My sister's been on a curry kick lately, so this past weekend we tried to make curry pan (bread). We used this youtube video for the recipe.
First, aromatics. Onions, garlic, ginger.
Now onward to the pan! Penga-Sis cut some crust off the Asian-style bread we got from Ranch 99. It's called "family toast", and it's fluffy and fat and a little sweet. (Delicious with some peanut butter or honey for breakfast, mmm.) It's called family toast because when your family comes over they eat all of it. That's my theory anyway.
Dipping the whole sandwich in egg like french toast,
A short 15 minute bake and the curry pan is ready!
It was pretty good, though not as tasty as it's artery-clogging cousin, the fried curry pan. The slightly sweet toast was a little strange with the curry - not bad, but different. All in all, there were so many extra steps to make the pan (though admittedly less than making actual bread from scratch), that I'd just make the filling with rice and keep it simple next time.
Have you had curry pan before? I have half a bag of panko left to use. Have any good recipes involving panko?