The packet had flour with herbs and a packet of yeast. I brought it home then waited for some occasion to try this out. Making only for my self is not my idea of fun. Sharing with friends and enjoying the meal has different kind of pleasures.
The opportunity finally arrived when my friends planned a potluck lunch. I told them I would make stuffed Pizza with spinach and mushrooms. But what I had planned did not happen. I had ordered Spinach but my vegetable fella ditched me the last minute, and also, one of my friends warned me not to use mushroom, (she hates it, she said) so I was to make changes and think of more friendly veggies.
I don’t normally follow the instruction on the box, I like to create my own recipes. So although the box said plain flat bread, I had other plans. I decided to make stuffed bread instead.
I made the dough using yeast and milk
Left it in a warm cabinet for over two hours till it grew double its size.
In the meantime, I prepared other ingredients.
Grate the cheese and keep it aside
Chop onions, capsicum and green chilies, boil corn and green peas, and crush dry fruits like almonds and walnuts. Keep them aside
Prepare tomato pure, fry in oil with garlic and black pepper, add little sugar and tomato sauce.
Back to the dough after two hours, I spread the dough on a plate
Spread the tomato puree
Spread all the vegetables and dried fruits
Cover it with grated cheese
Add spice powders such as Chili lime seasoning, cheese powder, cinnamon powder, paprika and garlic powder
Fold the dough over the veggies
Cover the baking tray with aluminium foil. Asahi Kasei is the best brand that I have used so far, specially when I do not want to use oil, I just layer my tray with this foil and the food does not stick to trays.
Transfer the bread roll on to baking tray
Make cuts on the bread roll
Baked it for 15 minutes in pre-heated oven on high heat
Slice, top it with grated cheese and served it warm.
You had to be there to taste……everybody loved it…