Thursday, 17 February 2011

Spicy Stuffed Dinner Rolls

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Hi.

Today morning was quite depressing as I woke up with a spitting headache and the outside weather was even more depressing as it was foggy, with a visibility of about 5 meters. I just made some Maggi with veggies for me and S and after sending him off to office I was wondering what to cook for lunch.. but just did not feel like getting up and cooking. I wanted to recharge myself in someway but today was not the day. I read my post on feel good hormones here and here and I felt a little better. After cooking some stuffed paratha for the younger one I felt much better so I decided to bake.

And I must say, I am elated after making these rolls and why should I not be? Every time I work with yeast it turns out to be most happening and satisfying experience, an experience that I look forward to. The aroma of freshly baked bread in the kitchen is always heavenly and I was missing it so much..  I have always found baking a bread therapeutic in cheering me, what’s your take on that?

The roll turned out scrumptious with a feather light sponge and an absolutely tasty and spicy filling, just perfect to make me feel at the top of the world.

 

I was quite excited in using the new entry into my kitchen the Very Hot Peri Peri sauce, this is a South African  sauce and is available in various categories but I opted for the very hot. If you get a chance to visit Inorbit Mall in Malad, Mumbai, do visit the Nando’s Peri Peri Restaurant.

 

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Ingredients ( makes 8)

For Dough

4 cups APF and more for dusting

3 tsp. active dry yeast

2 tbsp. sugar

1-1/4 cup luke warm milk

1 tsp. salt

3 tbsp. butter

Filling

3 large garlic pods crushed

3-4 spring onion whites

2 spring onion greens

2 tsp. very hot peri peri sauce

1/3 cup sweet corn

1/3 cup frozen peas/ blanched peas

100gms cottage cheese cubed

salt to taste

1 tsp. chilli pwd.

1 tsp. coriander pwd.

1 tsp. Oregano

Method

For the Filling

Heat 2-3 tsp. oil and add crushed garlic to it and sauté, do not let it brown, add the spring onion white and salt to taste and sauté again. Now add the peri peri sauce and mix.

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Add the corn and peas and sauté. Also add the cottage cheese. Mix the spring onion greens, oregano, chilli pwd and coriander pwd into the mix and cook till the filling is dry. Cool it.

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For the Dough

Proof the yeast in luke warm water and sugar.

Heat the milk luke warm and add the butter to it.

In a food processor jar with the kneading attachment, take the APF, salt. Add the yeast solution and milk gradually and knead for about 2 mins.

Remove on the dusted floor and knead more for about 5-6 mins to produce the gluten. The dough is sticky so keep dusting your hands but avoid adding flour to the dough else you will land up having a dense roll.

Grease a bowl and the dough, cover it with a cling film and rest it in  a warm place, let it double in volume. You can check this in detail here. Meanwhile make the filling.

Punch down the dough and roll it into a square shape on a dusted floor and cut it into 8 equal parts.

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Fill each part with 2-3 tsp. of  filling and close it from all sides and shape it like a ball.

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Place the balls on a greased baking tray, cover it with a cling film and let it double in volume.

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Bake it at 350F/ 180C temperature for 20-25 mins or till the crust turns golden in colour and when tapped produces a hollow sound.

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Cool on a wire rack and serve with some butter and cheese spread.

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Sending this to my event ‘Only’- Cooking with Bread.



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51 comments:

Priti said...

Looks delicious ..I like e filling much ..glad to know you are all cheered up gal :)

Pari said...

Thanks Priti, I'm surely feeling good.

rekhas kitchen said...

Wow dinner rolls with stuffing like that stuffing with corn and green peas. lovely stuffed dinner rolls...

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Rolls look so fulfilling. Great recipe.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Panchpakwan said...

Hey Pari,
dinner rolls looks so soft and delicious..
Thats good baking makes you feel good.

Kairali sisters said...

These stufed buns looks lovely..Perfect..

divya said...

oh wow,,,that's so perfectly made rolls..love the beautiful clicks...yummy.

Smitha said...

they look tempting and absolutely perfect Pari!..wonderful!
Smitha
http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

Nandini said...

