Kubaneh

KUBANEH (YEMENI PULL-APART ROLLS)



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The Jewish-Yemeni bread kubaneh was traditionally cooked in the residual heat of the hearth on Friday night, low and slow, ready to be eaten on Shabbat morning. At his restaurant, Nur, the chef Meir Adoni adapted a recipe that requires less than 30 minutes. You'll need a stand mixer to aggressively knead the basic yeasted dough, but afterward the fun of this bread is shaping it by hand, one bun at a time. With generously buttered hands, spread each piece of dough into a big, sheer sheet, then roll it up like a log and swirl it into a bun. Don't worry about a few rips and creases here and there in the dough as you spread it. Keep laminating, creating fine layers of fat as you roll and swirl, and those will give the baked kubaneh additional volume, texture and a rich, buttery flavor that make it one of the world's great breads.

Recipe From cooking.nytimes.com

Provided by Tejal Rao

Categories     breads

Time 1h

Yield 4 to 6 servings

Number Of Ingredients: 11

2 tablespoons (30 grams) soft butter, plus 1/2 pound (226 grams) soft butter for greasing pan and shaping buns
1 cup (225 grams) water, room temperature
3 tablespoons (45 grams) fresh yeast, or 1 tablespoon (15 grams) instant yeast
3 1/3 cups (450 grams) all-purpose flour
1/2 cup (90 grams) sugar
1 tablespoon (15 grams) kosher salt
2 eggs
2 tablespoons nigella seeds (optional)
1 ripe tomato, coarsely grated
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
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Calories435
UnsaturatedFat5 grams
Carbohydrate76 grams
Fat9 grams
Fiber4 grams
Protein13 grams
SaturatedFat4 grams
Sodium412 milligrams
Sugar16 grams
TransFat0 grams

Steps:

  • Prepare a 9-inch springform cake pan by buttering it and placing it on a sheet tray. In a stand mixer fitted with the hook attachment, mix water, yeast, flour, sugar, salt and 1 egg (reserve the other egg for egg wash) on low speed. Once they're combined, turn up to medium-high, and knead for 10 minutes. With the machine running, add the 2 tablespoons of butter a bit at a time, waiting until it's fully incorporated before adding more. Continue to knead until the dough balls together and becomes very elastic, or 5 more minutes. Remove the hook, cover the bowl loosely with plastic wrap and rest for 20 minutes.
  • Use lightly floured hands to turn dough out onto a lightly floured cutting board. Cut in half, and again, and again, until you have 16 even-size pieces. Cover with plastic wrap, and set aside. Spread 2 tablespoons of soft butter across your work surface, and place a piece of dough in the center. Cover the palms of your hands with another tablespoon of soft butter, and without lifting the dough off the counter, use your fingers and palms to flatten and smear the dough out, until it is smooth and thin and sheer in places, or approximately 12 inches in diameter. The exact shape doesn't matter much, and neither do some small rips here and there in the dough. Sprinkle some nigella seeds over the dough, then roll the dough into a long, skinny log: starting from the end farthest away from you, push the dough toward you with 8 fingertips until it gathers up into a thick enough piece to begin rolling it, then roll it all the way toward you. Wind the log up into a snail shape, and place it in the center of the prepared pan.
  • Repeat the process for the remaining 15 pieces, buttering your work surface and hands each time as needed, and continue arranging the finished buns loosely around the first. Cover the pan with a towel or plastic wrap, and allow to rise in a warm spot for 1 hour, or until the buns have almost doubled in size.
  • Preheat the oven to 350. Whisk remaining egg with a tablespoon of water, then gently brush the egg on top of the buns. Bake for 30 minutes, or until the top is golden brown and the buns at the center are as puffed asthe buns on the edges. In the meantime, grate the tomato, then season it with olive oil and salt. Allow the kubaneh to cool for a few minutes, then serve with the tomato on the side.


