Spicy pull apart wheat bread

By shanobiju

April 13, 2017

Ingredients

2 1/2 cup Wheat flour/ bread flour

1 tsp Instant dry yeast

2 tbsp Fresh cream

2 tbsp tbsp Milk powder

Warm milk 3/4 cup +3 tbsp

1 Egg

1 tbsp Sugar

3/4 tsp Salt

For the flavouring

1/4 cup Refined oil

2 tbsp Red chilli flakes

2 tbsp Garlic paste

2 tsp Coriander leaves chopped

1 tsp Lemon juice

1/2 tsp Salt

In a small bowl, mix all the ingredients and heat it in microwave oven for a minute.Keep it aside.

Directions

1I've tried this recipe using plain wheat flour and bread flour. Bread flour gives a softer texture than plain wheat flour. I've doubled the quantity of ingredients and baked a pull apart bread and a simple loaf using the same dough .

2In a bowl, mix flour, milk powder, fresh cream,instant dry yeast, sugar ,salt and egg .

3Mix well.

4Add warm milk.

5Knead well for 2-3 mins.

6Add rest of the milk.

7Dough will be sticky.Knead for 7-8 mins.

8Apply oil on the dough and place it in a well oiled bowl for first rise. Cover it with cling film.

9Let the dough double in volume.

10Punch down the dough gently. Knead it for a minute or two .

11Divide the dough into two parts.

12Add the flavoured oil . Keep a tbsp of oil aside.

13Roll it into a rectangle.

14Shape it into a log.

15Slice into 12-15 pieces.Arrange it in a oiled bread tin . Keep it for the second rise. Cover it with cling.Meanwhile Preheat the oven at 180 degree C with top and bottom rods on. The dough should rise 1" below the rim of the loaf tin .

16Now apply the flavoured oil using a brush and cover the loaf tin with aluminium foil. Make a tent with aluminium foil . Place it in the oven and let it bake for 25 mins. Now take the tin out , remove the aluminium foil and apply salted butter or egg wash it.

17Keep it back in the oven and bake for 3-4 mins until the crust is golden brown in colour.

18Remove from the oven and apply salted butter liberally.

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22 Reviews

Shano Biju

December 6, 2017

Thankyou Narinder for the kind words and appreciation..πŸ™‚

Shano Biju

December 6, 2017

I always use Instant dry yeast.It can be added directly without proofing it separately.
The dough should double in volume for the first rise.The dough should rise till [email protected] below the rim of the loaf tin.
Proofing time can vary ..
I’ve tried the same recipe with Arshiwad
Atta..
I always use Gloripan or Angel brand instant dry yeast..
Temperature settings of each oven varys..I use MR 40l..

Shano Biju

December 6, 2017

I always use instant dry yeast…and it is directly added to the dough.

Shano Biju

December 6, 2017

Monali..the dough should double in volume for the first rise.
The dough should rise till 1” below the rim of the bread tin during the second rise.

Shano Biju

December 6, 2017

Yes ..Srabanti..

Narinder

December 5, 2017

I love your recipes always and like your baking style thanks

Renuka

December 1, 2017

Dear Madam…

I am sorry to tell you that I had a disastrous baking experience today with your bread recipe…It did not rise at all and moreover with the baking time you have given it dint bake fully…
I wish to ask certain clarifications…
What is the difference between active yeast and instant yeast? How do I mix the yeast with for it to bubble?
How much is the time required to raise the dough?
Is it because I used the wheat flour used for making rotis the bread did not rise?
With the given amount of measurements…when you say that divide the dough into half means that these 2 halves have to be baked seperately?

Renuka

December 1, 2017

Do I have to soak yeast or add directly to the mix?

Monali

December 1, 2017

looks tempting cant wait to try it! btw for how long should we keep the dough for 1st n 2nd rise?

Srabanti

December 1, 2017

Whole wheat bread flour is atta?

Shano Biju

December 1, 2017

No ..I used whole wheat bread flour .

Shano Biju

December 1, 2017

Thankyou so much Purnima 😍

Zoharian

November 30, 2017

Can I know if u ve added oats…why is the battr looking grainy

Purnima Samson

November 30, 2017

Superbly awesome.. like all ur bakes..😍😍loved it

Shano Biju

November 27, 2017

You can add 2-3 tbsp of milk instead of egg..

Monika

November 23, 2017

Your recipe looks very tempting and I am dying to try it but don’t want to use egg in the same recipe. Could you please suggest any other option?? Thanks in advance..

Shano Biju

October 11, 2017

Thankyou so much for lovely feedback HenaπŸ™‚

Hena

October 6, 2017

It turned out to be the best bread I’ve ever baked. Thank you

Shano Biju

April 18, 2017

Thankyou so much for the appreciation..😍

Shano Biju

April 18, 2017

Thankyou so much for the appreciation Afshin..😍

Suneetha gr

April 13, 2017

Looks attractive, sounds deliciously spicey!! Loving it!!πŸ’πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ

Afshin

April 13, 2017

I Love your blog.each n every recipie looks yummy and Excellent photography too.you are really talented.

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