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Friday, October 29, 2010

         I had long time wish for trying out these  stuffed buns/masala buns. When ever any of our blogger friends post stuffed buns, I always wish I could try it out and today is the day! I just followed the same recipe for the dough as my pizza dough…Stuffing also of our own choice/imagination.
Stuffed Masala Buns

INGREDIENTS

For the Dough
Maida/All purpose flour 1 & 1/2 cups
Milk 1/4 cup
water 1/4 cup(add if more needed)
Active dry yeast 3/4 tblsp
sugar 1 tblsp
Salt 3/4 tsp
Olive oil 3 tblsp
For stuffing:
Potato 2 nos. (small)
carrot/beans/peas(together) 1/2 cup
Onion 1 no.
Jeera or ajwain/omam 1 tsp
Garam masala powder 1/4 tsp
Red chilli powder 1/4 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/8 tsp
Coriander leaves & lemon Juice As needed
Oil 1 tsp
Salt As needed

 

Stuffed Masala Buns

Method:

  1. Warm the milk,add sugar to it and mix well. Add the yeast to it and mix well. Keep aside.
  2. Take flour and make a dent,add water,olive oil,salt in it and the yeast completely dissolved in the milk.
    flour
  3. Mix and make a smooth dough,keep in a warm place covered with a cling wrap for an hour.
    Dough
  4. Meanwhile prepare the stuffing. Cook the vegetables and heat a pan with oil,season with jeera/ajwain,add the onion and fry till transparent.
    stuffing preparation
  5. Add the masala powder,red chilli powder,turmeric and salt and give it a quick stir.
    stuffing preperation
  6. Add the cooked,mashed vegetables and fry till everything mixes well.
    add the cooked veggie
  7. Remove from fire and add the coriander leaves and lemon juice if desired,mix well.
    stuff
  8. By now/after an hour, the dough we prepared would have doubled in size. Take it again and just give it a gentle knead and make six equal sized balls.
    double raised dough
  9. Line a baking tray with aluminium foil,grease with olive oil and arrange the rolled balls with enough spacing between them. Brush with olive oil .
    roll into balls
  10. Meanwhile roll the stuffing after cooling down completely.The stuffing should be around half the size as we roll the buns.
    roll the stuffing
  11. After 10 minutes or so the rolled bun dough, would have raised again ( may be I can say little) .
  12. Take each bun and make a dent in the middle.
    make dent
  13. Keep the rolled stuffing inside and pinch all the end towards centre to cover the stuffing.
    keep stuff pinch
  14. Roll in to smooth bun. Repeat for every bun. Arrange them in the lined baking tray. Keep the pinched joined side down.Brush them well with olive oil.
    roll smoothly
  15. Preheat the oven for 190°C. When the preheat is finished,by the time the buns would have raised too(refer the picture below).
    Arranged doubled
  16. Bake for 17- 20 mins or until the top crust turns golden brown in colour. (Mine took exactly 19 mins) Smells heavenly!! 
    Baked
  17. After finished baking,brush them with butter or oil and enjoy with tea/evening snack! This would be a great snack for kids after they come back from school!
Stuffed masala buns
Notes:
  • You can use the stuffing of your choice,use your imagination and adjust according to your taste!
  • I have measure everything properly and tried my best to give the exact measurement.Just adjust the water quantity alone if you feel the dough is very stiff.
  • The dough should be soft and pliable,not stiff.
  • The Yeast is very important factor,let it be active and fresh,otherwise the whole recipe is flop. I have shown the pictures how the dough is doubled,so if yours is not raising properly then you can know that your yeast is not active.

Please refer to my fellow blogger’s stuffed buns too:
=> Lataji’s Healthy version of stuffed buns.
=>Another interesting stuffed masala buns from the blog Ruchika cooks.

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117 comments:

  1. even i still remember lataji's masala bun. yours looks very tempting, iam keeping a cup of coffee in mind.atleast i can see this and drink,perfect buns and clicks are great

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  2. I love stufffed buns, here it is always with chicken though for my carni hubby an daughter, next time when i make chicken filling for them i will do this vegg one for me. Looks super yumm.

