Kheema Stuffed Buns/Mince Stuffed Buns.

These stuffed buns make a wonderful snack..Made these on tuesday as I had some guest over .They enjoyed it to the core..Actually I was thinking of stuffing it with some veg filling but then since It was last day of eating meat for all those observing lent I thought of stuffing it with spicy dry mince  ...
Soft pillowy buns stuffed with delicious mince/kheema ...Goes well with cup of coffee/tea  or just have it the way you want its like having kheema pav in a go..Try them and you'll love it..

Ingredients:
Makes 8 buns/12 mini buns
For the Buns
2 cup flour
1/2 cup water
1/4 cup milk
1 tbsp milk powder
1.5 tsp instant  yeast
1 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
2 tbsp oil
1 tbsp melted butter

For the Mince filling recipe click here
You could add one boiled and mashed potato to the mince mixture ,this will help it to bind well and make it easier to stuff.


Method:
  • Dissolve yeast with sugar in lukewarm water and let it rise.
  • In a  bowl mix flour ,salt ,milk powder.
  • Add the yeast mixture and knead .
  • Mix warm milk and melted butter to this and knead to  a soft dough.
  • When the dough comes together  add oil and knead for 4-5 min .
  • The dough should be soft and smooth.
  • Cover it with a cling foil and let it double in its volume.
  • It may take around 45 min -1 hr.
  • Once the dough has risen well Punch down the air and knead for 2-3 min.
  • Divide into balls .

  • Flatten each ball on your palm and place the mince stuffing.
  • Cover to form a ball and pinch the seam side down.
  • Cover with a damp cloth and let it proof for 30 min or till its double in volume.
  • Brush the top with egg wash/milk and sprinkle sesame seeds.

  • Bake in a preheated oven for 18-20 min at 180 degree .
  • Enjoy it hot or with a cup of tea /coffee


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22 comments:

  1. I like dishes with mince :) these buns look very good!

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  2. look at that .. thats so soft n pluffy

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  3. A meal in itself. Your buns look wonderfully soft. And delicious!!

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  4. Oh my God...These are super delicious

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  5. Who can say no to this buns..so cut e nice color on top

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  6. I wish I could grab a couple of them now...

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  7. filling buns..beautifully made and perfect like store brought dear :)

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  8. Milk powder? How does it help?

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  9. Hi

    Tried these buns today. I didn't get the same colour and they the base was hard and black. I stuck to the recipe. Could you tell me what went wrong with the base and what should I do for the golden top.

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    1. The temperature of the oven was high or the lower rod of the oven was too hot..place the baking tray in the middle rack .The dough should be soft and smooth ..
      You can brush egg for brown top I brush milk and keep the upper rod on for the last 2-3 minutes hence the brown top

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  10. Thank you for your quick response. Shall keep these in mind when I try it again 😊

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