5 - 6 paavs and a big bowl bhaji.. life s all set..

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  28. Don't have word to express my gratitude for this post. laadi pav is so special and very useful with almost all recipes. It is a lovely baked item and supreme to accompany leading best easy indian food recipes at restaurants.

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  29. Oh wow.. these look beyond perfect!

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  30. This is my Kid's favourite one.. I am planning to try it today.. Can I replace the baking soda with baking powder ?

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  31. Rien de mieux que le pain fait maison et tes buns sont très beaux.
    Je t'en pique un avec plaisir.
    A bientôt

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  32. Superb dinner rolls. Perfectly and so moist. You are really versatile blogger akka. Hats off to you....:)

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  33. Beautiful paav, have you tried a whole wheat version?

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  34. Very nice bun that even by it looks, I can tell that it is very soft. It is the baking that really matters when trying to make it into something this perfect. Excellent job. :)
    - KatzGlutenFree.com

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