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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

BREAD - PAV


Ingredients:
  • Maidha-250 gms
  • 2 tsp extra maidha for kneading
  • Yeast(dry)-10 gms or 2 tsp
  • Sugar 5tsp
  • Salt 1 tsp
  • Oil 5 tsp
  • Water-135 ml
Procedure:
  • First of all heat water in a micro at 900w high power for 20 seconds.By the time the temp should be around 45 degrees  c.
  • Now add sugar, mix well, and keep it aside for 15 minutes by covering the dish with a lid allowing it to ferment.
  • After 15 minutes check the yeast solution,by this time it will ferment itself and multiplying itself, by eating the sugar ,look like small bubbly layer. Now add salt and oil 2 tsp also.
  • Next add maidha in low quantities into the yeast solution, and mix it with a hand mixer, for mixing it evenly.
  • Knead the maidha ball for approximately 10 minutes or until it turns soft to touch. Powder your hands with maidha to prevent the dough from sticking to your hands
  • Apply 1 tsp of oil  to it and place it in a covered dish, it can also be wrapped in a plastic sheet, and leave it for an hour.
  • After one hour it will be double in size, punch with your fist on all sides of the maidha mixture, and remove air. Again knead it for 3 to 4 minutes.
  • Make 6 round balls and knead each ball well. Make in to flat shape amidst your both hands,and now from all sides turn upside down and tuck it and roll in to a ball shape.
  • Prepare all the balls in the same manner and place in a cake tin (non stick tawa given along with microwave) cover with a plastic cover loosely for 1 hour, it will be doubled in size.
  • Apply milk on pavs with a flat brush.. (Eggetarians can apply egg wash)
  • Pre heat the microwave in convection mode for 180 degrees.
  • Then bake in convection mode for 30 minutes in 180 degrees C..
  • After removing  it outside apply a drop of ghee/oil to the pavs..
  • They are ready to eat, either with bhaji or as a burger with any patty/cutlet. 

    3 comments:

    1. Wow That's awesome .You did the Pav itself .It looks very nice .

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    2. wow too good aunty,... I would love to try this in our big oven here..looks yummy and I can have homemade pavs for pav-bhaji.... thanks for the recipe

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    3. Pav have come out really well.

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