Wednesday, July 3, 2013

PULL APART PIZZA ROLLS



Try out this easy pizza flavoured pull apart bread.. You can play around with different flavours and toppings, for example- green coriander and mint masala, keema for non-vegetarians or if you like a sweet one go for jams, fruit sauces, chocolate sauce . This is a perfect bread for snacking anytime or for breakfast. Kids will surely love it.

Ingredients for the dough:
Maida/white flour ........... 2 cups
Fresh yeast ... 1 cube (1 tablespoon)
Salt ............ 1 tsp.
Sugar ......... 2 tsp.
Ghee/butter .......... 1 tsp.
Luke warm water for kneading.

1. Take the flour, make a well in the middle. Put only the sugar and crumble the yeast on top of the sugar.

2. Sprinkle the salt on the side (there should be no contact between the yeast and the salt)

3. Knead the dough using the luke warm water.Add the ghee and knead it well for 2-3 minutes.

4. Cover it and leave it in a warm place till it is risen to double.
(about 15-20 mins. in summer....in winter it takes a little longer)
Meanwhile make the masala.

Ingredients for masala/filling:
Onion ............... 1 grated
Capsicum/bell pepper....... 1/2 (shredded very finely)
Tomatoes ...... 2 (blanched and pureed)
Ginger-garlic paste .... 1tbsp.
Oregano ........ 1tsp.
Red chilli powder ....1/4 tsp.
Tomato ketchup ... 1 tbsp.
Salt .............. to taste
Oil ............. 1tbsp.
1. In a pan heat the oil. Add the ginger garlic paste, saute a little and add the onions.
2. Fry for a minute and add the rest of the ingredients. Stir fry till it is completely dry.
Let it cool


To make the rolls:

1. Take the dough and apply a little butter/ghee on a clean platform and roll it into a rectangular shape like a swiss roll.

2. Spread the masala on it and roll into a cylindrical shape as shown in the picture.











3. Using a fine thread cut into 1/2 inch pieces and place them close to each other in a greased baking tray (a 9'' deep baking tray will be just right)
4. Again let them rise till double.
5. Pre-heat the oven and bake for 15-17 minutes.

10 comments:

  1. WOW! This looks yum. Wish I could eat it right away.

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  2. I have been toying with the idea of making a savory-style roll like these lately. I love your filling, it sounds absolutely delicious! I may just have to try these :D Thanks so much for sharing them!

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    1. Thanks Heather.. Pizza flavour is liked by one and all..

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  3. Nice one dear thanks for linking :)

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