Friday, September 14, 2007

Stuffed meat Stromboli






I am a regular viewer of Food network especially on my free days, I am always on a look out for new recipes ,ideas, and above all for the joy of cooking. It feels so good to see a well designed cooking event where everything goes as planned no mishaps ,and at the end the dish turns out a success um um um umm ummhh!!!

Few months back I came across a Pizza dough recipe by celebrity chef Tyler Florence ,it is a pretty simple recipe , but instead of making a pizza thought of adding a twist to the recipe why not stuff it with meat...like a Stromboli.


So I decided to give this idea a try and voila !!!


It turned out great!!!!


Here's the recipe:
Flour (maida): 1 cup
yeast : 1 teaspoon full
salt : 1 teaspoon full
Olive Oil : 1-2 teaspoon full
water as needed.



Mix the above ingredients to make a dough , remember to soak the yeast in little warm water before mixing it with the dough so that it gets activated . After the dough is mixed to the right consistency add oil to make it soft .Leave this for 1/2 hour with a lid, after that the dough will almost become double it's size , mix it up again and set aside for another 1/2 hour.



Stuffing:
Meat (chicken , pork or beef) :1 lbs
onion : 1 finely chopped
green chillies : 2 finely chopped
ginger & garlic : 1 teaspoon full finely chopped
Cilantro: 1 tablespoon chopped.
turmeric; 1/2 teaspoon full
garam masala : 1/2 teaspoon full
Black pepper : 1/2 teaspoon full
Olive oil : 1 -2 teaspoon full
salt to taste.



Boil the meat with salt and turmeric for 15-20 mins if in cooker till 3 whistles blow or else till well done. After it cools down mince it in a food processor , or u can use ground meat too for this dish I prefer minced meat gives a different texture .



Heat up a pan add the oil , then add the chopped onions , ginger, garlic and chillies cook for few minutes till translucent, add turmeric, garam masala black pepper, cook for few mins more,then add the meat .This has to be of a dry consistency so no need to add water, lastly add the salt and sprinkle the chopped cilantro leaves, let this cool down.











Next step is to roll out the dough on to a base , remember to oil the base or else the dough will stick, arrange the meat mixture on to the dough and fold it over to seal the ends. Cut in desired shape or size and bake at 375 C FOR 20 Mins . Serve with tomato sauce or mint chutney!!



15 comments:

Asha said...

OMG!!! What a great lunch it would make M! My kids would love it.Thanks for the recipe girl,hugs:))

Vcuisine said...

MR, thanks for dropping by. I have come across this recipe couple of time. Can substitute with paneer and veggie filling and give a try. Thanks for the recipe. Viji

Happy cook said...

This is a very good idea.
The filling looks really yummy.
Can i use puff pastry instead of the piizza dough

mallurecipes said...

Thanks Asha,
yes this makes a great lunch for kids my son loved it.

Viji,
u can fill it with what ever u choose jus not too gravy kind as the bread tends to soak the liquid.

Happy cook
i have used pastry puffs too, this tastes more like a bread with filling.

meeso said...

Thanks for visiting my blog :) This looks so good...I'm gonna go investigate the rest of your blog now :D

Cynthia said...

I love stuffed-foods :) It's always a nice surprise to find some goodies inside.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I can't wait to explore yours.

Do come back and visit when you can.

Nags said...

lovely! with a name like mallurecipes, i expected mal recipes in here.. pleasant surprise :)

you have a great blog, so up to go on my blogroll!!

do try and participate in the cookbook event if you can.

MM said...

This looks real mouth watering. I am fast turning out to be a regular at cookery blogs, and urs is a fantastic one.

Shall be back for more yummy delights!
:)

shilpa(Aayisrecipes) said...

This is such a neat idea. I would love to try this too...

Padma said...

Awesome, have to try with chicken/turkey

SHUBHA said...

hey lovely recipe..
had a query... to make this dough do u use dry yeast?.... can pizza be made with this same dough??.... iam a KG student when it comes to baking... hence so many queries...

Mishmash ! said...

hmm..this is a spicy stromboli :)

Shn

Archana said...

Though I am vegetarian- this looks perfect. I would love for you to send this recipe (veggie version) or any other for my event - ONE DISH MEALS. Check my site or the link below for more details.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/2008/uncategorized/monthly-one-dish-event-meals/

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