KUBANEH



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Make and share this Kubaneh recipe from Food.com.

Recipe From food.com

Provided by Coasty

Categories     Yeast Breads

Time 11h30m

Yield 8 serving(s)

Number Of Ingredients: 9

7 g active dry yeast
1/3 cup water, lukewarm
3 tablespoons sugar
3 tablespoons honey
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
180 g butter, cut in pieces
3/4 cup water, very hot
3 cups all-purpose flour
8 eggs, in their shells (optional)

Steps:

  • Sprinkle yeast over lukewarm water and add 1 teaspoon sugar. Leave for 10 minutes until yeast is foamy.
  • In a mixing bowl, combine remaining sugar, honey, salt, half the butter and hot water. Stir until sugar and margarine are completely dissolved.
  • Stir in yeast mixture. Add flour and mix with a wooden spoon until dough becomes difficult to stir. Knead in remaining flour with your hands.
  • Knead dough vigorously on a lightly floured work surface, adding flour by tablespoons if necessary, until dough is very smooth but still soft, about 10 minutes.
  • Put dough in a clean, oiled bowl, cover with a damp cloth and let rise in a warm place for 1 hour or until nearly doubled in volume.
  • Punch down dough, knead it briefly in bowl, cover and let rise again in a warm place for about 1 hour; or refrigerate for 3 to 4 hours.
  • Let remaining butter stand at room temperature until very soft.
  • Generously grease a deep 2-liter (8 x 8 x 2) baking dish.
  • Preheat oven to 110 C .
  • Divide dough in 8 pieces. With a lightly oiled rolling pin, roll out one piece on a lightly oiled surface to a rectangle about 3 mm thick. Spread with about 2 teaspoons of soft butter. Roll up like a jelly roll. Flatten resulting roll by tapping it with your knuckles. Spread it with about 1 teaspoon butter. Then roll it up into a spiral and place it in baking dish so that spiral design faces up. Continue with remaining pieces of dough, placing them one next to the other and touching each other in dish. If any butter remains, put it in small pieces on top.
  • Wash the eggs and add to baking dish. Cover dough with greased paper or foil placed on surface of dough, then with a tight lid.
  • Bake 3 hours or until golden brown. Remove eggs. Turn bread out onto a plate, then onto another plate and back into baking dish, so it is now upside down. Return eggs to baking dish. Cover dough as before.
  • Reduce oven temperature to 80 to 85 (200 F) and bake overnight. Serve warm.


KUBANEH (YEMENITE JEWISH BREAD)



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Kubaneh is an amazing Jewish Yemeni pull-apart bread consisting of multilayered rolls laminated with butter and nigella seeds. Both the yeast and sourdough versions are delicious and can be enjoyed at any meal and paired with sweet or savory foods. Traditionally, the bread is baked for Sabbath (Saturday) morning and served with boiled eggs, grated fresh tomatoes, and spicy zhoug sauce.

Recipe From breadtopia.com

Provided by Melissa Johnson

Categories     Recipes

Time 1h30m

Yield 12

Number Of Ingredients: 34

Yeast Version
450g bread flour (scant 3 1/2 cups)
40g sugar (3 Tbsp)
9g instant yeast (1 Tbsp)
8g salt (1 1/2 tsp)
225g water (scant 1 cup)
1 egg and 1 egg white (reserve the yolk for the egg wash)
To pour over the dough after mixing
1 Tbsp of oil
To laminate into the dough after the first rise
57g softened unsalted butter (4 Tbsp)
2 Tbsp of nigella seeds
To brush on the dough before baking
1 egg yolk beaten with 1 Tbsp water
Sourdough Version
Sweet Stiff Starter
100g bread flour (3/4 cup)
60g sourdough starter (1/4 cup)
50g water (3 Tbsp)
30g sugar (2 Tbsp)
Final Dough
400g bread flour (3 cups)
25g sugar (2 Tbsp)
8g salt (1 1/2 tsp)
240g sweet stiff starter (from above)
225g water (scant 1 cup)
1 egg and 1 egg white (reserve the yolk for the egg wash)
To pour over the dough after mixing
1 Tbsp of oil
To laminate into the dough after the first rise
57g unsalted butter (4 Tbsp)
2 Tbsp of nigella seeds
To brush on the dough before baking
1 egg yolk beaten with 1 Tbsp water

