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Stuffed Bread sticks


Enticing flavors of fresh baked bread is something that every one loves.This stuffed bread stick is inspired by the cheese stuffed bread sticks but an Indianised version and is a delicious appetizer or a great option for picnic.


Ingredients
For the stuffing 
Cooked potato- 2 medium
Cooked and shredded chicken - 1/2 lb
Chopped carrot-1
Onion- 1
Garlic paste- 1/2 tsp
Green chilly- 2
turmeric - a pinch
pepper powder- 1/2 tsp
Garam masala- 1/2 tsp
Chopped coriander leaves
salt to taste


For the bread
Flour - 2 cup
Yeast - 2 tsp
warm water- 1 cup
salt - 1/2 tsp
Sugar- 3/4 tsp
oil - 2 tsp
melted butter- 2 tsp



First to make the stuffing heat oil and saute onions till translucent.Add in garlic paste and fry till raw flavor disappears. Add in chopped carrots and stir fry for a minute. Mix in cooked chicken ( cook chicken separately with 1/2 cup water, turmeric, pepper and salt) and potatoes mix well. Finally add coriander leaves and allow this to cool.

For the bread mix in sugar and warm water and add yeast and set aside for 5-6 minutes till it is frothy. Mix together flour and salt,yeast and oil to knead to form a smooth dough. Cover with damp cloth and let it rest to raise for one hour or till it doubles its size. Knead it a little more and using a rolling pin flatten it into a square.cut into equal size long stripes. Fill in the stuffing and seal the edges. ( or just roll them and make a well in the center and fill in the stuffing).Allow to rest for another 10 minutes. Bake for 15 minutes till golden brown for 15- 18 minutes. You can brush it with a little butter after taking out from the oven and allow to cool.


Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy.

Comments

  1. Woww yummy, feel like grabbing and having rite now,tempting!

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  2. wow, looks very nice, great for parties

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  3. Ho this bread looks so tempting. I'm bookmarking :)

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  4. wow...adipoli ayittundu,kids sure will love this...thanks for sharing

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  5. lovely stuffin and moist bread sticks

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  6. Looks absolutely delicious Suja.

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  7. Stuffed bread looks so inviting and fulfilling.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  8. It's totally spicy and yummy bread stick!

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  9. That looks lovely dear :)

    Cheers,
    Reshmi

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  10. Wow, that is sooooooo delicious looking..Can you pass that plate to me plz!:)

    US Masala

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  11. very very delicious :)

    Lavanya
    www.lavsblog.com

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  12. The bread stick luks fresh and inviting...thats y its made at home

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  13. yumm .....delicious...and the first pic looks more like vegg puff :)

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  14. Stuffed bread looks fabulous and yummy...

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  15. eyecatching buns want to eat just now can i grab?!!!!!!!!

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  16. awesome suja-- loved the texture n colour, bookmarked !

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  17. Yummy stuffed bread, I would love to have a bite.

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  18. looks pretty yummy n delicious...Am your new follower now..
    keep visiting..
    Tasty appetite

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  19. love stuffed buns.. these look yummy!

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  20. Nice version,looks very tempting,loved the idea!

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  21. perfect and superb bread...love that glazy bread with such power packed filling...

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  22. Wow!!! This is such a fun and yummy bread,love the stuffing and the glossy brown look on the bread:)

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  23. isnt that the best breakfast option. bake once eat for a couple of days. looks so temptng.

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  24. Perfect...Loved your stuffing too :-)

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  25. Iam feeling hungry on seeing the buns..Love the golden color crust

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  26. looks so tempting and mouth-watering..

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  27. Very tempting bread...stuffing sounds delicious

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  28. Yummy and healthy, love the spices added to the stuffing...

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  29. Nicely baked yummy bread sticks..

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  30. WOW!! This looks absolutely tempting..Loved the stuffing..

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  31. Perfctly baked, so spongy. Love the home made breads.


    FOODELICIOUS

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  32. i have failed with this recipe, your creation looks wonderful :)

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