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Discussion in 'Hobbies' started by N F C, Aug 30, 2014.
I eat. Therefore I am...
Thanks Ron, guess we'll find out soon. The 1st rise is done, gotta go shape them and let them rise again. I'll give a full report this afternoon.
You kill me!
The hamburger buns were a hit! This one is a keeper.
Off to make lunch now...Seeded Buns with Blue Cheese Chicken Salad. It's after 2pm and I'm starving
They look Great!
Did you post a recipe?
Wow. you do a good job!
I am getting a care package together for the boy and I am going to make bar cookies because they will pack/ship well. Any other ideas?
I bought m&m's for the cookies... but something happened to them.
Seeded Hamburger Buns
3/4 to 1 Cup warm water (use 3/4 if it's humid, 1 C if air is dry)
2 Tab softened butter
2 eggs (separate 1 of the eggs, the yolk goes in the dough and the white is used for the topping)
3 1/2 Cups AP flour
1/4 Cup sugar
1 1/4 tsp salt
1 Tab yeast
Sesame or other type of seed
1. Mix all ingredients together and knead 7-10 minutes to make a soft, smooth, slightly sticky dough
2. Lightly grease bowl, put the dough in and cover.
3. Let rise until doubled (approx. 1-2 hours)
4. Divide into 8 pieces. Shape into balls, place on parchment paper covered baking sheet. Gently flatten the balls with the palm of your hand to about 3" across.
5. Cover and let rise about 1 hour, until noticeably puffy
6. Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees while the buns are rising
7. Mix egg white with 2 Tab water. Brush bun tops with mixture and sprinkle with seeds.
8. Bake 15-18 minutes
You can make these bigger or smaller if you want. I weighed the dough, then divided total weight by 8 to get them all the same size, it makes a nice burger size. Slidders might be fun too.