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  3. hey raji coffee in hand , not mind(typo error)

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  4. semaya vandhirukku raji. awesome!!! :)

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  5. bookmarked for this weekend. tell me this, after the first rolling, will the dough double in size in 10 mins? before the stuffing step, that is.

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  6. fantastic, nothing better than a home made one anyday....looks too good raks,loved the filling as well

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  7. Nags Dint noticed exactly,but how much ever it raises thats enough if you keep for 10 mins ;) Will edit in post too...but will raise as I have shown in the second 10 mins, i.e ; after stuffing step- cant say double right?

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  8. Looks gud....Am sure warm buns would be very tasty...can smell the aroma here

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  9. Hi Rajeswari,

    They have come out well..Happy diwali wishes to you in advance!!:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  10. Oh woww.. they look so neat and perfect :) you are a profession cook Raji :) love it totally :)

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  11. Why kids Raks... I would love tooo for Tea or whn I m craving for junk:)

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  12. Aiyo allittu pohudey, epadi epadi raji ipadi? kaivasam thozhil irukku.

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  13. So perfect Raji. Will try this time and see how it comes.

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  14. its raining here and i would love those with my tea now!!!!

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  15. Yes you are right. I'm dying to try this :)

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  16. looks very tempting, bookmarked it! Will try & let you know :)

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  17. The buns are awesome. Loved them. :)

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  18. looking tempting i also want to try it i saw in sSATYA'S SUPERYUMMYANS AIPI OF US MASALAnow i saw ur recipe i will try it

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  19. Soooooooper Buns!!! Pwetty pictures too!!!

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  20. Raji,just fell in love with the stuffed masala buns..books marked Dear..thanks for sharing..

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  21. raji dear, dis stuffed buns looks very soft and perfect....and beautiful presentation!

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  22. Very nice! I will sure try! I tried your Naan recipe it came out very well!
    Thanks a lot!

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  23. Hi Raji, first of all same pinch dear, I was planning to make this today and then I saw ur post. The buns have turned out perfect.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  24. Bookmarked. I love the look of it! Gorgeous!

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  25. Wow !!!Awesomme ... looks too perfect !
    I've no idea when I'll get the courage to bake !!

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  26. Dhanam, Thanks so much for the feedback :)

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  27. Looks wonderful... Maybe too ambitious - but I would love to try this...

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  28. Hey exactly I use same pizza dough for making buns some time ..I love it a lot. And some time wheat dough for making buns which is more healthier. And I need not say anything abt ur finish, ur step pictures and also the photos. Anytime everytime it comes out neat and good right Raji... But really wish I could drop in ur place if i was there.

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  29. Raji One small suggestion just brush milk or little cream before baking to get nice shiny golden color on top of the bun and sprinkle little sesame seeds, I do it with egg since u dont I told this dear.

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  30. WOOOOOOOOOOOOW!!!!!!!!! All I can say for this pretty, chubby looking bun is "You are cuteeeee as your maker" :D

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  31. WOw what a perfect dish the buns came out perfect love it.Will give a try.

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  32. looks so nice raji, thanks for trying..and please send me some too :)

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  33. They look gorgeous dear....nicely baked one's...I love masala buns especially the palya bun which we get in bangalore....

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  34. pavi, Ya I did the same for my garlic buns(brushed with milk) this time I dint do coz I used milk to knead,but I think as u have said,brushing with milk make the outer crust look nice colour,will keep that in mind :)

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  35. Hi Raji,
    I have been a silent visitor for quite sometime. I've to tell you this, you are at the top of my blog visit list. All your recipes are simple, easy to follow and the best of all, your clicks...they make people or me at least drool over and I can't wait to try them at home. I was looking at pics of these kind of stuffed buns on others blog and wanting to the make them at home for quite some time. But when you do it, it pushes me to the edge and I can't wait any longer. Stepwise pics, instructions and your snaps inspire me a lot to go to my kitchen right when I read any of your posts
    Keep up the awesome work...

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  36. As always, such beautiful pictures! Looks like a healthier alternative to samosas.. pics remind me of bakeries back home.

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  37. Awesome n super tasty...I always love stuffed buns and yours look perfect!!

    US Masala

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  38. That looks perfect spicy and well shaped!

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  39. this has been on my to do list for a long time...bookmarking ur recipe..will make it soon..looks delicious!

