Monday, May 2, 2011

Home Made Buns

1.       2.5 (2  and 1/2 ) cup bread  flour
2.      2 teaspoon active instant dry yeast
3.      2  tablespoon oil or melted butter
4.      2 teaspoon sugar
5.      1/2 cup lukewarm milk (vegan choice soya milk)
6.      1/2 cup lukewarm water
7.      1/2 teaspoon salt
8.      1/4 lukewarm water as needed
1.      Mix the water, milk and sugar in large bowl.
2.      Sprinkle the yeast in top of the milk mixture cover and keep a side for ten minutes.
3.      Take one another large bowl and add the flour and Oil and mix well.
4.      After ten minutes to bring all together.
5.      Take the dough out on lightly floured surface and knead for 6 to 8 minute, if you needed add little water (make smooth dough).
6.      Let the dough rest for 2 hours in an oiled bowl, cover with kitchen towel to prevent from dough skin.
7.      After 2 hour it will have been double in size.
8.      Take out air from the dough by patting with the help of hand.
9.      Divide the dough 8 portions and spread each portion out in a round shape.
10.  Put all rounds in rectangle or round greased pan.
11.  Cover the pan with kitchen towel and leave them to rise for another 1 hour.
12.  After 1 hour again double in size.
13.  Bake in a preheated oven at 200º C. For 20 to 22 minutes.
14.  Brush the top with melted butter.
15.  Let it cool down completely.
* Kneading the dough is a necessary step in the bread(buns) making process.

* Usually a dough goes through two rising periods, the first after mixing and the second after shaping.

* When the loaf starts its second rise after shaping, it is a good time to PREHEAT the OVEN about before 15 minutes.



The Mom Chef said...

Your buns are absolutely perfect. I'd love to have one with the butter slowly melting in between its layers and steam still rising from it!

Torviewtoronto said...

deliciously done looks wonderful soft

Jescel said...

Those buns look so good. Hmmmnnn... I'm imagining the butter melting on to it while it is still warm. Will bookmark your recipe. Thanks for sharing.

deepthi said...

Yummy...i luv bread,,,,thnq for nice recipe :)

Kelly said...

Mmm these look fantastic! :)

kankana said...

You made baking bread sound so easy :) Looks very neatly done!

Nami @ Just One Cookbook said...

Wow, so soft and fluffy! I love this kind of homemade buns! And all of them are just perfect shape! Nice!!

Manu said...

They look so professional! Great job Daksha! :-)

Victor said...

Looks so fluffy! I would probably fill up with some jellies inside too.

Laurie Alves said...

as soon as I saw the pic, I needed butter... YUM!

Tiffany said...

I'm afraid of yeast!!!!! These buns look absolutely perfect... perhaps I should build up my courage!

Daksha said...

Hi! to all blogger friends, Thank you so much for stopping at my space, appreciating the home made buns.

Daksha said...

@ kankana, yep it's very easy if u follow step by step method:)).

aipi said...

Homemade is always the best and the smell of fresh baked bread is just divine :)
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Ally Lynn said...
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Ally Lynn said...

These look so supple and delicious, I can't wait to give them a try!

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