Thursday, 18 February 2010

Tiger Paws !!!

Whenever I go shopping with my husband, there will always be a time when he will drag me towards the bread section - especially when he goes shopping on an empty stomach ! We would stand near there for a while, staring at the bread and then he would ask me : "Jagruti, do you want buy some tiger bread?", when I know full well that is it him that really wants to eat the bread ! :)  . . . I always end up saying yes, but I try and make it look as if it is only him that likes the bread - but i secretly love it too ;)
There has never been a time where we have gone shopping together and we have not brought home tiger bread or tiger rolls for the family.....
I have tried many times to find a good recipe for tiger rolls or bread but never had any success. I came across a really good recipe on this blog.
I have said alot about how much we love tiger bread, but what exactly is it?  This link will give information on the unique bread. These tiger rolls have a nutty flavour which comes from sesame oil and the mottled crust is due to a rice paste glaze...when I made this bread and showed it to my husband he was the happiest man on earth, he was so happy that he took me out and bought me a lovely black dress!!!!

You will need:-Bread
  • 400 g strong white bread flour
  • 100 g rice flour
  • 2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 2 tsp yeast
  • 3 tbsp sesame oil
  • 300 ml warm water
You will need:-Topping

  • 1 1/2 tsp yeast
  • 100 ml warm water
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1 1/2 tsp sesame oil
  • 60g rice flour
Method:-

I used my bread maker to make a dough. Mix together the tiger paste ingredients and leave it for 15-20 minutes. Preheat oven to gas mark 5. When the dough is ready or doubled in size flatten the rise dough on a lightly floured surface and knead for few seconds.  Divide in to a equal size and shaped them into a ball. Place on a well greased baking Sheet.  Coat the surface of the rolls with rice paste and leave it for half an hour.  Cook rolls for 10-12 minutes and turn the oven down to gas mark 4 and cook the rolls for further 10-15 minutes. At this stage I coated more seasame oil on a rolls. Leave to cool on a wire rack.

Enjoy it as much as my darling husband did ...


69 comments:

  1. Your husband is so cool. Pretty dress for a bread. And what a gorgeous bread that is too, never even heard of this and look at that pattern. Perfect! :)

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  2. Jagruti, I have never tasted one. But it looks that it has come out well for u. Soft...

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  3. Woww Jagruti, this rolls looks too pretty, will be trying soon....awesome work...

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  4. That looks beautiful...Great job, Jagruti !

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  5. Fab one!!! have to try it out...3 cheers to u 4 this one!!!

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  6. Dear Jagruti
    Even if I am a hard core rice eater, I want to try this..Hummm good idea, as soon as I am back I will try to make this one for someone ( wife) , may be I will get a good shirt
    have a nice weekend..

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  7. Dear Jagruti
    Even if I am a hard core rice eater, I want to try this..Hummm good idea, as soon as I am back I will try to make this one for someone ( wife) , may be I will get a good shirt
    have a nice weekend..

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  8. Jagruti,

    Bread looks really nice, I want to taste it.

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  9. Thanks guys!!
    @ Asha; you said it right...he is cool..
    @ Cicily; thanks dear...really made my night..;0))
    @ Ushnish; try it..it's worth it!!

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  10. Thanks Devasna, swathi, priya,Ramya and gulmahor!!

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  11. a dress for a bread !!!!wow...haven't seen this before !! bookmarked !

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  12. I love your tiger bread, it looks gorgeous! I would love give it a try one day. Thanks for the recipe.
    Cheers,

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  13. Tiger bread looks lovely and so beautiful.I dont know if its my computer but your site is taking ages to load I think you have added a slide gadget above???

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  14. Hi there, Jagruti!!!

    That is sommmme bread you have there...sigh!!! It is too beeeautiful to eat...dont know if it is available in US..will check it out...I think I have just bare minimal baking skill.

    Keep baking these goodies...your baking skills will inspire me one of these days:)))Lets see...

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  15. never heard about this.., you have got a perfect pattern there.

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  16. i have never tasted this bread, but looks very delicious!

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  17. wow! Jagruti the bread looks awesome and perfect and professionally baked.

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  18. Wow!It looks too pretty! Loved It

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  19. This bread is so different and eyecapturing...love yur recipe...the click is so inviting :)

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  20. Tiger bread is new to me ! Seems interesting

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  21. Fabulous dear..Its new to me...Looks so cute and lovely...

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  22. I have never heard something like this before !!

