Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Bread Roll with Chicken Meat & Sausage Filling

Bread roll with chicken and sausage filling......................a cut with sauce!
This is how it looked like inside............................................The bread roll sauce.
My daughter would bug me to cook supper for her whenever she stays up late to study or do her homework. I learned this recipe from Jamie Oliver, The Naked Chef on Astro Asian Food Channel. Jamie’s recipe and cooking method is simple and easy. This is one my favorite show in AFC channel. I have modified the recipe a little bit to suit our local palate. I did not write down the actual recipe, just put in whatever I can remember. I not sure what Jamie Oliver call this dish but I have named it Bread Roll with Chicken Meat & Sausage Filling.
The portion for this bread was so big that my supposedly supper meal turned out to be for breakfast as well for the following next morning! Bread 3 cups of Flour 1 teaspoon of dry yeast mix in water, a tablespoon of sugar, ½ teaspoon of salt and a little flour, to wake them up! Slowly pour the premix liquid ingredients on the flour to make dry dough. Knead the bread dough until it is well mix. Cover the dough with a towel and let the yeast do their job, making bubbles! Filling Chicken meat, 400 gms Onions, 2 pcs, chopped finely Green peas, ½ cup Oregano, 1 teaspoon Thyme, 1 teaspoon Tomato, 2, cut into cubes Worcestershire Sauce, 1 teaspoon Salt to taste Sautéed onions in vegetable oil and butter combination until fragrant. Add in chicken meat and fry until chicken is slightly brown. Add in the rest of the ingredients and stir fry for a short while. Sauce Onions, 1 pcs, chopped finely Worcestershire Sauce, 1 teaspoon Oregano, 1 teaspoon Dark soya sauce, ¼ teaspoon Pepper, a dash or more (to taste) Corn Flour, 2 teaspoon, add with a little water Salt to taste Sautéed onion in butter until it turns soft. Add in some water and bring to a boil. Add in the rest of the ingredients. Use corn flour to make the sauce thick. Use a rolling pin to make the dough into a long oval shape. Put in the sausage and fillings. Wrap the fillings in the dough and join both ends. Rub some vegetable oil on top of the dough. Bake in preheated oven at 180deg C for 25 minutes. Cut the bread diagonally and serve with sauce.
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25 comments:

mistipurple said...

your blog should have heading, 'dangerous to visit when hungries'. :P

Pete said...

Misty : Must have a packet of instant noodle or some snacks before you click my link, ha ha ha! LOL!

Sharon said...

That looks so yummy! Gotta love a man who can cook :)

LZ said...

looks delicious!! :D
wana try making after my finals!

xin said...

this is really funky! its like jumbo mambo donut with chicken!

Josephine said...

wow! very special leh!!!
Thanks for sharing it!

levian said...

this looked alluring, does make me feel like sinking my teeth into it. :)

mistipurple said...

i came back to take a look again at the bread roll. pathetic hor? *stomach growling*

cleffairy said...

=.= i must do a lot of good deeds in this life so that in next life, i can get a father who cooks! LMAO!

Pete said...

Sharon : The bread a bit tough but crispy because I did not leave it overnight for it to expand further. But it soften when eat with the gravy. Overall, taste is nice.

LZ : You can add rosemary for stronger flavour!

Xin : Mmmm, I like the name Mambo Jambo donut with chicken, cute name! Ha ha ha! LOL

Josephine : My daughter 'terkejut' when she saw her supper meal.

Levian : Smells good when hot from the oven......mmmm, yummy....heh heh heh.

Misti : Poor Misty, next time I cook for you.

Cleff : Wah, food karma lorr.... LOL

foongpc said...

Wow! Looks so yummy and delicious! : )

Calvin Soo KJ said...

you can become jaymee oily-ver malaysia mah....lolz

Pete said...

Foongpc : One nice recipe from Jamie Oliver!

Calvin : Maybe Oily man lorr....ha ha ha!

suituapui said...

*green with envy I don't make bread! As a matter of fact, I don;t bake! Cakes and cookies - my missus' territory! LOL!!!

mommy to chumsy said...

wow...simply delicious. bread is my fav. i've never seen this before. your family is so lucky lah...get to eat good food cooked by daddy ;)

Pete said...

STP : Baking can be a little bit tricky at times because have to take care of Temperature and time setting. Normal cooking can 'agak-agak'.....LOL

Mommy : When I saw this in Jamie Oliver show, I gotta try this recipe. Very unique lorr!
Sometime, my wife gets very worried when I try new recipe....too adventurous at times....ha ha ha!

fufu said...

yoo... so nice!! you are a good cook!! but can you bake as well?

Pete said...

Fufu : Just testing the recipe, sometimes the food I baked turn out ok, sometimes not nice lorrr! LOL

kenwooi.com said...

omg.. im so hungry now and im looking at the food on your blog.. lol

eh this is nice leh! =D

chubskulit said...

Yum, thanks for sharing the recipe.. It's like enfanada..

eunice said...

HELLOO!! I think if I run out of idea what to cook that day, I can just come to your site and follow what you have done!! Must be nice ah!

Pete said...

kenwooi : Heh heh,can hear your stomach rumbling leh!

chubskulit : Enfanada...interesting name, will check it out!

Eunice : Nice to eat, especially hot from the oven!

Chris said...

wow! so big portion!

Pete said...

Chris : This is XXXXXL donut, ha ha ha!

Tangled Noodle said...

Mmmmm - can't resist bread stuffed with savory meat and sausage! I wish we could get AFC here in the US - it had a lot of different cooking shows that we don't see on Food Network.

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