Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Baked Double Decker Cheese Rings | 500th Post | Easy Starter Recipe | Step Wise


Foodelicious-Baked Double Decker Cheese Rings
Hi all!
Can’t believe that I finally reached the milestone of 500th post. It has taken me five long years to reach here. Yeah, slow and steady wins the race Smile. I know, I could have been  faster than this but there were months when blogging took a back seat.
I wanted this post to be special, so I cooked and tried so many dishes keeping the 500th post in mind and it took me a month long to decide, which one would make it to the 500th mark. After baking these beauties, all my doubts vanished immediately, as I knew for sure that no one could deny a piece of it.
These double decker cheese rings have been adapted from a you tube video but while baking them I realised that there are loop holes in the recipe especially in terms of baking procedure, so worked on it and baked at higher temperature. Small sized things should be baked preferably at higher temperature to get perfect baking, also the video doesn't ask to grease the exterior of the  rings,  which can actually make them dry.
These are so easy to make and assemble that even children can join you in making them. These can be liked by people from all age groups and children would love them the most. My kid loved them to the core and ate to his heart’s content and still craved for more.
These make an excellent party pleaser for guests and even kids would love them for birthday parties or even as an after school/ after play snack. The filling can be so versatile and it’s completely up to one’s choice. It’s a good way of feeding veggies to the children. This is one preparation which is healthy as well as tasty.
Foodelicious-Baked Double Decker Cheese Rings

Baked Double Decker Cheese Rings

Preparation Time:30mins | Baking Time:10mins/batch | Makes: 10pieces | Difficulty Level: Easy

 
Ingredients
(Recipe adapted from you tube video by Ruchi Bharani) 
20 Bread slices (I used whole wheat bread)
For stuffing
3tbsp each of red, green and yellow bell pepper, finely chopped
100gms, cottage cheese crumbled
2 cheese slices
1/2 -1tsp chilli flakes
1/2tsp basil, hand crushed
1/2tsp mix seasoning (I used Domino’s seasoning mix)
salt to taste
1tsp tomato paste
For butter spread
50gms salted butter
50gms, cheese spread (I used black pepper flavour)
2garlic cloves, grated
also, oil/milk/butter for brushing
Method
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Mix together the ingredients for the butter spread. Mix all the ingredients under filling too. Keep the butter and filling ready.
Take two round cutters, one bigger in size and the other two sizes smaller than the first one. One could use bowls with sharp edges too.
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Using the bigger size cutter, cut all the bread slices into discs.
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Take half the cut discs and using the smaller cutter, cut rings.
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On the bread discs, apply a generous layer of the butter spread.
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Put a bread ring over the disc and press to seal all the edges.Take 1tablespoon of the filling and fill it neatly in the centre of the ring. Repeat the process for all the discs and rings.
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Preheat oven at 200C. Apply oil lightly using a brush on the edges of the ring. This will prevent drying of the bread.
Bake in the oven for 8-10mins or more, till the bread gets a light golden colour. Serve hot.
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30 comments:

Shweta Agrawal said...

wow...sounds pretty exciting and interesting. Great recipe:)
Congrats on your 500th post

Linsy Patel said...

Looks Nice. What comes inside Dominos pacj? Italian seasoning? We don't have that here that's why.

Kaveri Venkatesh said...

Congratulations on your milestone post..wish u all the success...These bread discs look delicious and tempting

Pari Vasisht said...

Linsy, the domino's mix has mixed herbs with salt and garlic powder.

Nithu said...

Looks so yummy.. Congrats on ur 500th post..

Sathya Priya said...

Many congratulations on your 200th post .This def is a kid pleaser recipe

Razina Javed said...

Wow these looks so cute...

Its True said...

Yummyy.. Congratulations

Briju Parthasarathy said...

Congratulations on your 500th recipe. Its a yummy way to celebrate the ocassion

Anu said...

Many congratulations on you 500th post Pari. Your Baked Double Decker Cheese Rings look terrific, would give it a try soon :-)

Reena Mehta said...

My hearty congrats Pari on ur milestone achievement . What a nice name to such an interesting n simply appealing dish. Lovely presentation 👌.

Mayuri Patel said...

congratulations Pari. Love the baked double decker cheese rings. Its surely would please any guest. I am going to try this recipe out very soon.
I am hosting an event. Please link your mushroom recipes.
http://mayurisjikoni.blogspot.com/2014/11/event-nov-2014-mushrooms.html

Veena Theagarajan said...

congrats on the milestone.. Nice way to celebrate

Meri Rasoi said...

Very nice clicks:) CONGRATULATIONS!!! on ur 500 th post:)

lavina agarwal said...

Congrats on yet another milestone pari..lovely recipe with simple steps. .thanks for sharing

Kalpana Sareesh said...

sooper delicious looking.. cheessy .. Congrats!!

Rafeeda AR said...

Wow!!! What a way to celebrate your post number 500!!! Love that starter, it sounds so easy, perfect to make the kids happy... wishing you many many more yummy posts and long years of blogging... :)

Sona S said...

Congrats on your 500th post!! These cheese rings look so inviting and delicious.

Nupur Mehra said...

What a brilliant idea Pari! you truly are cooking genius!

Mina Joshi said...

Congratulations on your 500th Post. And thanks a lot for sharing this recipe. I think my family will love this recipe.

Jeena suraj said...

Congratulations, and really delicious baked cheese rings. Its made so perfectly....

Ree Kasirajh said...

many congratulations and such a innovative recipe

Anonymous said...

directly copied from ruchi bharani's recipe from rajeshri production...!! good coping going on..

Pari Vasisht said...

Mr or Miss Anonymous, I could have easily deleted this comment or marked it a spam but I wanted u to understand that you can't just come and call some one names without actually going through the post. Due credit has been given and the post is linked to the video too. So learn to read the post first and if you don't have the energy to read the post completely, learn to shut ur big mouth.

malarmuthu said...

Hi Pari,

Hearty congrats on your 500th post!! Lovely kid pleasing recipe :) Keep inspiring!!!

Farheen Banu said...

Many many congratulations!!
I am new and very happy to be here!

Lovely and easy recipe!
Would try soon :)

NK Design said...

Lovely !!! If serving for a party - can I make it few hours in advance and keep in oven when ready to serve .. Will the bread get soggy ??

Chanz said...

Wow...lovely a must try

Emran Ahammad said...

Nice post

Deeksha Pathak said...

Nice, innovative and tasty treat,

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