Thursday, September 22, 2011

Sweet Buns



I made the soft rolls and the bread sardine rolls. But I didn't make the egg tarts and these sweet buns??  Recipe courtesy of my friend who prefer to remain anonymous. I'll just thank her and here's the recipe. 

 (A)
480g Bread Flour
120g Plain Flour
110g Sugar
10g Salt
20g Milk Powder
4 tsps Instant Yeast


(B)
1 Egg
300ml Cold Water

(C)
60g Butter  
Mix (A) till well blended.  
Add (B) and knead to form a dough.  
Add (C), continue to knead to form a smooth and elastic dough. 
Use a finger to poke a hole. If the hole is a circle, not an irregular tear-off. 
That means you have successfully kneaded the dough to a perfect stage. Yet, don’t over-knead the dough. 
Otherwise all the tissues inside would be broken apart.
Cover dough with clean film.
Let it prove for 50-60 minutes, or till it doubles its size.
Use finger is pressed into the dough. It should show a clear finger tip mark but the dough should not sink.
Now its ready to use making bread and bun.
Divide the basic sweet bun dough into 60g pieces and shape them into balls.
Leave them to rest for 10 minutes, then flatten lightly with the palm of your hand and put some filing (any type your prefer) in the middle of the dough. 
Fold and shape them.
Place them in a greased baking tray and leave them to prove for 45 minutes or till twice their size. Brush with egg wash  and bake at 190C for 12-15 mins in the middle section of the oven. 


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17 comments:

  1. These look fantastic..... I love sweet buns. Do you happen to have a recipe for a traditional Honk Kong Cream Bun that has coconut sprinkled around the outside. I've been looking as they are my mom's favorite. :)

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  2. thanks everyone for the comments.
    SV- this is a guest post and I am not that great in baking. Sorry am unable to assist you on the recipe but am sure you can use this recipe as a base and modify any which way for your liking.

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  3. These sweet buns looks absolutely delicious!

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  4. Delicious! Give your friend my sincere thanks - she did a GREAT job!

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  5. i just discovered the joy of store bought puff pastry ^^

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  6. Oh, my, these look delectable! And beautiful, too. Thanks to your friend for sharing~

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  7. Its nice to have a friend who contributes recipes on days I am sure busy with other things to do.

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  8. one of my wishlist: OVEN for baking and a whole lot more...

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  9. This is one thing I miss in Malaysia, its pastries/baked goods, loved the different type of breads. Do you have a recipe of roti boy :)

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  10. Hi Raymund, sorry I don't have a recipe of roti boy.

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  11. These buns look incredibly delicious. I love all the creative shapes and how delicately browned they are.

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  12. Wow, u're a baker too! Looks like u can open up a bakery soon :)

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  13. Cute buns.. Looks fantastic:)

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  14. Oh.... they look so so delicious... Super

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