Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Tumeric Chicken & Ricotta Stuffed Bread


chicken breasts sliced fairly think and cooked in a touch of olive oil
fresh paresly
whole milk ricotta cheese drained
tumeric
salt
black pepper
Dough:
6 cups all purpose flour
2 tablespoons dry active yeast
2-3 cups warm milk
6 tablespoons olive oil
salt

Glaze:
sesame seeds
one egg beaten

Make the filling first so it's cooled off when you ar ready to stuff the dough.
Saute the chicken and spices until well cooked and set to the side.
To prepare the dough by adding all ingredients and kneading until satiny and soft.
Set aside covered until doubled.
Break off golf ball size pieces, really whatever size you choose is fine. These were fairly big but it just depends on what I have cooked for dinner that night that determines the size of these bread treats.
Roll out the dough into shape to desired shape.
Fill them.
Let them rise again until your finger impression fills in slowly.
Brush on the beaten egg and then decorate with sesame seeds.
Bake at 400 until golden brown.
Enjoy!

11 comments:

  1. Lovely blog you've got! I love looking through all your breads.

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  2. Essalam Alaikum Umm Maryam! Insha'Allah your Ramadan is going well!

    Welcome Cara & Thank You!

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  3. so thaaaaaat's how you did that, jamila!! LOL. will surely try it soon but with a diff filling since i can't mix the two. they look great :D

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  4. Thanks BB! If you do make them, show what you use. I love this little treats. You can use brioche too, and add chocolate in the middle. Yummm! Great for coffee.

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  5. jamila, i hope to try these this weekend & wanted to ask you something, also. can u email me ... can't find yours. thanks :) happy belated eid btw.

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  6. As salamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh sister!

    MashaAllah what kind of recipes. My husband is from Algeria and I love arabic food. Is this tumeric chicken algerian recipe? And how about other recipes, are they all algerian?

    Jazak Allah khayran

    sister from Finland

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  7. Walaikum Essalam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh Sister from Finland! Welcome & thanks for the compliment. Some dishes on here are Algeria and from other parts of the world. I really don't like any one particular cuisine, all of them are lovely. Once again, welcome & hope to see you again.

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  8. Aslamu alakum Jamila
    i have these in the oven as i type i did a differnet filling a pizza base sauce chesse olives thing , anyhow the rolling bit is tricky for me i can't seem to get the shape the first was good but the rest well each one is a differnet shape lol. I am just wondering how thick it should be when rolled out? I did the golf ball thing jamila thank you once again , please keep the recipes coming mashaAllah, i can relate to them as i fuse flavours from all over the world in my Algerian kitchen alhamduillah:)

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  9. Essalam Alaikum Rainbow,

    Make them whatever thickness you prefer. :-)I hope yours turned out well!

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  10. Ramadan Kareem Dear to u. This recipe is something new and looks gr8 for Iftar's. First time here u have a nice and yummy blog.

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