Monday, 3 April 2017

Bell Pepper and Paneer Stuffed Lattice Bread

As usual we are following ABC pattern in this mega marathon also. But the condition here is that the dish name should start with the alphabet of the day. And more stricter conditions here is that the name should be the dish name and better not to start with the country name or better not to have an adjective. So more challenges on our way...

Actually the first recipe that I tried for this mega marathon is today's recipe. And ofcourse the first one which I followed outside Gayathri's space. It took me some time to identify the origin of this recipe. I had to refer to some 3-4 blogs. Finally found out that this recipe came from Britain. And I was very happy for that.

I made this stuffed bread for a late breakfast on a weekend. The whole house was filled with the nice aroma of this bread and the memory is so vivid. The recipe was also easy to make and I will definitely be repeating this.

Recipe source: seduceyourtastebuds
Country: Britain








Ingredients:

For the dough

whole wheat flour - 2 cups
olive oil - 1/4 cup
salt - to taste
sugar - 1 tsp
Chilly flakes - 1 tbsp
Basil - 1 tbsp
Instant yeast - 2 tsp.
water - to mix
milk - 1/2 + 1/4 cup

Stuffing
Bell pepper (capsicum) - 1
Paneer - 100 grams
Onions - 50 grams
Tomato sauce - 1 tbsp
Chilly sauce - 1 tbsp
Soya sauce - 1 tsp
Salt - to taste
oil - 1 tbsp
Pepper powder - 1/2 tsp
Grated cheese - 4 tbsp
Sesame seeds - 1 tbsp



Method:


  • Mix the sugar and yeast in warm water and keep it aside. Let it raise.
  • Combine all the ingredients for the dough in a mixing bowl along with the yeast water and form into a soft dough. Knead until smooth and elastic, about 5-8 minutes. Cover and keep aside until it doubles in volume, for about half an hour.
  • Meanwhile prepare the stuffing. Chop the onions, tomatoes and the peppers.
  • Heat oil in a pan and add the tomatoes, onions. Keep stirring until almost dry. Add salt to taste and all the sauces and finally add the diced peppers. Stir for another 2-3 minutes and turn off heat. Mix in the diced paneer. Allow it to cool.
  • Preheat oven to 220 C. When the dough has risen transfer it to a flat working surface. Cut it into two and save one portion. Using a little flour to keep it from sticking form a round ball.
  • Roll into a large thin disc. Cut into quarters. Make small slits in the sides.
  • Brush the top with oil. Place some of the filling in the center. Add some grated cheese on top and little pepper powder.
  • Fold the sides over the filling first from the right and then from the left. Fold in the bottom layer and seal with the top. 
  • Transfer to a baking tray covered with parchment paper. Repeat for the other quarters. Then repeat for the second portion of dough. Brush the top with the remaining oil and sprinkle sesame seeds. I used white ones.
  • Bake in the preheated 220 C oven for 15-18 minutes or the tops are brown.


The bread tastes best when hot out of the oven.











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14 comments:

  1. I have always been fond of stuffed breads and the stuffing here is too good, sounds real good.

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  2. Lol first one to follow from a different blog sounds so cute..:)..and a good choice..Btw with you listing all those rules, you make me sound like a strict officer..:)

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  3. Wow, love the stuffing in this bread Ruchi and the good thing it is it can be customized to ones tastes. Lovely looking lattice bread.

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  4. Stuffed breads are a weakness of mine and when it is paneer, I am in heaven. Lovely Lattice Bread!!

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  5. Savory stuffed buns are my favorite and in fact my whole family is very happy with breads like these for dinner with a bowl of soup. Great choice for the alphabet!

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  6. A very tempting filling for this interesting bread.

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  7. this is nice snack time eat, loved the lattice pattern

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  8. The filling is making me drool, I'm all for savory breads! Looks yummy

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  9. Tell me about finding the recipe source... I have few confusing origins too. ;-) Between this lattice looks amazing. perfect filling snack

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  10. This savoury lattice bread looks simply awesome, prefect to pack in kid's snack box as well. Wonderful pick again.

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  11. These days my kids keep on demanding savory breads and this flavorful lattice bread could be a good addition.

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  12. I love the savory kind of stuffed breads. This one looks really flavorful.

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  13. My daughter loves stuffed bread and this bread looks beautiful

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