Jan 13, 2009


Warm water --- 1/2 cup
Warm milk --- 1 cup
Egg --- 1
Butter ---- 1/4 cup
Salt -- 1/2 tea sp
All purpose flour --- 4 cups
Active dry yeast -- 2 tea sp
sugar --- 1 tab sp
Milk for glazing
In 1/2 cup warm water mix 1 tea sop sugar and yeast mix well and leave in a warm place to rise up and become bubbly.
In a big bowl add flour, salt, remaining sugar, and buttre and rub well to become a bread crumbs texture then add egg, milk and yeast mixture and make a soft dough.
Then place this dough on a floured surface and kend for 10min. or till dough become smooth and elastic.
Place the dough in the same bowl and grease little butter on top and cover and leave to rise in a warm place for 1-2 hours or it become double in size.

Potato --- 2 big finely chopped(or you can great the raw potato or boil potato and then mash it)
Onion ---- 1 big chopped
Green chilies --- 4 chopped
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder -- 1/2 tea sp
Red chili powder --- 1 tea sp
Garam masala powder --- 1tea sp
Oil -- 1 tab sp
Mustard seeds -- 1/2 tea sp
Cumin seeds --- 1 tea sp
curry leaves a few
Chopped coriander -- 1 tab sp
Ginger garlic paste ---1 tea sp
Lemon juice --- 1 tab sp
Heat oil in a fry pan add mustard seeds let them popup then add cumin seeds, curry leaves, and fry for a sec. then add chopped onion and green chilies and fry till onion become soft.
Now add ginger garlic paste stir once and add potato,salt to taste, turmeric powder and mix well and cover and cook till potato become soft and cooked(if required sprinkle some water)
Then add red chili powder, garam masala.chopped coriander and mash well the potatoes mash well now add lemon juice and mix well and remove from the heat and let it cool
After the curry become cool make small balls out of it and keep a side(this curry should be like what we make for aloo parathas)

Now punch down the dough take it on to alightly flourd surface ans divide in to 6-8 pieces and shapr each piece in round and make depression in the center and make cup shape and keep 1 potato ball in the center and cover from all sides
Preheat the oven for 10- 15 min in 350 degrees.
Now place the potato stuffed buns in alightly greased baking sheet and cover them and again leave them for rise in a warm place.
After they rise up glaze them with milk and bake in a preheated oven for 20-- 25 min. or till golden brown.
Rmove to wire rack and let them cool.
Serve with tomato sauce or simply with peanut butter as a break fast with hot coffie or tea.
Enjoy your break fast


Cham said...

I bookmarked one of the blogger aloo bun recipe, didn't try yet. Perfect spicy bun :)

Lakshmi said...

Perfecto! We too love potato buns.

lubnakarim06 said...

Wow perfect in shape and yummy treat to eyes and tastebuds.....

Unknown said...

have come out so good..i think you are expert in bread making by now..I still have to try your apricot rolls..they were awesome..

Anonymous said...

The buns have come out in perfect shape. Nice recipe.

Uj said...

Aloo bun looks yummy... Perfect shape..

Bindiya said...

have been looking for a recipe for these buns since i lost mine(used to make mushroom buns).will try out these next,thx

Priya Suresh said...

Send me some buns Rekha..they r really very prefect..

Indian Khana said...

Wow...drooling over those buns...I use to eat a lot during my college days here...i shall try sometime

FH said...

So perfect, I love stuffed buns! :))

Anonymous said...

Perfect baking...lovely and a complete snack.

Kannada Cuisine said...

looks yummy

CurryLeaf said...

Spicy aloo buns.Rather than serving the aloo on side,I prefer this way ,stuffed in bread.Perfect as itself,does not need any dip.

Jaishree Iyer said...

Awesome !have come out so good..rekha.Nice recepie..

Sunshinemom said...

So well shaped and neat pictures too, Rekha! Why do so many posts remind me of B'lore Iyengar Bakery??

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

this is not fair rekha. u r posting such a tempting bun. i miss those bakery buns in india. we dont get it here :(

Srikitchen said...

wow! looks yummy and perfect!

Adlak's tiny world said...

diffrnt one potato stuffing in buns... yummy and tasty.

Usha said...

I have been wanting to try this for sometime now...looks perfect !

Sum Raj said...

this looks unique dish..great idea filling potato stuffing...looks delicious..

Rajani said...

wow these look yum, going to make it. just realised you're in abu dhabi... i am in dubai... aaah finally i spot a blogger next door tome! :)

Trupti said...

potato buns looks very delicious.

Happy Sankranti !

Vani said...

Love potato buns! Pic looks lovely.
Belated wishes for Pongal and New Year, Rekha!

Unknown said...

yeast should added when you add milk and eggs to the flour (all three should be added at the same time).please check my recipe again .