3 cups all purpose flour
2 ½ cups coconut milk or dairy milk
1 tablespoon yeast
Salt to taste
½ cup sesame seeds
2 tablespoons butter or oil
Sticky pan and a barbecue grill
Mix flour and butter with fingertips, then add yeast and continue mixing. Lastly add coconut milk and mix thoroughly until the dough becomes smooth and no visible lumps. (The dough is normally very
loose and sticky)
Cover the dough and wait for it to rise
Mix considerable amount of salt in a cup of water in a bowl, we will use it for cooking the bread
Once risen, heat the sticky pan on the barbecue grill. Dip your fingers in the salty water and sprinkle on the pan, it should dry up immediately and leave whitish stain on the pan
Dip your hand again in salty water and scoop a handful of dough, place it on the pan and evenly spread it on the pan using fingertips. (dip your fingertips in the salty water every time your fingers becomes too sticky) and continue spreading the dough in a circular motion to about an cm thick round bread. It is normal to have dimples and depression on the bread). Sprinkle sesame seeds on top.
When the under side starts getting cooked and solid turn the pan upside down and wait few seconds for the bread to become golden brown
Remove bread using a knife, should easily come out, if not, the below side is not properly cooked
Place the bread on a plate and continue cooking the rest of the dough
Serve sesame bread with barbecue meats (mishkaki) or any sauce you like
Sesame Pan Bread
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