21 June 2009

Parsley and Curry leaf bun

Ever since i came across the recipe in anudivya's blog i wanted to try it.
her buns looked so drool worthy and the way she had shaped the buns looked like a pro
i have just altered the flour used and i have not added gluten,the rest is the same as the original version. the original recipe is here


Ingredients

All purpose flour - 2 cups
wheat flour - 2 cups
Salt - To taste
Baker's yeast - 2 1/2 tsp
Warm water - 1/4 cup
Sugar - 1/4 tsp
Yogurt - 1 tbsp
Olive oil - 1 tsp
Curry leaves - 2 tbsp chopped
Parsley - 2 tbsp chopped
Pepper - 1/2 tbsp
Sesame seeds - 1 tbsp

Method

  • Soak yeast in warm water along with sugar and let it sit for 15 minutes to foam and activate.
  • Meanwhile in another bowl, mix the dry ingredients - flour, salt and pepper.
  • Mix the dry ingredients with the activated yeast mixture, add oil and yogurt. Add the herbs and knead on a floured surface. Knead for 13-15 minutes by hand, or use a kneader attachment on the mixer. The dough should be soft and smooth.Cover and let it sit in a warm place for about 1 1/2 hours or till it doubles in size.
  • After that, take the dough, fold it over 3 or 4 times, releasing the air bubbles. Pinch into smaller balls, roll them neatly and firmly. Place it on a baking tray with enough room to expand while baking.
  • Cover with a cloth and place in a warm place again to rise. This method is called proofing
  • Preheat oven to 375 F.
  • After an hour, brush them with oil or an egg wash on top. Sprinkle sesame seeds and bake till the buns are golden brown on top.
  • Let it cool and slather with a spread/butter of your choice and devour.




sending these across to Low Fat (eggless) baking event by madhuram



also sending these to yeastspotting at wildyeast

41 comments:

chakhlere said...

wow!!
This buns really look yummy!!
Grt recipe too!!
Loved it!
I am gonna try it in my next baking!!

Pooja said...

Thanks Chakhlere ! all the best!

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Wow they have come out really well. Nice recipe.

Renu said...

your buns look yummy...now I want to try as well :))

Arundathi said...

Lovely blog you have here. Thanks for visiting mine and for your kind words. These buns look great and I love those photos of the chole bhatura! yum!

Gita said...

Perfect looking buns...I can imagine the flavor of these :)

anudivya said...

Awesome job Pooja! And thanks for following my recipe and I am glad you enjoyed it, yours looks sooo good. :)

Sailaja said...

it looks professional...

Pooja said...

Lovely buns Pooja :) Has turned out perfect! But I do have a doubt..do u need to add extra water for mixing the dough or will the ingredients mentioned above be sufficient?

ARUNA said...

they look so fluffy and good!!!

Parita said...

Wow these have come out perfect!

Priya said...

Prefectly baked buns!

Timothy Low said...

Wow, I wonder if they are spicy.

CHAITRA said...

Buns looks great and perfect!!!
Do drop in sometime

Sushma Mallya said...

Thanks pooja was visiting my blog and giving your valuable comments which mean a lot to me .....curry leaf bun looks very nice and perfectly baked ...

Padma said...

Nice bread Pooja... love the favor of curry leaves ...

Vrinda said...

Buns look perfect Pooja..hav to try this soon..

Ramya said...

Wow!!Buns look perfect..I have not tried baking bread..HAve to try this one..I prefer savoury to sweet buns..Book marked this!!

Aysha said...

Yummy!!!The buns looks too good.Its been a while since i have baked smthng.You havw got me back 2 d track:)

Pooja said...

@A2Zveg
Thanks a2z !

@renu
thanks renu !


@arundhati
thanks dear ! thanks for stopping by !

@gita
thanks dear!

@anudivya
hey thank u soooooooooo much for the recipe ! my hubby really devoured it !

@ sailaja
Thanks sailu!

@pooja
hey i think i added a little extra water but not much though ! thanks !
@parita
thanks pari!

@ aruna
thanks dear !

@priya
thanks priya !


@Timothy
hey they are not spicy.. may u can omit the pepper !

@ chaitra
thanks ! will surely drop in dear

@ Sushma
thanks ! it was so nice visiting ur blog !

@Padma
Thanks dear !

@vrinda
thanks dear !

@ramya
thanks ramya !

@Aysha
good to hear that ! happy baking !

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Pooja - such an yummy bread...

Pooja said...

hey thanks home cooked oriya food

Ann said...

Wow this looks so professional.. love the pictures and sounds so yumm

kittymatti said...

wow! these buns look so good Pooja! Great job
Thnx for the lovely comment

Madhuram said...

Pooja I too had bookmarked the recipe from Anu's blog and wow! you have already baked it. It looks very good and thank you very much for sending it to the event.

foodcreate said...

These Buns look so Delicious!

Thanks for sharing your recipe:)

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Prathibha said...

Lovely buns..perfectly baked..Might be very flavorful naa...

Pavithra said...

Wow looking good and perfectly done... wish to try this soon

MIMIHUMI said...

Beautiful, i have to try it.
welcome to my vegetarian blog

http://redlittleradish.blogspot.com/

Divya Vikram said...

Looks too good. Great snack with tea.

Rush said...

the buns have come out fantastic..u put in that extra spirit, which makes me wanna try too!!

Preety said...

buns looks so perfect..i can have all in one go..:)

Ashwini said...

home made buns look perfect.. first time to ur blog...got good recipes..

If u have time pls check out my blog!!!

Susan/Wild Yeast said...

These buns are just lovely. Thanks for sending them to YeastSpotting!

Varunavi said...

Buns looks yummy,will try this :)

Hari Chandana said...

looks yummy and perfect.. amazing snaps :)

Sanghi said...

Mm yummmy perfect buns..! also ur blog! Following! Do check mine!

Pooja said...

@Ann
thanks a bunch dear !

@kittymatti
Hey thanks a lot !

@madhuram
hey yes madhu her buns were tempting right ?u have a great site for eggless baking ! 3 cheers to u !


@foodcreate
thanks foodcreate !
i am sure to visit ur web page !

@prathiba
yeah dear it turned out too good..especially the flavor of the curry leaves...hmmmmmm !thanks to anu !

@pavithra
thanks pavi !


@mimihumi
thanks dear !

@divya
yeah divya ! goes good with tea !

@rush
best wishes dear !

@preety
sure preety... y not?

@ashwini
yeah ashwini.. will visit ur blog !

@wildyeast
thanks wildyeast ! u have lovely events ! i got inspired to baking checking out those links in ur web page !

@Varunavi
thanks dear ! all the best !

@hari chandana
Thanks hari !

@sanghi
thanks sanghi ! thanks for following ! will follow suite

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