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Friday, December 14, 2007

Yummilicious Bun


CHEESE AND ONION BUNS BUN
Source : Jun's Blog

*184g bread flour
* 46g cake flour
3g instant dried yis
12g sugar
4g salt
23g honey
18g egg yolk (1 egg yolk)
35g butter (I used margarine)
138ml fresh milk ~ lukewarm

Note :
* I used multi purpose flour

TOPPING
Source : Mama

Margarine
Bombay Onion ~ diced
Spring onions ~ chopped
Mozarella cheese ~ to sprinkle
1. Cream the margarine.
2. Add onion and spring onion. Mix well.

Method :

1. Place flour, instant yeast, sugar, salt honey and egg yolk in a mixing bowl. 2. Turn on the mixer and pour the lukewarm milk a bit at a time till just incorporate.
3. Add in the butter and continue kneading.
4. Pour more milk if necessary and continue kneading till a soft and smooth dough is formed.
5. Make the dough into a round ball and place it in a bowl sprinkled with a bit of flour. Wrap the bowl with a clean plastic bag and let the dough prove till double the size.
6. Punch down the dough and divide into a 50g balls each. Arrange on the baking tray. Make a slit on top using a sharp knife. Wrap the tray with plastic bag and let the dough rise again.
7. Put the topping and sprinkle with mozarella cheese.
8. Bake in a preheated oven till golden brown. I used the small oven, so I set the temperature at 175 C for 25 minutes on middle rack.

8 comments:

  1. amboi mama..mengancam sungguh ar..topping tu! hehehe...nnti leh wat cam mama lak! pastu kita buka bakery same2 yer...

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  2. wah jun dah buka pembuka kata tu mamafami.. kakmOn ikut skodeng, bley??

    psssttt mama pinjam muscle popeye tu, teruja kakmOn nak terai bun mama yg satu ini.. gebusgitu

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  3. aduh la mamafami, tension2 he he...nak tanya you pakai paddle ker hook nak uli roti nih? raya aji nih pun rasanyer tak leh guna lagi dapur tuh....tgh paint and yg paint tu pun old chinese men...mmg neat kerja dia tapi slow betul hu hu hu

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  4. mamafamiiiiiiiiiiiiiii....mengancam betui bun nih...baru tadi amik resipi cheese bun kat fp...tup tup nampak resipi ni plak...adoiiiiiiii ku tergoda....

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  5. Hi,
    m new to ur blog and absolutely loved it....I love the croissant and the way u made...loved the step by step pics....was thinking of making it,but dint know it involved so many steps:)ur breads are fantastic.

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  6. Jun :) :
    Bukak bakery? Gamaknya, hari hari terbontang tidor, kepenatan! Hehehe...

    Nina Suria :
    Yok Kak Mon, join venture... tapi Kak Mon handle cawangan Brunei ok... muahaha... besarnya angan-angan!

    zaitgha :
    My mixer kena guna double hook. Tak apalah kerja dia slow as long as neat and satisfactory!

    zanaz :
    Akan ku terus menggoda diri mu.... hihihi...

    Shabs :
    Hi there. Croissant is quite a job to prepare but the end result is worth all the effort! Thanks for dropping by...

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  7. Kak, kalau buat roti pakai tepung gandum, roti akan mengeras tak dalam 2 hari? kami di Saudi setakat ni belum jumpa tepung roti, pelembut doh di pasaran .tq

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  8. nurul :

    Akak kalau buat apa pun, biasanya guna tepung gandum je sebab tak kuasa nak beli banyak jenis tepung. Kalau roti yang telah dibuat tu disimpan elok dalam bekas kedap udara, insyaAllah taklah keras sangat roti tu....

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