Steps:

  • Sourdough Prep
  • If you're doing the sourdough version, make the sweet stiff starter the night before you plan to bake. After mixing the ingredients, knead the starter dough a bit on your counter to fully incorporate the ingredients, then place the blob in a jar, press it down with your knuckles and cover loosely. The starter should double (or more) in 8-12 hours, and you can proceed with the rest of the instructions.
  • Mixing
  • Pull 57g/half stick of butter from the refrigerator, unwrap it, and place it on a small plate to soften. Fold the wrapper in half and save it to grease your springform pan and countertop. Reminder: The butter doesn't go into the dough during mixing.
  • Whisk the dry ingredients in a large bowl: flour, sugar, (yeast), and salt.
  • Add the water, whole egg, egg white, (and sourdough starter broken into pieces). Mix thoroughly until the dough is smooth.
  • Pour 1 tablespoon of oil on top of the dough, cover, and let the dough rise until it has more than doubled. In a warm summer kitchen, this took 1 hour for the yeast version and 4.5 hours for the sourdough version.
  • Shaping and Final Proof
  • Smudge a bit of the softened butter onto your saved butter wrapper and grease a 9-inch springform pan. Use this wrapper to lightly grease your countertop too.
  • Scrape the dough out of the bowl and de-gas it by pressing your palms into it.
  • Divide the dough in 12-18 pieces. See the photo galleries for different outcomes with fewer large pieces (yeast) versus more smaller pieces (sourdough).
  • Working one piece at a time, spread the dough thin with butter-coated fingertips. Don't worry if you tear the dough a bit.
  • Layer more butter on the thin dough, then sprinkle it with nigella seeds. (Have a paper towel nearby to occasionally de-seed your buttery fingers as the seeds will shred the next dough ball.)
  • Fold the dough in thirds, and then roll it from a short side.
  • Place the roll in your pan, working from the center outward. It's okay if the rolls topple over a bit. You can adjust them later, and a little chaos adds to the appeal.
  • When all the rolls are done, cover your pan and let the dough rise until it has more than doubled. This was 1 hour for the yeast version and 2.5 hours for the sourdough version. See the photo gallery for expansion.
  • Baking
  • Preheat your oven to 350F.
  • Beat the egg yolk with a tablespoon of water and brush the top of the dough. Sprinkle with nigella seeds and bake for 30 minutes uncovered.
  • Let the dough cool on a rack for about 20 minutes before you remove the outer ring of the pan. Serve on the base.


KABOB KOOBIDEH (PERSIAN GROUND MEAT KABOBS)



Kabob Koobideh (Persian Ground Meat Kabobs) image

Kabob koobideh is made with ground lamb or beef or a combination of the two. This is one of the most delicious kabob recipes I have ever found. The kabobs are usually grilled over hot coals or any BBQ.

Recipe From allrecipes.com

Provided by Nick Perry

Categories     World Cuisine Recipes     Middle Eastern     Persian

Time 1h25m

Yield 8

Number Of Ingredients: 12

2 onions, peeled
cheesecloth
1 pound ground lamb
1 pound ground beef
1 green onion, diced
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 teaspoon sumac powder
½ teaspoon ground turmeric
2 eggs
8 (10 inch) metal skewers
Calories260.2 calories
Carbohydrate3.5 g
Cholesterol113.7 mg
Fat17.7 g
Fiber0.7 g
Protein20.8 g
SaturatedFat7 g
Sodium494.2 mg
Sugar1.3 g