This is a very spicy snack and looks good.

Suja Sugathan said...

Pretty and inviting bun,looks delicious.

Smitha said...

Yummy dinner rolls !!

Harika's Kitchen said...

Nice filling buns perfect dinner. Looks amazing too.

Sanjeeta kk said...

Soft and lovely buns, Pari. Must try them for my weekend dinner.

harini-jaya said...

It sure warms your heart when you successfully bake such delicious rolls!!

Vimitha Anand said...

Eat these and you ll be elated for the whole day... Fluffy and filling...

Prathibha said...

Lovely wholesome buns....I can eat 2-3 of them and skip my dinner..looks super gorgeous

Nithya said...

Looks so perfect and fantastic :)

I really wish I could make this like this. I have already failed thrice making buns :( will take a break from it and try your recipe sometime :)

Shanavi said...

looks puffed and yummy filling, no need for bhaji ...lovely dinner rolls

aipi said...

Gorgeous n delicious buns! Would love to have one with my cup of coffee!

US Masala

Madhavi said...

Oh this is fantastic..super post!!

Cooking Foodie said...

wow... these look amazing...

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Looks delicious and comforting!

http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com

Paaka Shaale said...

I totally agree with you when you say that baking with yeast is therapeutic. I guess there's something about punching the dough that makes you feel relaxed ;)I baked a brown bread today and I felt totally elated after that. BTW your rolls are just perfect. Simply superb :)

Priya said...

Those stuffed dinner rolls looks absolutely marvellous and inviting..

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

gr8 version dear,luks very inviting...

Biny Anoop said...

i am too feeling sooo nice after reading and witnessing wat u have made...have a gr8 time

Kankana said...

they are such cute little perfect buns :) Glad you felt better.. stay warm!

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious buns with filling

Anshu said...

Stuffed buns...that too homemade...wow!!!! Beautiful snack..
Thanks for the recipe...

savitha ramesh said...

Wonderful rolls and super delicious rolls.

My attempt at The Julie/Julia project said...

Beautiful beautiful buns... wish u could send me some :)
glad u found something to cheer u up :)

Radhika said...

Those rolls looks fab. I love the filling though

priya said...

so so perfectly baked and stuffed...looks awesome...nice clicks

Rekha shoban said...

perfect stuffed pan...nice click!

Jaisy James said...

looks so delicious

sowmya's creative saga said...

looks so perfect and delicious.. yumm..

RAKS KITCHEN said...

The stuffed rolls look very colourful! Good one Pari!

The Foodie said...

Those dinner rolls are absolutely fantastic... superb!!!

Madhu said...

Pari, bread looks warm and delicious...Wow.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow Pari, they have come out so well and look so cute.

Lindsay said...

This all looks great and for me today this is will be the perfect day to try this recipe.
Quick question though, if peri peri sauce is not available do you recommend something comparable?

Thanks!

Raina said...

This would make me feel better too. It looks so good and I love the love the flavors you have filled it with, especially the spicy:)

kothiyavunu.com said...

perfect & yummy looking stuffed buns!!

Pari said...

Dear Lindsay, thanks for dropping by. Try any hot and spicy sauce if you can not get hold of Peri Peri sauce.
Thank you friends for appreciating the bun.

Jaishree said...

dinner rolls looks warm and absolutely delicious.Love it!

Cham said...

Love the filling and perfect rolls!

Sangi said...

soft n delicious stuffed rolls..

Sheeba Asariah said...

warm and yummm dinner rolls....... lovely clicks

Reshmi Mahesh said...

This looks so soft and yummy...love it

Chaitali said...

Hi...

Love your blog...all your recipes are just awesum....thought of trying these rolls..n got stuck as to how much water is required to proof the yeast...So do i need 1 cup water to proof the yeast and 1 n 1/4 cup milk in total is it...????

Thnx,

Chaitali

Pari said...

Hi!
Dear Chaitali, thanks for the lovely comment.
You can proof the yeast in the milk itself with the sugar, just take half a cup milk, sugar and lukewarm it, add yeast and let it froth. Hope this helps.
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