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  40. hey dear ,
    those stuffed buns looks amazing ,u made them n explain them sooo beautifully ...love the filling too which u used for it ..yummy

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  41. masala buns looks delicious.

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  42. Buns look awesome! Have to try this stuffed version soon.1st click is lovely with those flowers. :)

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  43. Perfectly baked buns with yummy filling..bookmarked

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  44. Oh what lovely buns and absolutley easy recipe too!
    I love stuffed buns!

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  45. Cute looking buns, very tempting..

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  46. Himani,Thanks soo much for the wonderful words:)Compliments like this makes my day more brighter,so thankyou for that :) keep visiting :)

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  47. Buns looks yum!!! Awesome clicks raji. Perfect for kids and for elders too. Do you use a combination oven or OTG, i don't have a oven but i amplanning to buy.

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  48. I have combination oven,I baked in convection mode..

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  49. awesome!!!!Mouth watering!!!!!

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  50. Perfect and delicious, love the stuffing you've made...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  51. What great instructions! Thanks! These look amazing!

    Great blog; happy I found you!

    Mary xo
    Delightful Bitefuls

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  52. They look super yumm.

    zaiqa.net

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  53. Perfect and yummy.. I love these buns..

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  54. awesome!! am so looking forward to try this..

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  55. masala buns looks awesome dear... u have proved yourself to be a good baker too.. keep up the good work dear...
    nice clicks too...

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  56. Delicious buns raks!!!!

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  57. awesome buns..super tasty indeed

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  58. looks delicious ...
    ll try it soon... i love these bun :)

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  59. These stuffed buns look awesome. A must try!

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  60. Dear Raks, I tried the rasgullas/ rasmalai and they were so good. I posted in my blog:) Thanks a lot for the elaborate recipe. I am planning to try your Jangiri and badusha too.
    One doubt- can we make these lovely buns in the microwave?

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  61. hi Raks,
    Good to be back to ur bright and beautiful blog :)
    Breads and buns are something that I hesitate to make! I'd surely give this recipe a try! these look so picture perfect!
    Wishing u and ur family wellness, prosperity and happiness for this diwali!
    TC

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  62. Sharmi,Thanks so much for trying and the feedback:)
    Do try and let me know how your jangri and badusha turned out!
    Regarding buns, sorry you cant, only can bake in convection mode-not in micro wave mode...

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  63. hi i am extremely to have come across your blog... this is certainly to be tried. regards susan mathew

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  64. Love the glossy texture of the stuffed buns. I can smell the fragrant of these lip-smacking buns.. hmm... It is a Food Nirvana

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  65. What a lovely space u have....first time here....following u....buns looks heavenly.

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  66. Will you let me check any other blog tonight :P

    I have gone through the pizza recipe, the pasta..garlic buns and now here i am stuck on this one..the stuffed buns.. :) ..

    You seem to be an amazing cook.. love the way you have shared your recipes..!!

    Ever tried teaching :P
    would like to hear from you soon!.. n yes, m sure your family loves your food! :) ..

    Megha.. :-) .. *hugs*

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  67. oh this looks really perfect.........happily following u........plz visit my space vn u r free.......

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  68. Hello, I live in Botswana. My hometown is Bangalore. When we were young we used to relish on potato buns on our way home from school. I was actually thinking to make this from a long time and finally I did so. A special thanks to for the step by step recipe. It came out wonderful and tasted very good. A wonderfully executed recipe

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  69. awesome! Looks really yummy. Thank you so much for sharing. Im now a great fan of your blog.

    Best,
    Suma

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  70. hey Raji am gonna try this recipe today . would update u !!!

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  71. Hi Raks bun turned out really good
    but I added less salt and i baked it in convection mode for 25 minutes and then put under grill for 5 minuted. but the buns did nt brown on the top. it looked plain white in colour.
    what should ve been done ?
    what should i do when I bake nbext time ?
    can i refrigerate the dough and use the other day ?
    many thanks
    I never thought stuffed buns are made so easily
    and without ur step by step instructions my buns would ve turned disasterous

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  73. Tried this stuffed bun too...took your dough recipe n made both sweet n savory version...gobi stuffed buns n coconut stuffed buns(to be blogged soon)..,thank you so much for the wonderful recipes...and I have some more to try from here :)
    Thank you n keep up the great work !!

