Gluten Free Beetroot Buns

Gluten free eggless beetroot buns.
Soft, healthy and delicious buns. Kids will enjoy the taste and colour. Perfect for tiffin or breakfast. Or just spread cheese spread, sprinkle little herbs of your choice and enjoy as a snack.
For breakfast make half and toast with butter on a skillet or pan. Make sandwich with finely pizza sauce or spread, chopped onions, Bell pepper, capsicum, grated carrot and cheese. And enjoy the happy face of your kiddos. Add vegetables of your choice. Or simply sprinkle grated cheese, oregano or any herb and chill flakes and enjoy.

We are celebrating 200 #Foodiemonday bloghop. And still missing our old members Jolly, Krithika, Waagmi and Alka.
All are old members of this group now left for different reasons. All these members and Pushpita helps me a lot on those days when I started my blog. On this #200 bloghop post I would like thanks all of you friends.

This week we are following Robin Round method. We members are cooking from each other blog alphabetically. I have adopted this recipe from the blog of Swaty Malik. Visit her blog Foodtrails for many innovative and authentic recipes.

You may like some more beetroot recipes on this blog.
1. Beetroot dip

2. Beetroot green with green peas and corn

3. Dairy free beetroot smoothie with fruits

4. Beetroot dal or lentil curry

5. Beetroot shot

6. Dairy free sugar free beetroot smoothie

7. Beetroot rice or pulao and raita

6. Black rice oats and beetroot pancake

7. Beetroot appe

8. Beetroot cutlets

9. Vegan fruit and veggie smoothie

I have made it gluten free but you can make it with whole wheat flour or refined flour or maida if you want. You can add any herbs of your choice. Add more garlic powder or minced garlic if you like the garlicky flavour.

Recipe

Soyabean flour – 1/2 cup

Rice flour – 1/4 cup

Tapioca flour – 1/4 cup

Milk powder – 2 tablespoon

Yeast – 1 & 1/2 teaspoon

Milk or water – 1/4 cup

Sugar – 1 teaspoon

Salt – 1/2 teaspoon

Beetroot – 1, boiled

Oil – 2 tablespoon

Oregano – 2 teaspoon

Dried rosemary – 1/2 teaspoon

Garlic powder – 1/2 teaspoon, optional

Beetroot – 1, boiled

Sesame seeds to sprinkle

Method

1. Grease a baking pan dust with little flour.

2. Preheat the oven at 200°.

3. Mix sugar and yeast in 1/4 cup warm milk or water. Milk or water should be warm not hot. Stir well and cover. Keep in a warm place for 15 minutes.

4. Peel chop and blend the beetroot into smooth puree.

5. Mix together Soyabean flour, rice flour, Tapioca flour, milk powder, salt, oregano, rosemary and garlic powder. You can add more garlic if like the taste and flavour.

6. Add sugar and yeast mixed milk, oil and beetroot puree in the flour.

7. Mix and knead the dough. Add little milk or water if require.

8. Once the dough gets together, cover and keep aside for 5 minutes.

9. After 5 minutes transfer the dough to your work surface and knead to make smooth.

10. Transfer the dough in a well-greased bowl or container and cover with a cling film, and keep aside for 1 hour. Proofing depends on weather. If the weather is cold then it may take 30 – 40 minutes more to proof.

11. Once proofed or dough doubles in size, transfer to work surface, punch down the dough. And knead for 2 minutes.

12. Divide the dough into 4-5 equal parts. Make smooth slider ball and arrange on greased and flour dusted baking pan.

13. Sprinkle sesame seeds. Keep aside for 20 minutes for second proofing.

14. Once the dough balls rise and proofed bake in the preheated oven at 200° for 15 minutes.

15. Once done, take out the buns from oven and cool on wire rack.

16. Serve with, butter or any sauce or make burgers with these healthy, delicious and gluten free buns. Or make half and toast on a pan. Spread some pizza spread on one half. Sprinkle grated cheese, finely chopped onions, Bell pepper, capsicum, tomato and chilli flakes etc. Cover with other half of the bun. Serve in breakfast or pack for tiffin.
These buns will stay fresh for 4 – 5 days and can be refrigerate for few weeks.

Notes

1. You can use refined flour or whole wheat flour or any flour of your choice instead of these gluten free flour.
2. Any herbs can be used.
3. Vegan people can use water or almond, coconut, soya or any dairy free milk.

4. Any seeds can be used to sprinkle instead of sesame seeds.

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Batter Up With Sujata

I am Sujata Roy. A homemaker, a doting mother to two beautiful grown up children, a blogger, a passionate cook and lastly a foodie. Experimenting in the kitchen is what I love and enjoy doing the most. Specially experimenting with vegetarian dishes and egg-less cakes and cookies is what interests me more. My loved ones are fond of vegetarian cuisines, so I have them in my mind whenever I dish out a new recipe. However, I do not limit my experimental cooking to vegetarian recipes only, non-vegetarian recipe ideas are also dished out. Thank you for visiting my blog. Happy Cooking!

17 thoughts on “Gluten Free Beetroot Buns”

  1. Thanks for trying out the recipe and giving it a more healthy twist.. loved the color and the texture.. mix of gluten free flour temptsme to try your version now!! These looks so pretty😀!!

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  2. I love the different combination of flours used here to make it gluten free. Plus addition of beetroot to this makes it more healthy and the colour is an added bonus.

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  3. I was wondering how you can make bread gluten free. I love the use of different flours the buns certainly are soft and yummy. You definitely have a lot of beetroot recipes. Must check them all out.

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  4. Sujata, awesome bake especially since its gluten free. I’ve yet to try baking a gluten free bread. Was wondering if these make the texture a bit soft or just like normal bread. As much as we miss old members, we’ve definitely learnt a lot from the new too.

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