I made this buns yesterday..though it is Autumn here but it started snowing..and it is very cold ,of course it is my first winter here.So i thought of having a hot cup of coffee with bun.I don't prefer buying buns from the shops.So then i thought of making these homemade buns which came really soft and tasted yummy with a cup of coffee.
White caster sugar-½tsp
Olive oil-1tbsp (some for greasing)
Bread flour,yeast,salt and sugar in a bowl
Kneading to from a smooth dough
Placed on greased a baking tray.
Placed in preheated oven at 210ºC Fan/ 230ºC/Gas 8 for around 10 minutes
Put the flour, salt, sugar and yeast together in a bowl and mix them together.
Add water and olive oil to the flour and knead them well to form a smooth dough.
If it gets sticky then sprinkle a little flour.Then put the dough back in the bowl and cover with a tea towel. Put it in a warm place for about 45 Min's–1 hour so that the yeast works its magic and the dough grows.
Tear the dough into chunks and roll it into six small balls. Then, using a pastry brush with a little oil, grease a baking tray.
Place the balls onto a baking tray and then put them in a pre-heated oven at 210ºC Fan/ 230ºC/Gas 8 for around 10 minutes, or until they have risen and are browned on top. When the buns has cooled down, you can have it with Tea or coffee !
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Nice looking buns,perfect with a cup of tea on a cold weather.
Thanks for the entry. I loved the step by step pictures.
perfect looking buns
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lovely looking buns dear... lovely colour too..
Buns look amazingly tasty & well baked. Congrats.
Home made buns are always delicious. Looks perfect.
Buns luks very nice,homemade always best...
Wow..they came out perfect dear..great pictorials too!
Looks very good Pavani, great job!
buns look too good,..
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Home made buns are always yum. Nice tutorial.
I have never tried buns at home .Looks perfect
hi pavani ,
home made is always best then store bought ...those buns looks so perfect n soft ...one doubt the temp u mention is 210 F or 410 F ...sorry i am confused ..plez don't mind
the buns looking good...Appreciate ur work....I have recently started breads and buns.....
So good to have a recipe.
@ sathya dear, i baked at 210F and thx for ur lovely comments..
Thank u guys for all ur lovely comments n ur support ..
Is it snowing? Gosh the winter should be horrible! Lovely baking idea in cold winter days! Love the buns and tea!