Steps:

  • Shave onions with a grater into a fine mesh strainer. Gently press pulp into the strainer to remove juices. Place pulp into the center of the cheesecloth and gently press until no further juice drips out.
  • Place lamb and beef in a pot. Add green onion and onion pulp; mix until thoroughly combined. Mix in baking powder, salt, pepper, sumac, and turmeric. Add eggs and mix thoroughly. Cover the pot and place in the refrigerator until flavors have melded, at least 30 minutes.
  • Preheat an outdoor grill for medium heat and lightly oil the grate.
  • Mold meat mixture onto the skewers.
  • Cook on the preheated grill, rotating every minute, until nicely browned on all sides, and meat is no longer pink in the center, about 25 minutes.


SHABBAT BREAKFAST BREAD (KUBANEH)



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This unique Yemenite bread, which is baked all night in a tightly covered dish, is prepared for Sabbath breakfast or brunch. It defies all the usual rules for bread baking--it bakes at a very low temperature rather than at high heat, and it is baked covered, so it steams, rather than uncovered. And it is absolutely delicious. When I prepared this for a cooking class on Jewish breads in California, the students were wild about it. Before baking, you can put a few eggs (in their shells) in the baking dish; they come out brown and are a good accompaniment for the bread. In some families, this bread is served with sugar for sprinkling; in others, it is accompanied by Yemenite Tomato Salsa and Hot Pepper-Garlic Chutney.

Recipe From food.com

Provided by byZula

Categories     Breads

Time 7h

Yield 8 serving(s)

Number Of Ingredients: 9

1 envelope active dry yeast
1/3 cup lukewarm water
6 tablespoons sugar, plus
1 teaspoon sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
5 tablespoons margarine or 5 tablespoons butter, cut into pieces
3/4 cup boiling water
3 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup very soft margarine or 1/2 cup butter, for spreading on dough

Steps:

  • Sprinkle yeast over lukewarm water and add 1 teaspoon sugar.
  • Leave for 10 minutes until yeast is foamy.
  • In a mixing bowl, combine remaining sugar, salt, 5 tablespoons margarine, and boiling water.
  • Stir until sugar and margarine is completely dissolved.
  • Stir in yeast mixture.
  • Add flour and mix with a wooden spoon until dough becomes difficult to stir.
  • Knead in remaining flour.
  • Knead dough vigorously on a lightly floured work surface, adding flour by tablespoons if necessary, until dough is very smooth but still soft, about 10 minutes.
  • Put dough in a clean, oiled bowl, cover with a damp cloth, and let rise in a warm place for 1 hour or until nearly doubled in volume.
  • Punch down dough, knead it briefly in bowl, cover, and let rise again in a warm place for about 1 hour; or refrigerate for 3 to 4 hours.
  • Generously rub a deep 2-quart baking dish with margarine or butter.
  • Divide dough into 8 pieces.
  • With a lightly oiled rolling pin, roll out one piece on a lightly oiled surface to a rectangle about 1/8 inch thick.
  • Spread with about 2 teaspoons of butter or margarine.
  • Roll up like a jelly roll.
  • Flatten resulting roll by tapping it with your knuckles and spread it with about 1 teaspoon butter, then roll up a spiral and place it in baking dish so that spiral design faces up.
  • Continue with remaining pieces of dough, placing them one next to the other and touching each other in dish.
  • If any margarine or butter remains, put it in small pieces on top.
  • Cover with greased paper or foil placed on surface of dough and with a tight lid.
  • Preheat oven to 225 degrees.
  • Bake 3 hours or until golden brown.
  • Turn out onto a plate, then reverse onto another plate and put back into baking dish, so it is now upside down.
  • Cover and bake another hour; or reduce oven temperature to 200 degrees and bake overnight.
  • (Bread can be baked ahead and reheated in its covered baking dish for about 45 minutes in a 225 degree oven.) Serve warm.




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