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  74. awesome...i will try it this weekend..and let u know the feedback.

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  75. this looks awesome ! Only one thing I wanted to clarify is that after we let the buns rise for the 2nd time, shud we out in the stuffing? When does the milk wash come in?


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  76. hai ms.raji..
    i cooked the bun,,,its simply superb.looking forward more recipes..

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  77. Can I use baking powder instead of dry yeast?

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  78. Hi raks,

    made the buns but not stuffed plain ones. Came out very well.. Thanks for the recipe.

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  79. Hi
    I tried this bun today. But the crest of the bun was really hard. Please let me know where i have made the mistake. Thanks

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  80. Did the buns raise? if not, may be its yeast the problem. Sometimes, over baking also leads to hard crust. Also less water may be one of the reasons!

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  81. Hi,

    Your website has very different recipies that nobody has even tried. I like all of yours. All others have rice, subzis etc., yours is very really nice. And the pictures are really great. A picture for every step, gives us confidence & motivation. Hats off!

    - Vasantha

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  82. Hi//just tried the recipe...buns are in the oven....crossing my fingers!

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  83. I m simply in love with this recipe.. Gonna try it today.. Thank you for these awesome recipes..

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  84. OMG ! its damn yummy .. i have became ur fan now its fantastic thank u for posting such lovely recipes its great hepl :)

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  85. just purchased an OTG... and this was my first try...OMG.. came out so beautifully and my kitchen is full of the nice aroma.thanks a lot...

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  86. Hello Raks, I tried out this recipe yest, with few changes here and there... the end result was just yum! :) thanks! :)

    have linked u to my post:

    http://nansyumyums.blogspot.in/2012/07/stuffed-bun-palya-bun.html

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  87. Pristine instructions and mouth watering pictures. Great find. Excellent work Raks.

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  88. Tried this today with a different filling. The buns were so soft and delicious. Thanks for this lovely recipe.

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  89. hi
    could you please let me how many grams of fresh yeast i should use for the same recipie.....waiting to cook after your reply...thnak you

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  90. thanks........i tried and the buns tasted yummy.....

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  91. Hi, yummy buns...can you tell me which is good for baking an OTG or combination microwave oven. If combination microwave oven which brand do you have?. I am planning to buy a oven for baking..

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  92. yummy buns, can you did in microwave with convection mode or an OTG..

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    1. I did this in convection mode.

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  93. May I know the brand name of microwave oven

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  94. Hi....
    I tried this 2day.....it came out nicely....soft crest &tasty..thank you......
    I love your blog.....

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  95. Hi raks..
    awesome recipe...wil try once...
    could u do us a favour??pls pls post us a cinnamon roll recipe..
    Waiting for it..
    Cheers..

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  96. Made these buns. They were amazing.Thank you

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  97. Hi
    Amazing recipe
    Looks so good , that I want to Try this one.. I have never baked a bread before so a bit skeptical...
    I have a black and decker small OTG .. WILL I BE ABLE TO BAKE THIS IN THAT???

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    1. you can sure try, use a lower temperature setting. As it gets browned soon in small OTG

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  98. can I use whole wheat floor(atta) ?

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  99. how many servings (number of buns) will be made with this recipe?

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  100. Hi,

    can you please give me the time and temperature for microwave convection model. I have whirpool microwave with convection model. I would appreciate if you can get me the following details. .
    1. preheat temperature,
    2. baking temperature and time for convection model

    Thanks,
    Sangeetha

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    1. I made it in convection mode in a combination oven. Preheat temperature should always be the same as baking temperature in the respective recipe.

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    2. Can u let me know the brand name of your oven????

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    3. please refer FAQs page. Its Panasonic Dimensions 4

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  101. I tried the stuffed bun please let me know once the atta s done and its raised can we keep it out overnight or inside the fridge if we r making for next day morning

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  102. Can we keep the atta outside overnight or inside the fridge if we hv to make for the next day morning

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  103. everytime u allow the bun to raise do u cover it vth a plastic wrap..hw long u vll allow the bun to raise the 2nd tym

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  104. Thanx for the purrfect recipe...tried them today ...the buns ce out awesome

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