Recipe credit: Shared by Aaisha Salajee @umm_usaamah Picture credit: Fatima A Latif @_fatimalatif_ Bismillah hir Rahman nir Raheem
Add the following to mixer: 2 cups warm water 4 tablespoons sugar 2 Tablespoons yeast (1 purple packet) 5 cups flour ¼ teaspoon salt 2 Tablespoons klim- secret ingredient that makes them so soft ½ cup oil 1 teaspoon baking powder (optional)
Beat all ingredients using dough hook. Leave to rise. About 45 minutes. Roll as in picture. Bake for about 5-10min till lightly baked. I eggwashed some and some I didn’t. I preferred to eggwash. Then all to cool. Put fillings of your choice. Ready to freeze. When using thaw and bake in oven till heated through and cheese melts. Enjoy.
Cheese filling: Fatima A Latif @_fatimalatif_ Grated Gouda cheese Grated tussers cheese Parmesan cheese No exact amounts depending on the size of the pide you want to make. Season with salt and pepper. Add ground green chilli. Mix well. Fill pide. Top with freshly chopped parsley, small cubes of green pepper. Sprinkle parsley and red chilli flakes. Bake about 40 minutes before serving at 180. It's too tasty.
Cube chicken fillets, wash and drain. Cook with 1 teaspoon salt ½ jeeru (cumin) (fine cumin powder) ½ fine dhana (fine coriander powder) 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon crushed garlic 2 tablespoons green masala (fine dhania (coriander) and green chilli) ½ teaspoon coarse red chillies
Cook till done with 1 tablespoon oil. Don't dry. Add 2 tablespoons clover creamonaise.
Steak filling for pide
Recipe credit: Fatima A Latif Picture credit: Fatima A Latif @_fatimalatif_ .... Bismillah hir Rahman nir Raheem .... 1kg steak cut in 2cm cubes 2 tablespoon oil 2 med onion finely chopped 2 med tomatoes liquidised 2 teaspoons ginger garlic 1 teaspoon chilli garlic paste 1 teaspoon chilli powder 1 teaspoon Dana 1 teaspoon jiro ¼ teaspoon tumeric Salt to taste 1 cup boiling water
Saute onion in oil. Add in steak and cook with water till tender. Then add in 2 tablespoons clover cremonaise and 2 tablespoons tomato sauce. Use for pies or pide.