Pav Buns are one of the main thing which you need as a side for vada pav or pav bhajji.These fluffy and soft buns are so tasty with anything..You can have it on its own too..They are readily available in supermarkets , but they are quite expensive here..So I thought to make it on my own..
This is the first time I am making it, the result was quite amazing..these buns turned out so soft and spongy..I totally loved it..The smell of freshly baked buns fills your house as you baked them..There is nothing better than baking your own bread or buns..
I actually made vada pav, potato pav, onion pav using this and served it with green chutney and tamarind chutney..They are totally delicious…Will post recipes soon...You could probably stuff anything in this from chicken filling to vegetable filling and enjoy this soft buns..I actually had one by just spreading some green chutney and tamarind chutney and sprinkled some garlic chutney over it and took my first bite, wow it was so good.. Would recommend you to try it once…So without any delay off you go to the recipe.
Hope you love this and let me know what you think..
All purpose Flour - 500 gms / 1/2 kg
Yeast - 1 tblspn
Butter - 4 tblspn melted + for brushing on top
Sugar -1 tblspn
Salt - 2 tsp
Warm Milk - as needed to make the dough
Add yeast and sugar to warm milk and mix well. Let it stand for 5-10 mins untill it becomes foamy.
Take flour in a mixing bowl and add salt in that. Mix this together so that the salt gets uniformly distributed.
Now pour the milk in this and mix well so that it forms a very soft dough.
Pour melted butter over this and mix well.Cover it with a damp cloth and let it rest for 1-1/2 hour till it doubles in size..
Now punch the air out and divide into equal portions..
Take a tray or any baking pan and arrange this balls equally spaced.
Now cover with a damp cloth and let it rest for 30 mins till it doubles in size.
Now put this in a preheated oven( 200 Degree C / 400 Degree F) for 15-20 mins untill the top turns golden and cooked.
Remove it from the oven and brush it with butter.
Remove the pav buns individually and serve it with pavbhajji or use it for vada pav or anything.
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|Take all your ingrediants|
|First add sugar into warm milk|
|and mix well..Let it sit for a while till it foams up like..|
|take flour in a bowl|
|add salt and mix well|
|pour the yeast milk|
|and mix well|
|add in butter|
|and mix well|
|cover with a cloth and let it rest|
|till it doubles in size|
|see how it has doubled|
|knock down the air|
|and divide into equal portions|
|butter a tray|
|form smooth balls out of this|
|and arrange it in the tray|
|cover again and let it rest till|
|it rises again..Now bake it|
|smear over some butter|
|and remove it|
|so fluffy right|
|it was so good|
|a close look|
|i applied some tamarind chutney, green chutney and garlic chutney over it|
|pressed it down|
|and took a bite..it was heaven..|