Saturday, 11 January 2014

Pav Bread

Pav Bread

I have made Pav Bread many times. however, I forgot to take their pictures. So this time I took a snap the moment they were out of the oven.

Believe me once you have tasted Home made Bread, you will never have it from outside. This time when I made Pav, I did not make Pav Bhaji. I used as a accompaniment with a simple Tomato Soup.


Maida - 7 Cups
Dry yeast - 1 Tablespoon
Sugar - 1 teaspoon
Salt - 1 Teaspoon
Luke Warm Water - 3.5 Cups
Butter - 7 Tablespoon


In a mixing Bowl, place the Luke warm water and sugar. TO this add the yeast and let it rest for 10 minutes or till the mixture becomes frothy.

In another bowl, place the Maida, salt and butter and mix well. To this add the yeast mixture and knead for 10 minutes so we get a soft pliable dough.

Place this in a greased bowl for 1 hour and cover it with a Damp cloth. The dough would have doubled in 1 hour.

Meanwhile, take a baking tray and place an aluminium foil and smear some oil on the Foil.

Now bring the doubled dough to the kitchen counter and knead it for couple of minutes.

Divide the dough into golf sized balls and arrange the on the greased Tray. Place them touching each other.

After placing the Dough balls on the tray cover it with a damp cloth and allow them t rise for 30-45 minutes.

After 30-45  minutes, bake them in a Pre Heated Oven for 30 Minutes.


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