You get out of bed on a Saturday morning thinking hmmm what would be nice to create and enjoy eating also !! Well something fun to do is bread , so how about we do stuffed buns ??
Bread dough ;
Flour , salt , yeast dried, sugar , water
Beef curry ;
Olive oil, ground beef,chili , onions , garlic, ginger, eggplant, zucchini, mushrooms, tomato, coconut milk, red curry paste,fish sauce, soya sauce, coriander
Spinach cheese stuffing;
Fresh spinach leaves,onions , garlic, olive oil, fresh cream , gruyere cheese , Parmesan , salt and pepper
Paprika and rock salt to top buns
This is so much fun, from the preparation , proofing and baking ! Count at least 2 hours ! You can also prepare stuffing ahead of time ! It's easier to make buns with cold filling !
I know you wanna eat them , but do me that favor !!! Let them rest 5 minutes up side down before serving them. It will improve the texture of bread and you will still be able to munch them at a fast speed ....
I suggest you make a spicy tomato beef sauce for spinach buns and for the Thai beef curry well a soya coriander chili dip will match very well ,
Photography and creation is by Nicholas Anderson owner of www.culinaryglobetrotter.com
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