For Filling: Heat butter in a saucepan.
Sauté chopped onion and garlic till soft.
Add capsicum and sauté again till it goes soft.
Add flour, salt, black pepper and sauté for 2-3 minutes on medium heat.
Take the pan off heat and add milk.
Stir well using a wire whisk.
Return back to heat and cook until it thickens for around 10 minutes by continuous stirring.
Once it is thick, mix in shredded chicken, green chillies, all spice and coriander leaves.
It will be sticky at this point. But once it is cooled down completely, it will be fine.
Remove the filling from heat and let it cool down completely.
For Dough: Meanwhile flour the working surface. I use a plastic sheet for this as it is easy to transfer the bread to the sheet for baking with ease.
Roll the dough into rectangular shape to a thickness of 6mm – 1cm depending on how thick you like your bread.
Place the filling in the centre of the dough, horizontally leaving around 2 ½ inch space on both ends.
Snip the edges with scissors or knife and fold each snipped part from each side so that they overlap each other, making beautiful pleats.
Tuck the ends tightly. See the Pictorial representation for guidance.
Transfer the bread on a cookie sheet lined with baking paper. You can also place the rolled dough on the baking sheet, then do the filling and pleating on the sheet if you find harder to transfer the filled bread on to the sheet from the work surface.
Brush the top with 1 beaten egg, sprinkle sesame seeds and leave to rise for about 20 minutes.
Bake the bread at 190 degree C for 30 – 35 minutes or until it turns golden all over.
Take it out of oven, brush all over with butter, whilst hot and let it rest for 5 minutes.
Serve with roasted or boiled vegetables, Mayonnaise and ketchup.
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I've tried it at stove too.It's too soft and yummy!
mai ne ap ki ye receipe try ki thi. Mai ne abhi sirf 7 min hi bake ki thi k mairi bread jaal gaye thi
can you please give the dough recipe as well? i only see the ingredients listed above
Parveen, dry milk powder adds flavor and texture to the bread. You can replace it with 3/4 cup milk if you like.
for this chicken bread if we dont use milk powder then ok or its necesary?
It was just awesome i tried it and came out the same ill be grateful if you could send me some more interestingrefilled on my mail
Ella Mandeel, dissolve the yeast in 3 tbsp warm water and leave it to rise. When it's foamy and doubled in quantity add it to the rest of the dough ingredients except lukewarm water. Mix well and knead it with lukewarm water.
How do you make the dough? No instructions given
Its seems to be delicious.
It looks impressive when it is all done and tastes fantastic.
i need video of chicken bread
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