Saturday, June 18, 2011

Eggless Garlic Buns




As a kid i would wait for evenings to come...because in the evening my Dad would bring home yummy Bun Butter Jam ....or sometimes masala bun they would simply melt in my mouth....i still cherish those times....

Even after growing up still am fond of yummy jam buns, masala buns and pav buns...
So when i came across Eggless Garlic Buns in Rak's Kitchen i was simply transported back to those times...
I simply find reasons to bake...BAKING IS ADDICTION.....

Immediately baked them up and had them when they were still warm...as suggested by Raji :)

Since this was my first Bun baking attempt i dint wanna take risk so i just halved the amount of all the ingredients ....But then this bun baking has been my best experience ever ...right from the beginning....this a fool proof recipe....

For original recipe please visit Rak's Kitchen So here is the recipe...

Ingredients
maida 3/4 cup
Dried Yeast - little less than 1/2 tblsp
Water 1/4 cup
Salt 1/2 tsp
Sugar 1/2 tblsp
Olive oil 1 tblsp

For the garlic Spread:
Garlic chopped very fine 3-5 flakes
Butter softened 2 tblsps
Chopped coriander leaves 1 tblsp
Cheese grated - 1 tblp

Method

1.Add yeast , sugar and salt to warm water and dissolve the yeast well...let it stand for 5 - 10 mins...you will be able to see a frothy liquid ..this means the yeast is active

2.In a big bowl , add the flour make a dent in the centre and add the mixed yeast water.



3.Knead the dough with olive oil to smooth and pliable(add 1 or 2 tablespoons of water if water is needed,the dough should not be too stiff and dry,it should be soft,smooth and pliable)





4.Keep covered the bowl with either a clean wet towel or a cling wrap(wrap the bowl to cover it,not the dough). Here i used wet towel method and let it stay for 1 hour

5.Now the dough should have raised double in volume. knead it again a little

6.Now divide the dough into 2 equal balls and arrange it with enough gaps in a greased baking tray.

7. Mix Butter, cheese, garlic and coriander for the spread

8.Make a small slit on top using a knife to fill the garlic spread and spoon in the spread but not too deep



9.Keep it aside in warm place for 45 minutes so that the balls double in size.

10.Pre heat the oven for 180°C

11.Bake for 20-25 minutes or till you get a golden coloured buns.Just cook for needed,over baking makes it harder! - Herei baked my buns for 20mins








Yummy,fluffy,garlicky, cheesy buns are ready


Love,
Varshini

23 comments:

  1. Varshini, I love these garlic buns, they look so yumm :)

    BTW how are you?

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  2. Nice recipe dear. You know what even I am addicted to baking.. so same pinch. I am going to try this..

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  3. hey uzma...try these...very simple to bake...
    Yeah am fine...was busy shifting...back in action

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  4. thanku indgal...sure do try this...its very easy :)

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  5. Hi varshini,your buns look too gud,it has come out great :) Thanks for your feedback and the link :)

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  6. what type of cheese have you used varshini?

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  7. bookmarked ...sounds yummy n doable..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  8. Thanku raji..am so elated...its all bcoz of ur recipe :)

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  9. @Indgal : I used regular pizza cheese ....Mozzarella cheese :)

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  10. oh ok.. i love mozzarella.. yummy and goey...

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  11. varshu its awesome. Especially ur interest ;)

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  12. :drool: :drool: They luk uberdelicious me want them :|

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  13. Looks so perfect ...u got it so gud ...looks yum

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  14. It took a long while for me to chk ths out... Im a fan of yours when it comes to cooking Varshi :)

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  15. Above the recipe preparation steps are really superb. Every one follow this steps and prepare manually. Its taste is good. Within 20 to 30 minutes it will be prepared.

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  16. @arts..thanks soo much...am elated:) flying :)

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  17. looks yummy...very nice space...multi ideas..
    happy to follow you...
    chk out my space too:
    http://anuzhealthykitchen.blogspot.com/

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  18. First time to ur space. You have lovely space. Just a silly question, how long we need to PRE HEAT the oven ?

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