Jun 28, 2011

Masala Buns(Spicy Potatoes Stuffed Buns)

Masala Buns
I made this last week and it was a huge hit in my family,Everyone liked it so much..I will surely make this again..The dough for this recipe is the basic pizza dough recipe that I have already posted in my blog..Check this link for the recipe,Do the dough exactly same way.. This buns will be great for a picnic,since it is less messy and basically it is very simple to make..Infact you could put any filling in this.
Ingrediants:

Basic Pizza Dough(Click here for recipe)

For Filling:

Potato-2 cup mashed
Peas-1 cup frozen/defrosted
Onion-1 chopped
Capsicum-1/2 chopped
Red chilli powder-1 tsp
Turmeric powder / manjal podi -1 tsp
Coriander powder / malli podi-1 tblspn
Garam masala powder-1 tsp
Tomato Ketchup-1 tblspn
Cumin seeds / jeera-1 tsp
Saunf / sombu-1 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil-1 tblspn
Coriander leaves for garnishing

Method:

Preheat theoven to 220° C(450° F)

Get the basic pizza dough ready for this...Check this link for the dough recipe.
  
In the mean time make the filling.In a frying pan add oil and crackle some cumin and saunf in it.

Add in onions,capsicum and mix well.Throw in red chilli powder,turmeric powder, coriander powder, garam masala powder and mix well.Season with salt.

Add in tomato ketchup with this.

Now add in peas and potatoes and mix till combined.garnish with coriander leaves and mix well.

Let this cool down.Divide into equal balls and set this aside for a moment.

Divide the dough into equal balls and set it aside.

Take the dough ball and flatten it slightly,place the filling inside this and seal it from all edges.Make it into a round shape and place on a foil lined baking sheet.

Make every dough like this and place it in a baking sheet leaving some space between them,because they will expand.

Cover it with a cloth and let it rise for 30 min..If you want you could brush the buns with a beaten egg or milk .

Now place this in a preheated oven for 15-20 min till lightly golden on the top.

Remove it from the oven and brush it with some butter or oil and serve warm.

Pictorial:


Grab your ingrediants
Crackle cumin and fennel

Saute some onions and bell pepper

add turmeric and chilli powder

throw some spice powders

add in ketchup

add some frozen peas

add in mashed potatoes

Mix well

Tip this in a bowl


Take the dough out and divide in to equal portions..

Stuff the stuffing inside the dough
Arrange it in a tray

let it rise...apply some milk over this

Bakes to perfection


Brush with butter

SERVE

YUMMY

69 comments:

  1. awsome perfect bkaing buns best to eat in breakfast

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  2. awsome perfect bkaing buns best to eat in breakfast

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  3. awsome perfect bkaing buns best to eat in breakfast

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  4. awsome perfect bkaing buns best to eat in breakfast

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  5. fantastic!
    I think I'll make them as soon as this hot weather cools a little bit!

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  6. Yum yum....the bun so fluffy and looks soft, delicious!

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  7. Woww!! I've always wanted to learn how to make these buns!! Excellent recipe..You present the step by step VERY well !

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  8. Amazing! It looks soft and spicy...

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  9. lovely masala buns..looks yum yum..bookmarked !!

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  10. Would make a great evening snack... Perfectly done buns...

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  11. OMG OMG this masala buns are awesome.:))

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  12. Wow..terrific and tempting.Perfect snack.filling.

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  13. Buns looks super fabulous,filling and satisfying..

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  14. I've only really eaten Chinese buns before but this idea is fantastic! I'm definitely hoping to try it sometime.

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  15. This dish looks incredible, and a great change to work with spices I do not use that often.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  16. woow its my fav...love it....awesome recipe..:)

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  17. I'm going to make a version of this using super soft supermarket rolls from which I will pluck out a pocket for the filling. My filling will be chorizo and cheese and onion I think. You've given me a wonderful inspiration. In case you are wondering, I don't bake. And I especially don't bake in the summertime.

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  18. wow, that looks so cute and yummy

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  19. ohh... yummy.. those are perfectly done masala buns. They look yummy.

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  20. Buns look spicy and delicious with the stuffing.

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  21. That's so delicious. And not to mention a neat way to make kids eat veggies.

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  22. I want I want!! These buns are perfectly done (and adorable, too). A big hit for sure.

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  23. Very delicious one. This has been on my to do list from a long time. :)

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  24. wow..super soft buns ..really good n so tempting..n now i feel like baking them..thnx for the inspiration aarti!

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  25. Looks yummy. thanks for visiting my space and your lovely comments. Glad to follow you. Hope you like my space too.

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  26. buns look simply gorgeous and delicious !

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  27. Wow perfectly done....looks very tempting

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  28. These buns are really beautiful! So delicious with that flavorful filling!

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  29. perfectly made buns and loved the stuffing

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  30. Unos panecillos con un buen relleno y las especias que me gustan.
    Besos.

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  31. Delicious buns. That stuffing makes it truly irresistable

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  32. Buns came out so well soft and perfect .

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  33. Awesome Aarthi..appreciate your efforts to take step by step recipes..

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  34. Buns looks perfect! perfect!!. Nice post.

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  35. Lovely recipe. Just love the idea of stuffing the masala in the bun, this is like having an easy to carry mumbai vadapav.

    Pradnya
    http://pumpkinfarmfood.blogspot.com

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  36. What temperature do you bake the buns at, and for how long? Thanks for sharing.

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  37. What temperature do you bake these buns at? And, for how long? Thanks for sharing.

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  38. @fxs...I have written that in the recipe itself..

    Bake it at 220° C(450° F) for 15-20 mins untill the buns turn light golden..

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  39. Super tempting buns will surely try

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  40. hey aarthi.i hve kept yeast mixture to rise up but it is almost one hour it is nt getting frothy..plz reply..I hve used active dry yeast.......

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  41. my yeast mixture dint got frothy even after one hour. .wht to do....reply asap

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  42. @Priety MaheshwariIt is because of three reason.

    1)You must have added yeast to cold water. It wont get activated in cold water.

    2)You must have added yeast to very hot water, so it must have killed yeast.

    3)Your yeast must be expired. Always store yeast in fridge. Throw the yeast away and get a new batch.

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  43. Can I use your whole wheat pizza dough recipe for the buns?

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  44. @PavithraYes u can use whole wheat pizza dough, but it wont be that soft, but taste great

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  45. Hi aarthi,can we use borosil glass to bake bins.I don't have baking tray

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  46. Same temperature we should use.

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  47. Hi, how can i make these in a microwave? I have convection model

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  48. @neha saxenaUse same temp and time to bake. First preheat and the backe

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  49. Can you please a good brand of yeast...it never becomes frothy though i follow the instructions.

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  50. Please suggest a good brand of yeast. ..it never becomes frothy though i follow the instructions

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  51. @AnonymousWill soon start to sell the yeast which i use in my online shop, will share it then

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  52. Preheated means plz briefly explained it

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  53. @pankhuri guptacheck this post
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/2014/06/how-to-preheat-oven-for-baking-how-to.html

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  54. I am having microwave oven. I can't use aluminum foil right?

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  55. @Mathuif u have convection mode you can use foil else you cannot

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  56. Hi arthi
    Superb love all ur recipes
    Pls tell me can I use your yeast free dough recipe for the same.
    And pls post some yeast free recipes though I live them but can't have as I am allergen to yeast so pls pls do post some yeast free recipes.
    God bless u

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  57. Can we use milk instead of water like pav for yeast?

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