Wednesday, September 7, 2011

ONION BIALYS


This is totally unknown to me until I saw them on the net. Originated from Poland, this bialys  uses less ingredients compared with other rolls and no added fat. It is similar to bagel but without the hole and not boiled.

They are soft and had chewy crust. Though my onion turned extra brown but they remained delicious and sweet, came  from the fried onion. At the time of baking, nice aroma filled the entire kitchen.. It is best eaten right after it has been baked.

ONION BIALYS
Adapted and modified from The Bread Bible
Yield     :      6 bialys

2  C  high gluten bread flour
1/2 tsp instant yeast
1 tsp salt
3/4  C plus 2 TB warm water

ONION FILLING
2 and 1/4 tsp oil
6 TB  chopped onion
1/4  tsp salt
black pepper to taste

METHOD

Mix together flour, instant yeast and salt. Gradually add the water and forms into a dough.

Knead the dough by hand for 10 minutes and place it onto greased and covered bowl.

Let rise for 1 1/2-2 hours until doubled. Punch the dough down, let sit for another 45 minutes.

Prepare the filling by heating the oil, saute the onion until translucent. Remove,  add salt and black pepper. Cool.

Punch the dough down, divide into 6 balls. Shape each ball into 2 1/2 in-4 in  round and make a deep indentation in the center leaving 1 in rim.  Spoon the filling in the center..

Let sit for 15 minutes. Preheat oven @ 180 C.

Bake the bialys for 15-20 minutes until golden brown. Cool on rack.

Serve warm.

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36 comments:

Chandrani Banerjee said...

Onion bialys looks yummy...

Paaka Shaale said...

This is such a new recipe to me. Loved the dish. Thanks for sharing :)

deepti said...

interesting recipe

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Priya said...

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Santosh Bangar said...

new recipe but looking yum

Priti said...

wow this is so interesting ...loved it ...looks nice

Roshna Feroz said...

yummy variety recipe

RAKS KITCHEN said...

That looks so cute and very cute to see,nice recipe!

jeyashrisuresh said...

quite a new and interesting one.nicely done

Suja said...

This is new to me ..looks awesome

Zareena said...

Wow!!! looks very inviting. Never tried this before. It seems to be very easy too.

aipi said...

Very new for me too and it looks yum, something I want to try :)
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Prathima Shivraj said...

Very innovative cum yummy recipe, nice clicks too..

soujanya said...

looks yumm!!!
very interesting....

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Interesting recipe...looks cute and yum..

Rosita Vargas said...

Exquisita receta me encantan las rosquillas,looks absolutely tempting,hugs.

Tina said...

I actually prefer these over bagels because of the onion filling, but I have never got up the nerve to make them! Now that I have seen this recipe, they look fairly easy to make. Great pictures-thanks for sharing.

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ente pachakasala said...

this looks different n yummy too

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Ooh, this sounds so good!

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Nitha said...

looks yummy.. and perfect too

Christine's Pantry said...

Interesting recipe.

Viviane Bauquet Farre said...

What an interesting variation on the traditional bialy. The golden blonde crust is a wonderful foil to the deep brown of the filling. I quite enjoyed reading this recipe!

Shirley said...

Am totally new to this one. But definitely interesting.

Joanne said...

I love bialys and with the onion on top - extra delicious!

arthi said...

yummy!!!very tempting..

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Gloria said...

These look delicious! Love onions, gloria

Ammu's said...

New to your place... This recipe is very interesting..

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kankana said...

This looks nice and delicious. thanks for sharing this with me .. am gonna try this.

Deliah's Deli said...

menarik ni..blh cuba buat. :)

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

wow very nice and tempting recipe,luks delicious...

Shaheen said...

These are totally new to me and look very nice.

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