Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Cheesy Spicy Pull Apart Bread/Cheesy Indianized Pull Apart Bread

Bread baking at home became quite a routine for me, if i dont bake a bread atleast once a week, my family will ask for it. Obviously freshly baked homemade breads are quite healthier than the store bought one. Since ever the yeast god behave good with me, i cant stop baking bread at home and seriouslyi have limited myself buying them from Bakeries. If i want to make sandwiches for our dinner or lunch, i will get the famous Baguette from the nearby bakery else i'll bake my own bread at home for our snacks or else for our lazy sunday brunch. My today's post was one of my recent bread with spicy vegetable-soya masala. I got this bread pattern from Pinterest which i bookmarked long back while i was checking for an interesting shape. Though this bread looks fantastic, shaping of this bread is very easy and quick to make. I enjoyed thoroughly shaping this bread and trust me, once this bread gets baked they will get vanished very much quickly than you can imagine.

Cheesy Spicy Pull Apart Bread

This month's bread with We Knead to Bake, a baking event by Aparna of My diverser kitchen is about baking our own bread which we have already bookmarked somewhere in this virtual world or else in a baking book. Since i bookmarked this pattern in Pinterest, i immediately baked this Indianized version of pull apart bread with a spicy potato,babycorn and minced soya nuggets masala as stuffing this bread which i simply topped with some grated cheese. Trust me this pull apart bread was a big hit among my kids, they just enjoyed thoroughly once this bread came out of the oven, even i regretted a lot for not baking a big size bread. This bread vanished within few seconds, an excellent bread to give a try if you love spicy masala filled breads. Do bake this bread and let me know how deliciously they came out.

Cheesy Indianized pull apart bread

For Bread Dough:
3cups All purpose flour
2tbsp Wheat bran
1tbsp Flaxseed powder
1tbsp Active dry yeast
1tbsp Sugar (for yeast)
1/4cup Olive oil
1/2tsp Salt
1cup Lukewarm water

In a bowl, mix the yeast with warm water,sugar and salt, let it stand for 5minutes until the yeast turns foamy.

Now take the  the flour,wheat bran,flax seed powder in a bowl. Slowly add the olive oil, foamy yeast and knead as a stiff dough.

Dust the dough and knead for 8-10minutes until the dough turns soft and elastic.Place the dough in a greased bowl and cover it.

Let it rise in a warm place until the dough gets doubled about 2 hours.

Potato,Babycorn & Minced Soya Nuggets Masala:
2nos Potatoes ( cubed)
1/2cup Babycorn (chopped)
1/2cup Green bellpepper (chopped)
15nos Soya nuggets (cooked & grinded coarsely)
1no Onion (chopped)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
1/2tsp Chilly powder
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
Few curry leaves

Grated cheese (for topping)

Heat enough oil,let crack the cumin seeds and curry leaves, add the chopped onions,chopped green chillies,saute until the onions turns transculent.

Add the cubed potatoes,chopped bellpepper,babycorns and saute for few minutes.

Add the garam masala powder,chilly powder,salt and cook in medium flame, now add the coarsely grounded soya nuggets.add some water.

Cook until the veggies gets well cooked.

Keep aside and let them cool.


Punch down the dough and roll it as a large disc, with a cookie cutter, cut medium sized round shaped disc and drop enough masala in the center.

Shape them as shown in the picture and arrange them one by one in a round springform baking pan.

Let it sit in a warm place for an hour. Preheat the oven to 350F.

Sprinkle enough cheese on the top.

Bake for about 30-35 minutes or until the crust turns golden brown.

Enjoy at room temperature.

Spicy Pull apart bread, cheesy and potato masala stuffed bread


Sangeetha M said... Reply To This Comment

wow..this looks so yumm, nice idea for pull apart bread :)

Rafeeda AR said... Reply To This Comment

The masala sounds mouthwatering! That bread would not have survived even 5 minutes, I am sure!

Gloria Fernandes said... Reply To This Comment

looks super delish dear,me drooling here

cookbookjaleela said... Reply To This Comment

Amazing recipe

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

looks pretty

Nammi said... Reply To This Comment

Oooh i love this version yummm

Carole said... Reply To This Comment

Priya, this would be a super contribution to Food on Friday: Cheese over at Carole's Chatter. Please do bring it over. Cheers