Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Christmas is a time for families, fun and festivities! A time for Santa, stars and singing carolers. A time for wonderful gifts and twinkling lights and of course a time of family gathering and holiday meals. While you relish hot cocoa and gingerbread cookies there is one more great Christmas recipe popping out from my blog bag. Yes it is a delicious chicken stuffed bun. I am sure you will love the taste.

Chicken paste 1 bowl
Onion 1 finely chopped
Green chilly 1 finely chopped ( optional)
Milk 250ml
Yeast 1teaspoon
Flour 3 ½ cup
Castor sugar 1 teaspoon
Egg 1
Vegetable oil 1tablespoon
Salt and pepper according to taste

Take milk in a bowl and mix yeast with it . Then micro cook it for 2 minutes. Now take flour in a big bowl, add castor sugar, salt , egg white, oil and the warm milk. Knead it well and make a soft dough. Now in airtight container leave the dough for 3 hrs. Don’t refrigerate . Now for stuffing take another bowl mix chicken paste with chopped onion, green chilly or pepper ( according to your choice), salt. After that take out the bun dough and knead it , then shape them into balls. Flatten them into small disc , then place the stuffing in the middle . Roll it round or into any of your favorite shape. Leave it for another 10 minutes.
Now in a oven which was preheated for 30 minutes in 180degree centigrade place the stuffed buns , cook for 15 minutes then bring out and brush with egg wash (mixture of egg yolk and 1 tablespoon of milk ) cook for another 6 minutes in convection mode until golden brown. (Keep a check on the baking time as each oven temperature and time varies. Some of them have a mind of their own. ) Serve with tomato sauce or simply with peanut butter as a breakfast with hot coffee or tea. This is healthy and delicious.

Homemade Buns on Foodista



Anonymous said...

Scrumptious stuffed bun! I love the stuffing with chicken & green chili!

erik said...

Christmas is my favorite time of the year. This is when my relatives get to be together. And with all the food on the table, Christmas is worth waiting.
small house

Heavenly Housewife said...

What a delicious combination of ingredients, and the presentation is gorgeous.
Have a fabulous weekend daaaaaaaahling.
*kisses* HH

Catherine said...

Mmmm, sounds delicious! And the picture is absolutely scrumptious!

My Little Space said...

Oh wow.. what a great recipe! Can't wait to give it a go. Thanks for sharing.