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Monday, September 17, 2012

Dinner Rolls /Pav Without Eggs


As promised I am here with Pav/ Dinner rolls today. These pavs are so popular with vadas and when combined with vadas tastes heaven, very popular vegetarian treat indeed.

Ingredients:
4 cups of All purpose flour + little more for dusting
2 tbsp Active dry yeast
2 tsp Granulated Sugar
1/2 cup Milk
1/2 cup LUKE WARM WATER
2 tbsp Butter, melted
1 tbsp Olive oil
A big pinch of Salt

Method:
In a ceramic bowl add luke warm water, sugar, yeast and mix together for a second. Leave this liquid for 10-12 minutes. By now Yeast will be foamy and frothy, if not then your yeast is not alive and you need to start again with another packet of yeast.

Take a big mixing bowl and add flour, salt, melted butter and the yeast mixture and knead it roughly. Now add milk and knead for another 10 minutes to make a smooth dough and elastic kind of dough. You might need extra bit of flour or water to knead it smoothly, so adjust accordingly. Shape the dough into a neat ball and grease a separate big container to keep the dough (this step will ensure your dough will not stick to the container) and apply Olive oil from top. Cover the dough in a plastic wrap and keep in a warm place for next 2 hours( I kept the dough in a casserole).

Remove the plastic wrap, you will see dough has double in volume now lightly flour your work surface /kitchen slab. Punch down the dough and knead it for some time. This step is down to roll out the air bubbles so do it for at least 10 minutes. 

Now divide the dough into 12 parts, depending upon the pav/ dinner rolls size you want. Place on grease baking pan (1 inch apart), wrap it with a clean kitchen towel and keep it aside for another 1.2 hour minimum.

Meanwhile pre-heat Oven to 375 Degrees Fahrenheit, bake for 15-20 minutes. Rub a stick of cold butter on these hot buns (the best sight of baking these buns is soaking melted butter :-)). Wrap in a clean towel for another 20 minutes, by following this step, your buns will be very soft.


To make Mumbai Style Vadas Pav you can click here




38 comments:

  1. lovely and perfect looking pavs... i have never tried them.. too good

    Priya
    Special K Cookies



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  2. beautiful..looks so pillowy soft and yumm.

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  3. Perfect and awesome pavs........

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  4. So soft and perfectly baked..thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  5. so perfect and yummy pavs

    i see the tin u used i hv the round tin

    can try this but all the punching is putting me off

    home made pavs i m sure there wud hv been yummy smell when baked

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  6. Yummy pavs.... Makes me feel hungry

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  7. looks so perfect and yummy..
    http://www.indiantastyfoodrecipes.com

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  8. awesome looking pavs debs.. and loveee d first pic!

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  9. Nothing will beat these homeamde dinner rolls,prefectly baked.

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  10. It looks so perfect Deepa ....nice pics ...drooling here

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  11. like first and last clicks dear.. tempting pavs..

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  12. Superb i'm definitely going to try this...

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  13. Which brand yeast did u buy? and from where do u get it?

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  14. Wow they came out super soft and yum, loved the first picture and u made it so awesome

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  15. Perfect...looks so good....love it....

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  16. Delicious yummy pav and love it Deepa.

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  17. Done to perfection.. can you clarify when you say "Wrap in a clean towel for another twenty minutes..." - what exactly do you mean?

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  18. Perfect pav! Looks so nice and soft. The last picture is great!

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  19. Perfectly baked pav. Mumbai er din gulo mone pore galo tomar eto sundor pav dekhe...lovely one Deepa.

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  20. Absolutely delicious and awesome

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  21. Simply WOW!! Bookmarked!! can't get over how beautiful they look.

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  22. Perfecto !! The buns look awesome ..... fresh out of the oven.

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  23. Wow the dinner rolls is baked to perfection.

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  24. love those yummy buns. Thanks for visiting my blog. Am your new follower now. Be my friend at Meg's Delicious Adventures

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  25. Hi,
    These rolls look professionally done! Superb Job!

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  26. Pillowy soft and once ou start making them at home, dificult to like the ready made ones :)

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  27. I have never tried baking without egg....this looks interesting :)

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  28. Lovely,came out very well.Made your egg dal tadka came out very well,just loved the combo of egg and dal...

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  29. Thanks Deepa for clarifying.. I was just confused as to what exactly you meant. Thanks again!!

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  30. Awesome dinner rolls, looks delicious and perfectly baked.

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