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Cooking Time

Preparation Time : 60

Cook Time : 25

Total Time : 85


Serves 5

  • Boiled mutton Keema 250 gm

  • Capsicum (grated or chopped finely) 1 (small)

  • Corn 2 tbsp

  • Carrot (grated) 1

  • Finely chopped onion 1 (small)

  • Green chillies (chopped) 1-2

  • Garlic paste 1/2 tsp

  • Chopped coriander 1 tsp

  • Salt to taste or 1/2 teaspoon approximately

  • Ground cumin powder 1/2 tsp

  • Tandoori masala (optional) 1 pinch

  • Lemon juice of 1/2 lemon

  • Soya sauce 1 tsp

  • Butter 1 tbsp

  • Ingredients for Dough: - Flour 2 cups

  • Salt 1 tsp

  • Sugar 1 tsp

  • Yeast 1/2 tsp

  • Baking powder 1/4 tsp

  • Softened butter 3 tbsp

  • Oil 2 tbsp

  • Warm milk mixed with water 1/2 cup


  • 01

    For the filling, heat the butter, add the onions and stir fry until they’re translucent. Do not brown them. Add the capsicum and carrot. Add the boiled mutton keema and stir fry. Add the chillies, garlic, salt, cumin powder, tandoori masala and corn. Sauté until the boiled mutton keema becomes more tender. If the mixture sticks to the pan and the mutton keema is not yet done, add a tbsp. of water and cover until ready. Make sure that the mixture is completely dry. Lastly, add the coriander and soya sauce, mix well and switch off. Pour the lemon juice on the mixture, and shred the mutton.

  • 02

    For the dough, sieve the flour and add the yeast, baking powder, salt and sugar. Add 2 tbsp. of butter and 2 tbsp oil. (Reserve the last tbsp. butter for later). Rub into the flour using finger tips until the flour has a crumbly texture. Gradually add the warm milk & water, stirring it in with a wooden spoon at first until the dough starts to hold together, and then continuing to knead together with your hands until the dough has softened. You need this dough slightly sticky, oil your hands slightly to help with the stickiness and keep kneading. Adding a little sprinkling of flour when it gets too sticky to handle until the dough is nice and well-kneaded and formed into a ball. Apply a touch of oil all over the ball of dough, place in a container and cover with a damp towel. Place in a micro or anywhere warm. Leave it to rise to about double its original size. (Minimum 1 hour) Roll out the dough on a floured surface into a huge circle then rub half of the reserved tbsp. of butter all over this rolled out circle. Using a pizza cutter or sharp knife, cut the circle into quarters, then divide each quarter again to form eighths. Take the first eighth of the circle; place your mixture of choice on the edge. Roll carefully towards the pointed edge. Curve down the edges of your rolled up croissant to form the crescent shape. Place the croissants on a greased tray and cover them again for another half an hour so that the dough can rise again. Glaze the croissants with egg yolk to give them a nice color. Bake at 180 degrees C for about 20-25 minutes. When ready, remove and place them on a cloth, and take the remaining half tbsp. of butter, and gently touch up the buns with it to give them a nice shiny soft finish. Cover the buns in the cloth for about 10 minutes before serving.



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