For the dough

4-5 cups of flour/bread flour

1 egg

1/2 cup warm milk

1 cup warm water

2 dried yeast

2 tblsp sugar

3 tblsp. butter

a pinch of soda-bicarb

2 tsp.salt

1 egg yolk(to apply on the top of the buns)


Take a bowl  in which you are going to make the dough.Add the warm water,sprinkle yeast

and sugar,mix lightly and allow to ferment for 10-12 minutes.You will see bubbles after it

is fermented.Now it is ready to mix in the rest of the ingredients.Use the dough hook ,if

your using an electric mixer.Mix in one by one ,and knead to a soft dough.(if you need

more water add warm water.)Allow to rise for 1-2 hours.You will see the dough doubled in

size.Punch down the dough ,and mix again for another 5-10 minutes,and allow to rise

again till you make the filling.Divide into the sizes you need .Make your desired shape.

For the filling

250 gm mutton mince or mutton  boiled and minced

150 gm potatoes cut into tiny cubes

1 capsicum cut fine

2 tsp.ginger garlic paste

1-2 tomatoes coarsely ground

1 big onion chopped fine

2 tblsp. chillie paste

salt to taste

1/2 tsp pepper powder

1 tsp garam masala powder

1 tsp.cummin seed powder

2-3 tblsp. oil or butter

1/2 tsp.saunf/aniseed

few curry leaves


Heat oil in a pan,add saunf and curry leaves.Next add the onions and saute till translucent.

Then add the ginger garlic paste,and the rest of the ingredients.Cover and cook on a slow

flame ,allowing it to cook in its own juices.Once the potatoes are tender and the gravy is

dried partially,allow to cool .Fill in the buns and make desired shapes.Arrange on greased

baking tray.Brush the top of each bun with beaten egg yolk (to get a nice brown color on

top),and bake in hot oven for 20-25 minutes(200 degrees).




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