Zingy Parcels of Domino’s from India

Domino’s Zingy Parcels is a stuffed roll with cheese and paneer seasoned with Italian seasoning. It is spicy, tangy and sinful to indulge in. Kids will simply devour this in no time. This was one of the main attraction from the Domino’s Menu and when I made it last month, my kids loved it to the core.

For the Thalis and Spreads theme we had last month, I wanted to make some spread that my kids will enjoy. I planned a Domino’s menu that had Stuffed Garlic Breadsticks, Paneer Pizzas, Burger Pizzas, Zingy Parcels, Pasta and Brownie. When I was making out the dough and was ready to get it baked, my oven gave up on me and I literally travelled across the city to Veena’s place to bake it.

It was one adventure we will never forget. This spread was my kids’ lunch, which they ended up having at 5 pm. None of us had lunch that day, being so upset with so much proofed dough going waste. Luckily Veena saved the day. After eating and then clicking the pictures, I decided I might as well make use of the dishes I baked.

Zingy Parcels of Domino’s

My initial choice was Zopf, I don’t know if I would have been able to bake that. I was so thankful that two letters got done in one shot, all so unplanned. If you have ever tasted this roll from Domino’s you would know how delicious this must have been.

I was inspired by this recipe and went with what my kids would like. All the dishes we baked were excellent and I was so happy when Peddu instantly recognised from eating the Zingy Parcels recently from Dominos.

Today is the last letter in our series on ABC Baking around the World. The challenge was for us to bake from different countries, maximum with 2 baked dishes from a country. I was so happy I was able to pick two from India as well. We will be doing our recap on 2rd, hope you all enjoyed these 26 baked dishes from different countries!

Domino’s Meu

 Today is Z for Zingy Parcels of Domino’s from India

In the ABC Bake around the World series:

A for Afghan Biscuit from New Zealand
B for Brownie from the United States
C for Cheese Crackers with Parmesan from Italy
D for Devil’s Food Cake from the United States
E for English Muffin Bread from the United Kingdom
F for Fougasse from France
G for Garlic Bread from India
H for Hot Cross Bun from England
I for Ischler Cookies are from Austria
J for Johnny Cake from Belize
K for Kugelhopf  from Europe
L for Lekach from Germany
M for Mupotohayi | Chimodho from Zimbabwe
N for Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookies from Italy
O for Oatmeal Raisin Cookies from Scotland
P for Peanut Cookies from China
Q for Qurabiya from Iran
R for Russian Rose Bread from Russia
S for Sekerpare from Turkey
T for Tahini and Almond Cookies from Israeli
U for Umm Ali from the Middle East
V for Vasilopita from Greece
W for Weihnachtsstollen from Germany
X for Xiaodianxin from China | Chinese Almond Cookies 
Y for Yeasted Chocolate Babka from Poland

Step by Step pictures for making Zingy Parcels

Domino’s Zingy Parcels

For the Dough

1 & 1/4 cup All Purpose Flour +for dusting
1 tsp Instant Yeast
1/2 cup Water Warm
1 tsp Sugar
1 tsp Salt
2 tbsp Olive oil

For Paneer Stuffing

1 cup Paneer diced very small
1 tsp Red Chili Powder
1/2 tsp Kashmiri Chilli Powder
1 tsp Coriander Powder
1/2 tsp Onion powder
1/4 tsp Turmeric Powder
Salt to taste
A pinch Chat Masala
A pinch Amchur Powder
A pinch Cumin Powder

For other Stuffing

Melted butter,  as needed to brush
Cheddar Cheese,  grated as needed
Mozzarella Cheese as needed
1 tsp Garlic powder
2 tbsp Olive Oil
1 tbsp Mayonnaise
Lemon juice
1 tsp Chilli flakes

For the Seasoning:

1/2 tsp Salt
1 tsp Oregano
1 tsp Chilli flakes
1 tsp Garlic powder
1 tsp Mixed herbs
1 tsp Onion Powder

For the Dough

In a wide bowl, take the flour, add the instant yeast, salt, sugar, 1 tbsp olive oil and mix well.
Slowly add the warm water and knead to a soft dough. When you are able to gather it as a dough, add another tbsp Olive oil and knead for 10 mins.
Make a ball and place it in an oiled bowl, cover with cling wrap. Let it rest for 45 to 1 hour. Mine took about 45 mins to double.
Punch it down, knead again. Divide into 10 equal balls.

For the Paneer Stuffing

Wash and fine dice the paneer into very small cubes. Add all the ingredients and mix well. Adjust seasoning and keep it ready aside to use.

For making Zingy Parcels

Take the first ball, dust well and using a roller pin, flatten to 3″ disc. Brush the inner side with melted butter.
As shown in the picture, fold the disc on three sides to make a triangle. In the centre, place 1/2 tsp mayo, place a teaspoon of paneer fillings, sprinkle lemon juice.
Sprinkle with garlic powder, grated cheese, mixed herbs, oregano and onion powder along with red chilli flakes.
Bring the three corners to centre, pinch well to close it together. Ensure the corners close well.
Now sprinkle the herbs along with little chilli flakes and grated cheese on top.
Continue with the rest of the balls, complete all the balls and have it ready
Preheat the oven to 200 C and bake for 20 to 25 mins. Check to ensure you have a golden brown colour on top.

Notes

I didn’t have Harissa Mayo, so added lemon juice and chilli flakes to compensate.

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Domino's Zingy Parcels
Domino's Zingy Parcels is a stuffed roll with cheese and paneer seasoned with Italian seasoning. It is spicy, tangy and sinful to indulge in.
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For the Dough
  1. In a wide bowl, take the flour, add the instant yeast, salt, sugar, 1 tbsp olive oil and mix well.
  2. Slowly add the warm water and knead to a soft dough. When you are able to gather it as a dough, add another tbsp Olive oil and knead for 10 mins.
  3. Make a ball and place it in an oiled bowl, cover with cling wrap. Let it rest for 45 to 1 hour. Mine took about 45 mins to double.
  4. Punch it down, knead again. Divide into 10 equal balls.
For the Paneer Stuffing
  1. Wash and fine dice the paneer into very small cubes. Add all the ingredients and mix well. Adjust seasoning and keep it ready aside to use.
For making Zingy Parcels
  1. Take the first ball, dust well and using a roller pin, flatten to 3″ disc. Brush the inner side with melted butter.
  2. As shown in the picture, fold the disc on three sides to make a triangle. In the centre, place 1/2 tsp mayo, place a teaspoon of paneer fillings, sprinkle lemon juice.
  3. Sprinkle with garlic powder, grated cheese, mixed herbs, oregano and onion powder along with red chilli flakes.
  4. Bring the three corners to centre, pinch well to close it together. Ensure the corners close well.
  5. Now sprinkle the herbs along with little chilli flakes and grated cheese on top.
  6. Continue with the rest of the balls, complete all the balls and have it ready
  7. Preheat the oven to 200 C and bake for 20 to 25 mins. Check to ensure you have a golden brown colour on top.
Recipe Notes

I didn't have Harissa Mayo, so added lemon juice and chilli flakes to compensate.

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11 comments

  1. These stuffed parcels look so lip smacking. I am super tempted..maybe I should pay a visit to my local dominos after all. Yours have turned out amazingly well. Lovely pick for Z

  2. Omg those zingy parcels looks super tempting. I am yet to check all your bakes and I am surely going to enjoy them. Nice pick .

  3. Zingy parcels ! They are tempting me Valli ! Been a real real long time since I visited Dominos , which was one time favourite .
    Yes I remember this post and you baking in Veenas place . Friends are life savers 😍

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