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Had not been keep too well since the past couple of days, and was so fed up lying in bed. Decided to try out something new just to keep me occupied and kill the boredom. These bread cones had been on my mind ever since I read about it on the  this website (  The website started from right from making the dough, I had some ready bread flour where all I needed to do was add water and follow instructions. Turned out almost perfect!

This is what you’ll need

Bread flour: 500gms

Luke warm water: 320ml

( I followed instructions on the pack)

Horn tubes: 6

Filling: Any filling of your choice. ( I used the same filling as in my mixed vegetable sandwich

Topping: Seasame seeds or poppy seeds

Olive oil: 2tsp (for brushing the bread)

Let’s get cooking

1. Prepare the bread as per instructions. After keeping for 5 minutes cut into 9 equal portions.

2. Grease the horn tubes and keep ready.

3. Take each small dough portion and roll it into 30″long ropes.

4. Roll each rope around the greased horn tubes. Cover with cling film and keep the dough to rise for around 30- 40 minutes.

5. Brush with olive oil, top with sesame or poppy seeds and bake in a preaheated oven at 250deg C for around 20 minutes.

6. When nicely brown on top, remove from oven, cool and stuff with a filling of your choice.


7. Serve as a teatime snack.

Approximate preparation and cooking time: 1hr 10 minutes (including keeping time for dough to rise)

Serves: 6

* Note: Since i ran short of flute horns, I used 3 ropes of the dough to make some plaited bread.




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