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  23. Just so perfectly done,and so beautiful clicks too

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  24. Your tiger bread looks perfectly beautiful! This is such an impressive attempt, you really deserved that dress from your husband:)

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  25. Wow .. that is completely new kind of bread to me... never seen or tasted before.. u have a nice space here.... thanks for dropping by... following u now...

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  26. that is so sweet of a husband!!! I have never seen this tiger bread... sounds new and interesting!! but curiously we have the same temptation to buy all when we go out shopping with empty stomachs :) nice recipe !!

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  27. Never heard of this bread before....looks gorgeous..Lovely click. Bookmarked.

    I too had problem with ur blog loading in IE. Its fine with firefox.It may be due to some new widget added.

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  28. Wow! wow!! Amazing dear! Beautiful tiger paws! Soooooooo cute!

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  29. wow thats incredible Jagruti, no wonder your Hubby is so happy. Love It.

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  30. I love these tiger paws! How beautiful and they look so crusty and lovely. I will have to figure out a gluten-free version for my husband. Maybe I'll get a new dress! Actually, I am an earring addict, so maybe I'll go for that.

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  31. Looks way cool! I never heard of this bread before or seen one. First time hearing about rice glaze too.You have a nice blog.

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  32. Yum! These rolls look totally scrumptious!

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  33. This is simply awesome! Never seen this bread b4! ;)

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  34. Gr8 Job Jagruti!. Never heard of tiger bread..I am sure it must have tasted as good as these beautiful pictures..

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  35. lovely tiger paws..even intersting name n good click...

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  36. Hi
    Its totally new for me! I was wondering when I read the title. Lovely picture. I would love to have it, but I think I should be out from India to get it! :-(
    Thanks for sharing.
    And congrats that you got a new dress for this! And you deserve it!

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  37. simply amazing, dear...what a creative idea!

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  38. This bread is new to me...looks very attractive...thanks for sharing this recipe...will try it soon :)

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  39. My Goodness Jagruti..A treat for the eyes. I have never heard of this bread until now.. It looks Perfect and I too always love to stop by the bread department and gaze at all the delightful collection..Will give it a try..Tiger Paws, here I come... Beautiful Clicks too.

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  40. Hi Jagruti

    Bread Looks unique and tasty. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    Deepa

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  41. Well done, Jagruti...you got that lovely crack on the bread, seen before but never tasted it....wondering how to obtain one...so you have cleared my doubt......

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  42. hey the tiger bread looks so nice..such cute buns and love the capture..

    btw congrats on your black dress.

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  43. Hi guys...
    @ Nivedita; well now you don't need to leave, you can make it at home..of course for holiday you can..;-))

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  44. Hi Dear. Lovely!!! that's so sweet of you to make ur husband's favorite, woh kahte hain na dil ka rasta pet se guzar ke jata hai..lol.
    But truely awesome work dear, for a dressed up bread a dress in return!!

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  45. it does looks like that, great post dear

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  46. So THIS is the key to a man's heart! Good to know. Looks delicious.

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  47. Gosh, they look powerful n strong like tiger!!

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  48. this is so amazing! i have never seen such bread..would simply love to have these!

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  49. I have never seen such a bread! Love the top of buns!

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  50. awesome!!never heard of this bread..Looks different and yummy

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  51. wow jagruti this bread looks super yummy...had never heard of it...nice pattern...looks perfect...this bread surely worths a black dress...:)

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  52. Lovely bread!! Gr8 job Jagruti!!

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  53. Never heard of a Tiger bread before..:).Looks so good,now I am gonna read up on the link you've given.And you are one lucky woman..:):)

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  54. Super name and luks the same..awesome!!!!!

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  55. wow! i've never seen this before but it looks amazing!

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  56. This is so cute~ tiger bread ~ never seen before. Next time I'll make tiger roll...hahaa..

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  57. Wow....looks beautiful. Looks like leopard skin to me. I'm sure they taste great. I wish I could try some!

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  58. They look fantastic! The recipe is a keeper!

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  59. Never heard of this bread but it looks beautiful. The dress perk is an added motivation to try it. True labour of love.

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  60. This looks very interesting. We have had Baguette with the tiger paste but it wasnt as dramatic in terms of colour :)

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  61. hey Jagruti ...the carotene soup was good but this bread is simply great....came after a long time n saw many of your recipes...this one is a keeper for sure...i am making them ASAP..

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  62. Never knew such thing existed,tiger bread looks absolutely ravishing..Thanks for introducing us to the new things...Lovely post..

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