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Stuffed Bun

A quick and delicious snack that goes well with evening tea or coffee

Anuradha Bhunia
Mon, Feb 24 2014

Photography: Anuradha

About Anuradha

Growing up in Kalyani (WB), I learned cooking watching my mother. (She was really a good cook!). I started my own gastronomic journey on being married in a new country and experienced the challenges of adapting my recipes to the local availability of ingredients and also adopted recipes from all over the world.


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To make this bun you need 2-3 cups of all-purpose flour, 1 pack dry yeast, ½ tsp. sugar, 1 ¼ cup lukewarm milk, 1 tbsp. oil, ½ tsp. red chili flakes and ½ tsp. dry Italian herbs mix. Dissolve the dry yeast, in a lukewarm cup of milk, with sugar and oil. Stir well. Sift the flour into a large bowl; add a little salt, chili flakes and Italian herbs in it. Knead the flour well with dissolved yeast mixture. Cover and store in a tight container in a dark and dry place for 1 ½ hrs. It will double in size after 1 ½ hrs. Punch down and, knead it briefly and divide into portions. [I used store bought pizza dough mix, then added chili flakes, Italian herb, a little oil and hot water.]

For the filling, I made spicy stuffing with turkey sausages. First I fried 1 medium chopped onion then added 1 big chopped orange pepper, fried until soft, then added red chili flakes and dried Italian herb and cooked well. Then added a hand full of chopped cilantro. Filled the dough portions with stuffing and shaped like bun. I put them on greased baking sheet and baked for15 minutes at 400F.

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