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Monday, June 13, 2011

Plaited Bread (Sweet filling )

Weekends get over very soon... But there is a good thing over every weekend , we can aspire for the next coming weekend.Back to blogging,after a short break.
Today technology has advanced at every extent in life.The same goes true in case of kitchen accessories.Conventional oven at home gave an ample oppurtunity to bake /broil many food items.There by reducing the usage of oil and many fat free recipes too.Breads baked at home are full of satisfaction and a healthy version ;guilt free one :-)

  This plaited bread was bookmarked from Nitha's Amateur perception.She has wonderful recipes in her blog.She had prepared both sweet n spicy filling.But I just took out the sweet one, prepared it.The bread came out very good and all liked it with  a hot cup of tea.That reminded me of dilkush which we get it in bakeries back in Kerala.


all purpose flour 3 cups
yeast 1tbsp
leukwarm water 1/4 cup
leukwarm milk 1/4cup
sugar 1tsp
egg 1
salt 1/2tsp
butter 1/4cup
egg 1 for glaze

for filling\
coconut 1/2 cup
sugar 4tsp
mixed nuts (I used cashew,raisins, and cake fruit mix,you can use your preferred nuts)
cardamom 2 tsp powdered


  • Mix the leukwarm water,milk,sugar and yeast ,wait for a while to rise.
  • Mix this mixture with the other ingredients and make a dough.
  • Leave this for 2 hours to rise and double its volume.
  • In the mean time, prepare the filling by mixing the grated coconut,nuts and cardamom powder.
  • After 2 hours,make two balls of equal size .Roll one ball on an aluminium foil in the shape of a rectangle.
  • Place the filling in the centre as shown and cut ribbon stripes .

  • Fold these stripes as plaiting and cover the filling.

  • Brush the top with egg for glaze and leave aside.
  • Pre heat oven to 350 degrees and transfer the plaited bread in the aluminium foil in the tray.
  • Bake for 30 minutes.Cool before cutting into pieces.
  • Serve with tea / coffee.

* You can preserve for 2 days in air tight containers.
* You can fill this bread with vegetable or meat filling instead of sweet filling and make the same bread.



Radhika said... Best Blogger Tips

The end result is simply awesome.

Sunanda said... Best Blogger Tips

OMG!! this is an awesome recipe.looks just perfect der..

Sravs said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow looks so gorgeous !! perfectly done and tempting filling !!

Hamaree Rasoi said... Best Blogger Tips

Bread with sweet fillings look awesome. My mouth is already watering.

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Sobha Shyam said... Best Blogger Tips

wow..bread looks super delicious..home made is always the best..sweet filling is an excellent idea..

Deepthi KR said... Best Blogger Tips

perfectly baked!!!
rich golden color is tempting me!!!
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Sarah Naveen said... Best Blogger Tips

Great job!!! looks so perfect and yummy!!

aipi said... Best Blogger Tips

A beautiful bread ~ very neat braids, great work!
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Chitra said... Best Blogger Tips

love the color of the crust.....very tempting

Nitha said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks for trying that out Julie... Your bread has come out perfect...

saleena said... Best Blogger Tips

Great looking bread dear......It looks so gorgeous n tempting filling.Plaited breads are perfect.Surely kids delight.

Simply Life said... Best Blogger Tips

oh wow! that looks perfect and like it should be in a bakery window on display!

Vardhini said... Best Blogger Tips

The bread has turned out really good .. Never tried plaited bread .. looks perfect dear.

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Binys Recipes said... Best Blogger Tips

wow dats perfect looking bread!!!!!!!!

JishasKitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

wow..thats an awesome made me drool with those clicks and I really want to try it..bookmarked,,,:)

Sangeetha M said... Best Blogger Tips

Bread with sweet filling looks great n the crust color so shiny n tempting...well done Julie!!!