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Vegan Veggie Stuffed Savoury Buns | Easy tea time snack

Vegan Stuffed buns was an offshoot
of the calzone recipe. While shaping those vegetarian calzones, the husband was
hovering in the kitchen and asked if the same dough can be shaped into buns
too. And thus was born an idea, a clever one at that. By that time, we had
already baked those calzones, so worked with stoneground wholewheat flour. And
the texture, although coarse lends beautifully to these super healthy buns. I
had a bit of these chopped veggies from the morning breakfast, so sautéed them
with some spices and the filling was ready. Its nice to see how one or two
basic doughs transforms to so many baked goodies.

Happpily munched them for tea, and
again for dinner with some broccoli soup and the day was done. Making these
vegan is an option. But you can add butter if need be. The shiny crusty tops
with the soft but chewy interiors with the veggie filling was so good to bite
into. By the looks of it, we may not indulge in too many store bought bakes
anymore.

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Baking Marathon Day 14 : Vegan
Stuffed Savoury buns

Recipe type : Snack or Main course

Course: Bread

Cuisine : American

Makes : 8 medium sized buns

Spice level – medium to high
(adjust to taste)

Prep time: 15 mins | Standing /
Rise time
: 90 mins 

Bake time : 22 mins 
(varies from oven to oven)

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Ingredients:

  • Stoneground wholewheat flour – 1.5
    cups (you can use normal atta / APF)
  • Instant yeast – 1 tsp
  • Olive oil – 1.5 tsp + 1 TBSP
  • Stuffing : Veggies minced fine
    (about 1 cup) : carrots, cauliflower, potatoes, peas
  • Onion – 1 medium
  • Bell pepper – 1 small
  • Salt – ½ tsp + some for the dough
  • Seasonings and spice – turmeric
    powder, garam masala, chilly powder, amchur (dry mango powder) – adjust to
    taste
  • Sugar – ½ tsp (optional)
  • Coriander leaves and kasuri methi
    (for garnish)

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Method:

  1. Prepare the dough with flour,
    yeast, warm water, sugar as in Calzone recipe. Cover and wrap and let it rise
    just once.
  2. Meanwhile, heat oil sauté onions & bell pepper,
    when it turns translucent and crunchy add the minced veggies, salt and cook till crispy.
    Add seasonings,garnish and stir well
  3. Let it cool. Check for salt and
    spice
  4. Divide the dough into 8 equal
    portions, flatten out a portion, add a tsp or two of the filling. Close and
    smoothen it out into a ball. Repeat for remaining dough
  5. Let them rise for 45 mins more
    covered. Towards end of the 2ndrise, preheat oven to 180 C / 375 F
  6. Lightly brush them with oil (as
    the dough was quite rough, I used it to moisten it a little bit, you can also
    give an egg wash / milk wash, but this is totally optional)
  7. Sprinkle some sesame seeds and bake
    for 20-22 mins till done.
  8. Cool on a rack and serve as it is
    or with tea / soup. 

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16 Comments

  1. MySpicyKitchen

    Looks like a nice teatime snack. Buns got a nice brown shiny exterior and look delicious

  2. That last click is killing me… Looks so professional and so tempting..

  3. The Pumpkin Farm

    they look like burgeer buns…loved teh stuffing and the idea of it

  4. vaishali sabnani

    Excellent Kalyani ! The Buns look so good , healthy too and the stuffing is very interesting too. Perfectly baked buns wish could taste them.

  5. Ah the buns have browned so well!..

  6. Priya Suresh

    Healthy stuffing and those buns looks gorgeous and super irresistible.

  7. Varada's Kitchen

    They look great. Next time when you roll the dough leave it thick in the center. The filling will be better distributed.

  8. amazing vegan buns. vegan baking is something difficult. kudos to you

  9. Suma Gandlur

    These are some healthy and wholesome rolls. Can skip a meal for those.

  10. Wow, those buns look just perfect Kalyani. Perfect shape, perfect stuffing and perfect color — wow, so tempting.

  11. Sneha's Recipe

    Healthy and filling buns, just perfectly baked.

  12. Healthy and filling rolls.

  13. Nalini's Kitchen

    Great looking stuffed buns,use of whole wheat flour makes it even more healthier..

  14. Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen

    Love that awesome color the buns have got!!yum filling, healthy buns!! 🙂

  15. Sandhya Ramakrishnan

    Such an awesome bun and I simply love the filled ones 🙂

  16. Gayathri Kumar

    superb Kalyani! The stuffed buns look great..

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