Thursday, October 4, 2012

The Bewitching Spiral Apple Bread


Baking bread is always a delightful experience , I still recollect my first attempt when I would faithfully watch the yeast proof,lift the towel on the dough bowl to see if it is ready to punch down and the joyfull aroma of bread fill the kitchen while baking.My heart would pound with excitement when I pull the bread out from the oven.I relive these lovely moments whenever I bake any type of bread be it a simple loaf, or stuffed bun or a braided bread.

When I saw this bread on treatandtrick I bookmarked it immediately and tried as soon as I got a chance.I am so glad it turned out so good.This spiral apple bread is crusty on the outside and flaky on the inside with a divinely soft flavor of apple.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups all purpose flour
  • 3/4 cup warm milk
  • 2 tbsp melted butter
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 1.5 tsp instant yeast
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 apples cored and sliced
Topping
  • 1/4 cups melted butter
  • 1/4 cup sugar or to taste
Make: 2 bread spirals

Procedure

Step 1: Making the Dough

In a big bowl add yeast,sugar,salt n warm milk let it sit for 10 min. It will become foamy. Then add butter mix nicely. Then add flour slowly 1/2 cup at a time n stir with spatula. Then take it out of the bowl n on a lightly floured surface knead it for 5 min n then make it into a ball. Grease it with oil then put it in a bowl n cover with a damp cloth n let it sit for 1 hr.

After a hour or till the dough become double.Take it out n punch it in the center to take all the air out and knead for 5 min.Now divide the dough into two parts.

Step 2: Shaping and Assembly

Take one part and flatten it with a roller into rectangle shape as thin as a chappati and cut vertically into 9 strips. Take a 8inch round baking pan and grease it with butter.


Starting at the center of pan take one strip of dough and coil it initially in one round then add apple slices and bind with the strip.Continue to place apple slice and coil it further. Once the first strip is over join with the next strip and simultanously add apple slices within it.Continue till all strips are over.

Repeat the same for the second part of the dough.

Step 3:Baking and Glazing

Let it sit for 30 minutes.In the meantime preheat the oven to 190 degree Celsius.Bake for 30 minutes or till it becomes golde brown. Remove from oven brush with melted butter and sprinkle with sugar powder.



Cut into wedges and enjoy.



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29 comments:

Priya said...

Wow even i saw at her space also bookmarked it, well done Satya,lovely bread.

Nandita SS said...

Oh this bread is bewitching indeed Loved the recipe Satya!! I am bookmarking this :)

Julie said...

wow..loved this bread,yummy!!
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Nivedhanams Sowmya said...

this is new to me!!! and you have made it so easy to follow with picture perfect stepwise.. Am bookmarking it!!
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Vimitha Anand said...

Bread looks so lovely sathya... am gonna try this soon too

PT said...

well done.. looks great..

Minu said...

Superb

సిరి said...

Lovely work dear

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PriyaVaasu said...

Looks superb!!!! Kids would love for the shape itself!!!!

SHILPY MALHOTRA said...

wow..bookmarked d recipe...wl try it fr sure..

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Treatntrick Treat and Trick said...

I'm so delighted to see the result Satya! Thanks so much for trying, hope others will love it too..

Bhamathy said...

Awesome dish!! My stomach started grinding to see your pics!! Shud say - u have lots of patience..

Archana said...

OMG. i will make it> just wish I have your patience.
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Beena.stephy said...

Super nice presantation

Swathi Iyer said...

Delicious and beautiful bread. Love the incorporation of fresh apple.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Simply mouthwatering and delicious spiral apple preparation.
Deepa

Prathima Rao said...

This is a lovely bread..a nice change from apple pie :) well explained satya..
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Ramya said...

This totally deserves 5 stars satya!I came back to your page thrice to see this again n again:-)I am soo bad at baking bread..its like yeast hates me.:-(

Anu said...

Well done satya!!! Looks so yum.

Amy said...

wow!!even I am going to bookmark this...delicious & an interesting recipe...your blog is interesting...
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Biny's Recipes said...

sats thats very creative indeed...great one

Priyas Feast said...

Luks damn good sathya... very well made..

Chitra said...

very well done. loved the spirals :)

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This is really interesting…
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indugetscooking said...

It looks very good. And the instructions are very clear. Must try recipe.

Satya said...

thankq every one ...i am so happy that u like this bread....do try it n plez let me know the outcome

Satya said...

thankq every one ...i am so happy that u like this bread....do try it n plez let me know the outcome

Arti said...

Thanks to your comment on my blog otherwise I would have missed a treat here!

This is indeed bewitching Satya, I really admire your patience to go through the whole process and present it here so wonderfully in a step by step manner so that we can learn too. Needless to say, the end result is highly tempting and mouth watering.

In hindsight, I am now thinking you'd better have not told me about it now that I am craving so badly for it ;) Good going, I could feel the nostalgia you associated with this post of yours. :)

Beglaubigte Übersetzung said...

I will bake it too, looks delicious, very special! Thanks for sharing!

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