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DilKush Buns and Bread Recipe| Eggless stuffed Buns Recipe

Dil Kush Buns and Breads

               My friend asked me to post some stuffed buns after trying pav buns.Got this idea of dil kush buns and breads, from my sweet pastry pin wheelsFor outer dough for buns and bread i literally followed the bun recipe from here.




Dil Kush Buns and Breads
Coconut and tutti fruity filling with cardamom powder is really delicious and flavourful.Do try this buns and breads and enjoy.

Ingredients:
4 cups Plain Flour
50 g Butter at room temperature
1 tbsp Yeast
1/4 cup Sugar
1/2 cup Milk
2 tbsp Oil 
1 tsp Salt

For Roux:
50 g Flour
250 g Water

For Filling:
1 and 1/2 cup grated coconut
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 tsp cardamom powder
1 cup tutti fruity
1/4 cup chopped cashews

Method:

Dil Kush Buns and Breads
  • Make the roux first by mixing flour and water,without lumps.
  • Cook until it forms a custard.Let it cool for sometime.
  • Once the mix gets cooled, add the flour,butter,yeast,salt,sugar and milk and knead until smooth and elastic.Finally add oil.
Dil Kush Buns and Breads
  • Knead well.Wrap the bowl and allow it to rise until it gets doubled.
Dil Kush Buns and Breads
  • Divide the dough into small balls(i made 5 equal sized balls)and then roll a ball with a rolling pin by dusting the plain flour.Roll them into a circle of diameter  8” inch and 1/2 “ inch thickness.
  • Prepare the filling by mixing coconut,brown sugar,tutti fruity,chopped cashews and cardamom powder.
  • Spread the filling in the middle and leave the 1/2 inch space at the outer border.
Dil Kush Buns and Breads
  • Roll out another ball and cover over the filling.
  • Keep it in a greased pan and wrap it.
  • Wait until it get double the size.
Dil Kush Buns and Breads

  • Brush on top with egg white or milk.
  • If you want dil kush buns you can fill the filling inside the balls.
  • keep it in a greased tin until it becomes double the size.


Dil Kush Buns and Breads

  • Pre heat oven to 180 degrees Celsius.Bake the bread in the oven for about 15-20 minutes.
  • Once it done Slice it.


Dil Kush Buns and Breads
  • Bake the buns in the oven for about 10-15 minutes.See how soft it looks insideSurprised smile.
Dil Kush Buns and Breads



Here is a slice of dilkush bread for youSmile.

Notes:
  • Here i used the fresh grated coconut,If you are going to have it immediately then use the fresh coconut otherwise use the desiccated coconut or dry roast the coconut in kadai and then add it.
  • I got one 8 inch bread and 3 small buns for this measurement.
  • You can use normal sugar instead of brown sugar.
Have a nice day!!!

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  1. Very delicious filling..I love dilkush with puff pastry..yumm

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  2. Yum,it's been ages since I had this-looks great!

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  3. Woow..Superbb.Thanks for the recipe..bookmarked it..

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  4. Omg, wish i live near you, am truly missing this dilkush buns, its been ages i had them.

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  5. These buns look really tempting....very very yum

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  6. They looks very soft n delicious filling!!

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  7. Nice buns..kids will surely love them

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  8. loved having these in the bangalore bakeries...such a lovely recipe Prema. thanks for sharing.

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  9. delicious dear...ongoing event: Fast Food Event - Noodles

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  10. Never knew how to do these prema! Thanks for sharing, lovely clicks

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  11. I love Dil Kush, born & brought up in Baking family, I love Dil Kush and Dil pasand, I have posted a Dil kush recipe, I too wanted to bake a bun like this but I don't get tutti frutti's here so I made with the dried fruits which I get here, where did you get tutti frutti, I use the Roux method, no need to use eggs at all, I have posted few and still have some in my draft to post recipes using Roux method, I totally love this method.., the end product turns out so soft and beautiful yaar..

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  12. Did I tell you those clicks are so amazing.., looks so Gorgeous..,

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  13. The buns have such nice texture and the filling, so yumm..

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  14. That looks awesome prema..Reminds me of my school days when we used to gorge on these from the nearby bakery

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  15. Wow this is super tempting. I love the buns with coconut filling

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  16. These buns are super delicious...
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  17. They looks awesome,perfectly made and love the filling.

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  18. Wow looks absolutely tempting...yummy looking buns!

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  19. Its been years..I almost forgot this recipe and thanks for sharing it..Super delishh

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  20. Very tempting & yummy looking bread & buns, lovely filling! Gorgeous pics, I really want to give this a try!

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  21. i thought of trying these buns today, as this is my hubby's most favourite snack at bakery! Loved the step wise pics. i will try & let you know soon!

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  22. Oh..super tempting, this stuffed buns looks mouth-watering.

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  23. I used to LOVE these buns when I was younger - we had a malayalee man from a company called TOP Bakery who came on his bike with a box at the back where he had vegetable puffs and these fruits&coconut stuffed buns - you are taking me back to wonderful memories with this post! bookmarking to try on my kids :)

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  24. Perfect looking buns...Love them..

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  25. I love dilkush buns but never attempted to make them.Dilkush looks so tempting.

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  26. I too planned to try the same and bought desiccated coconut last week, urs looks perfect and spongy,soft :)

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  27. wow...they look super tempting Prema.Came out so soft. well captured.

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  28. Super Buns ! The pics looks so tempting, I am drooling.

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  29. Reminds me of something ...hope you know what :) ...one of my fav...looking amazing n delish

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  30. Hey Prema..I was longing to make these buns. Had found a recipe recently and was waiting to make it. When I saw yours using the roux, I could not wait so made it !!! It turned out super good. Thank You !!

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  31. very delicious n my favt one when i was child.i will try soon.bookmarked it..

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  32. If using sugar instead of Brown sugar should it be powdered or leave it grainy? Please suggest.

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  33. You can use normal sugar instead brown sugar nothing will happen

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