The recipe I am sharing today is a Family FAVORITE. All families have certain dishes they love to cook and eat. Mine goes gaga for these baby Chicken Breads! Put 12 dozen in front of them and they’ll still demand more. I am sure you will face the same situation with your siblings, cousins, random guests when you try these magical Baby Chicken Bread. (unless they are gluten intolerant. Oops)
I thought, I would share this FAMILY FAVORITE with everyone since so many Friends nd ClassFellows have asked for this recipe. Enjoy!
Baby Chicken Bread
Chicken bread is a classic of Pakistani bakeries and we served it at most of the tea parties as a staple here. This simple yet delicious bread is easy to make and full of flavor.
All you really need is a few basic ingredients: salt, flour, baking soda and yeast etc. The “trick” to achieving a perfect texture is not to over knead the dough and don’t over bake, as this will make it tough & hard, ugh not good! Brush with egg wash. Sprinkle a few sesame seeds. And voila! It’s ready to go in the oven for 25 minutes.
On weekend night, I decided to bake chicken bread from scratch and Just for a twist I made them in baby sizes.
Don’t ask me why I do these things. I’m not quite sure myself.
But you have to admit….they’re pretty darn cute.
So now that my kitchen is covered with Baby Chicken Breads, what should I do with them?
Of course, slathering them with hot pepper sauce and taking a big bite doesn’t count. I already did that. Twice.
This recipe is especially handy because it makes A LOT of Baby Chicken Breads (1-1/2 dozen to be exact). So they are the perfect, fuss-free party food. Easy to make, fun to eat.
Bismillah, Let’s get started!
Check it out the Baby Chicken Bread recipe and printable version below.
- I always make big batches of chicken bread at a go and then wrap them well in foil, then put them in some sort of a cellophane bag and tie it up tight and freeze.
- They can keep up to 4 weeks! When you need one, you just thaw it out overnight in the fridge or keep it out on the counter until it’s thawed out, then unwrap and then splash a little bit of water using your fingertips on it and put it in the oven for about 5 minutes to freshen it back up. Becomes as good as new!
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