Sunday, May 22, 2011

Masala Bread

This bread is very good alternative of roti or parathas.  it's good for break fast and launch and its healthy too. Here i use patanjali wheat flour and this flour have 9 type of grains in this flour lentil millet wheat so it's reach of protein.

Ingredients:
 1    1/2 cup bread flour + 1/2 cup for dusting
2.    1 cup Patanjali wheat flour
3.    1/2 cup oatmeal powder
4.    1 tablespoon garlic paste
5.    1 tablespoon ginger - chili paste
6.    1/2 tablespoon cumin seeds
7.    1 teaspoon red chili powder or your taste
8.    2 teaspoon active dry instant yeast
9.    2 tablespoon oil or melted butter
10.  1 ½ tablespoons sugar
11.  1/2 cup lukewarm milk (vegan choice soy milk)
12.  1/2 cup lukewarm water
13.  1/2 teaspoon salt
14.  1/4 lukewarm water as needed
Method:
1.   Mix the water, milk and sugar in large bowl.
2.   Sprinkle the yeast in top of the milk mixture cover and keep a side for ten minutes.
3.   Take another large bowl and add all flour and oil and mix well.
4.   Now combine yeast and flour together.
5.   Take the dough out on lightly floured surface and knead for 6 to 8 minute, if required add little water (make smooth dough).
6.   Let the dough rest for 2 hours in an oiled bowl, cover with kitchen towel to prevent dough skin.
7.   After 2 hour it will have been double in size.
8.   Take another bowl and mix all spices.
9.   Take out air from the dough by patting with the help of hand.
10. Cut this dough seven to eight portion and sprinkle all spices.
11. Now build all part of the dough and mix very well.
12. Put the dough in rectangle or round greased pan.
13. Cover the pan with kitchen towel and leave them to rise for another 1 hour.
14. After 1 hour dough is again double in size.
15. Bake in a preheated oven at 200º C For 30 to 35 minutes or until brown on the top.
16. Let it cool down completely.
17. Cut this bread and serve with curd, juice, tea or coffee and also good going with pickle.
18. Should finish with in 4 days. Store in refrigerator.
Tips:
* Kneading the dough is a necessary step in the bread (buns) making process.
* Usually a dough goes through two rising periods, the first after mixing and the second after shaping.
* When the loaf starts its second rise after shaping, it is a good time to PREHEAT the OVEN about before 15 minutes.
* if u no have patanjali flour than u can make this bread 1/2 cup wheat flour+ 1 tbsp pearl millet flour +1 tbsp any lentils flour+1 tbsp corn flour+ 1 tbsp ray or buck wheat flour. 

* if u no have patanjali flour than u can make this bread 1/2 cup wheat flour+ 1 tbsp pearl millet flour +1 tbsp any lentils flour+1 tbsp corn flour+ 1 tbsp ray or buck wheat flour.





21 comments:

spcookiequeen said...

I've never worked with some of these grains, but this bread sure does sound like something I would like to try. I like the seasonings you used too.
-Gina-

Nancy and Vijay said...

It sounds delicious. You've made a taste treat out of ordinary bread!

Torviewtoronto said...

yummy looking bread looks wonderful

Belinda @zomppa said...

What an incredible bread!!! Love the flavors.

Lilla said...

Amazing spiced bread that I'll try to make :)

Priya said...

Sounds amazing. Definitely try this one out.

Suman Singh said...

Pantanjali wheat flour sounds new to me..but the bread looks healthy and perfect..

Ringo-chan said...

I'm not sure where to find that flour, but I'll have to start hunting for it! The spices in it sound mouth watering!

Manu said...

Yum! I have never heard of this bread before, but it sure looks delicious. Next time I go to the local Indian store I am going to see if I can find this patanjali flour!

Shanthi said...

Looks wonderful& tempting and sure would have tasted good.

Nami @ Just One Cookbook said...

Wow so creative! I'd love to try bread with all my favorite seasonings in it!!! Is it common to have spiced bread? It's just new concept to me and I thin it's so smart!!

Beth Michelle said...

wow this sounds so interesting. I love the combinations of the flavors in it.

Tiffany said...

This looks delicious! I love all of the spices in the bread!

kankana said...

very creative and can imagine the taste with all the spice combination you used :)

Vardhini said...

Wow .. the bread looks so yummy. Love the use of all the spices.

Vardhini
VardhinisKitchen

Peggy said...

What a unique bread! Can't wait to try it!

Daksha said...

Thanks to all my friends for your lovely feedback and nice comments.

Sandra said...

So many flavors, this is an interesting recipe.

Katherine said...

I never would have thought to make a savory spiced bread like this - I love the use of masala!

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Daksha said...

Thanks to all my friends for stopping my space and give ur lovely feedback.

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