Friday, 22 August 2014

Bear Bread with Paneer Bhurji



This month challenge in we knead to bake was Different Shape bread with Savory filling. I decided to bake bread that (shape) attracts the children. The bread recipe, adopted from notquitenigella


I am quite happy with shape and softness of the bread. With the savory filling and cup of tea this bread is a divine.


Ingredients for Bear Bread  :   2 ½ cup  of All purpose flour   ;   1 tsp Instant yeast   ;     1cup of Luke warm water ;    2 tbsp of Honey    ;    20 gms of soften butter   ;    tsp of Salt   ;   1 egg for glaze (optional)   ;  few pepper corns for eyes / nose


Ingredients Paneer (Indian cottage Cheese) filling :  150gms of Paneer crushed ;    1 small Onion (finely chopped)    ;  ½  Capsicum (finely chopped)   ;  1tsp Chilly powder    ;     1tsp  Oil   ;  ½ tsp Tomato sauce   ;   Salt to taste


Bear Bread preparation : In the bowl add honey, yeast, salt and water and mix. Allow the mixture to sit for 10 minutes in a warm place.


Add flour little by little to make dough. Add butter and start knead the dough till become soft.


Shape the dough into a ball and cover with cling wrap and allow it to rise for double in size. (may take up to one hour)


In the meantime, let’s do the filling…… In pan add oil, sauté onion and capsicum till onion changes to pink color then and chilly powder, sauce, salt, paneer and stir for 1-2 min or till all combine well and dry.


Now back to the Bread dough……remove the cling wrap and punch down the dough and knead for a minute.


Shape the dough into eight equal small balls (keep some dough for nose and ears) Roll the dough into 3 inch disc keep 2 to 3 tbsp. of filling and close. Try to maintain the ball shape even after filling.


Now prepare the ears and nose and fix them. Also fix the pepper corn for eye and nose. Keep the bears on a greased baking tray and cover with the damp cloth for about 45 min.


Those who don’t like egg and glaze, they can bake the bread at 180°C in a preheated oven for 10-15 minutes.


Those who don’t mind egg in the bread, they can glaze the bread with beaten egg, just before baking. The Glazing will give the fabulous finish. 


12 comments:

  1. This bear is inviting me to your home :-) A must try dish for my kid. Perfect Madhavi.

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  2. Very beautiful buns .. done so well.. cute bears !

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  3. Adorable bears. The filling looks very appetizing. There is a typo where you write about making the filling. You have written calcium instead of capsicum.

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    1. Thanks for pointing out the typographic error. Same had been corrected.

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  4. So cute bear bread with filling...........sounds interesting.love to try.
    shobha
    www.shobhapink.blogspot.in

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  7. Lovely cute bread dear....... Love the eyes!!

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  8. I really envy your baking skills :) You bake such wonderful stuff. Thanks for sharing it all with us.These bears are too cute - how could I eat such adorable fellows? :P
    Really great stuff!!

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