Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Mini Burger Buns Basket

1.      2.5 (2 +1/2 ) cup bread flour + 1/4 cup flour for dusting
2.      2 teaspoon active dry instant yeast
3.      2 tablespoon oil or melted butter + 1 tablespoon for brushing
4.      1 and 1/2 tablespoon sugar
5.      1/2 cup lukewarm milk
6.      1/2 cup lukewarm water
7.      1/2 teaspoon salt
8.      1/4 lukewarm water if required
9.      2 tablespoon sesame seeds

    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 15 to 16 portions and spread each portion out in a round shape.
    10.   Put all rounds in rectangle greased pan. ( u need 2 pans).
    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.   Brush the top with melted butter and sprinkle the sesame seeds and cover the top of buns.
    14.   Bake in a preheated oven at 200º C for 20 to minutes.
    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.


    Anonymous said...

    Woww.. they look sweet and am sure taste awesome too. Have to try this out :)

    Peggy said...

    Oh those burger buns look awesome!

    Christine's Pantry said...

    Burger buns look wonderful.


    Manu said...

    These look perfect and so cute! Great job Daksha!!!

    Nami @ Just One Cookbook said...

    Oh I wish I can make homemade buns like you! These look so cute and delicious - irresistible! It'll be so cute making sliders with these buns!

    Torviewtoronto said...

    delicious looking soft buns I love making buns at home

    Lilla said...

    These buns are so beautiful :)

    cakewhiz said...

    ever since i have learnt how to make home made breads which was very recently... i am obsessed! i feel that home made breads and buns taste so much better and fresher than the store bought stuff!

    yours look so cute and round! i like the addition of sesame seeds.

    Deeksha said...

    Buns look perfect and cute! Bookmarked!

    Lipsy said...

    looks awesome...loved your recipes

    Sandra said...

    I admire bakers that work well with yeast. I'm not there yet but working on it!

    Mama's Gotta Bake said...

    This is a recipe I will definitely hold onto. I love to make sliders, but you can never find decent, good-tasting small sized rolls in the market. Thanks for posting.

    Raksha's Kitchen said...

    Hi Daksha, I am Raksha ;)

    Loved your blog, specially the baking.

    Following you.

    kankana said...

    Perfectly baked. I would love that with some butter and soup. Or may be some jam or cheese :)

    Apple @Polkadotsandchopsticks said...

    Those buns look so fluffy and perfect. Fresh baked bread is the best :)

    Daksha said...

    Thank u so much everyone:) for ur lovely feedback much appreciated "mini burger basket" recipe.

    briarrose said...

    Beautiful rolls and I bet they taste amazing.

    Tiffany said...

    These buns look great... and love the sesame seeds!

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