Cheesy Herb Stuffed Buns

After two basic buns, it was turn to make some variations with the buns. So I decided to stuff the buns with different options and check out how it would taste. These buns again didn’t brown well on top, however the taste was awesome. I keep wondering why some buns don’t brown well on top. But I gave up to think further on this topic!
When I had done with baking this, I had kept it aside for it to cool down. However Peddu was waiting impatiently to devour these. I had tough time thinking on how to plate these, the moment I was done, I only had a glimpse of it, before everything vanished! 
I know the stuffing isn’t so different and I kept it very simple as I was experimenting on my kids taste. I was so glad they loved it!

Cheesy Herb Stuffed Buns
Ingredients Needed:
All purpose Flour – 1 cup
Warm Water – 1/3 cup
Olive Oil – 1 tbsp
Salt – 1/4 tsp
Sugar – 1 tsp
Instant Yeast – 1 tsp
Mozzarella Cheese cubes, 1″ about 1/2 
Red Chili flakes – 1 tbsp
Dry Italian Herb mix – 2 tbsp
Butter for top
How to make Cheesy Herb Stuffed Buns
In a bowl, take the flour along with all the other ingredients. Mix well to form a soft dough. Knead for 10 mins and let it rest. If using active dry yeast, you will have to proof it.
Cling wrap the bowl and let it rise. When it doubles its size, deflate it slowly and pinch out balls. 
Press in middle, place the cheese cubes, sprinkle red chili flakes, dried herbs and enclose well. Complete with all the balls. 
Place the balls on a greased baking tray and let it rise again.
Pre heat the oven at 185 C and bake for 25 – 30 mins or till done.
Brush the top with butter and let it cool it down
Serve warm.

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  1. Looking at the collage, I thought you also used potatoes for the stuffing. Mozzarella and herbs stuffing must have tasted wonderful.

    As for the photography section on my blog, I have one in Thursday's post.

  2. Sometimes even the buns I bake don't brown well! I keep wondering why!But the filling here sounds so delicious and the fact that it disappeared fast speaks volumes of the taste 🙂

  3. Great stuffing for buns ! Not too many takers for cheesy stuff at my end but those look delish ! For browning, try a mixture of warm milk and sugar / corn starch wash .. And some broiler mode at the end . I heard even adding gluten develops a slightly browned top, but I haven't tried it

  4. Cheese stuffed buns are ever favorite. I have tried many fillings but this remains the best of all. I use just milk on top and get the brown color. Maybe try using milk with more fat content or cream.

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