Wednesday, September 14, 2011

GOLDEN PULL APART BUTTER BUN


                                                                    Before baking


                                                                     
There is nothing more satisfying  for me  than making a successful batch of bread. Once you start to get the feel of making bread, you are addicted.

If you are new to bread-making, this is really good recipe to start with. It produces beautiful and fluffy bread though it takes more than 3 hours to bake them.

If you want to use active dry yeast increase the amount  to 1 1/4 teaspoon and mix the yeast with 1/3 cup of warm water. Let it proof for 5-10 minutes before you add it to the flour.

GOLDEN PULL APART BUTTER BUN
Adapted from King Arthur Flour

1 and 3/4  cup  all purpose flour
1 tsp instant yeast
1 and 1/2  tablespoon  dry milk (milk powder)
2  tablespoon   soft butter
1/4  cup   warm milk
1/3  cup  warm water
1  tablespoon   sugar
3/4 tsp salt
1-2  tablespoon  all purpose flour if needed

METHOD

Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl. Mix and knead using hand, stand mixer of bread maker, to make a soft and smooth dough. If too sticky add 1-2 TB of flour.

Transfer onto floured board,  knead for 10 minutes. Place onto greased and covered bowl, let rise until doubled for 1-1 and 1/2 hours.

Gently deflate the dough, divide into 8. Round each piece into smooth ball.

Place balls into greased 8 in round pan. Cover and let rise 60-90 minutes until puffy. Towards the end of rising time, preheat oven @ 180 C.

Bake for 25 minutes until golden brown. Remove from oven and brush with melted butter.

Cool on rack.

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38 comments:

ros said...

y to shop frm super mkt???everything ready at home!!!

Roshna Feroz said...

y to shop frm super mkt???
everything ready at home!!!
;)

Judy Haughton-James said...

It is about 3 hours before I have breakfast here in Jamaica and this picture is making me so hungry already!:) The buns look so-o-o good!

Priti said...

Looks perfect....nice recipe

julie said...

Wow.. Looks super fluffy n soft...

Radhika said...

These buns are looking so good.

katrina said...

Am a bread lover and bread is a must in my family..

Spilt this hot bun and have it with marmalade or whatever jams, or pamper yourself with some cheese
and hmmmm nothing else matters!

Tks for sharing this recipe.

Cheers

Hari Chandana said...

Looks absolutely perfect.. gr8 job dear :)
Indian Cuisine

Hamaree Rasoi said...

nothing is more satisfying that a fresh batch of breads/ buns

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Puan Ros @ Tadika Sinaran Intelek said...

Totally agreed. nothing is more satisfying then making our on bread and the smell that came out for the oven....

Joanne said...

I love a good recipe for homemade buns. They looks so perfect and not a challenging recipe.
Thanks for sharing.

aipi said...

Ah ~ they look soooo buttery soft n pretty ~ beautifully done!
USMasala

munchmunchcrunchcrunch said...

looks perfect and lovely...

soujanya said...

looks perfect n soft fluffy bread....want 2 grab it!

vickyart said...

Thanks for the link, then Gangal is like ginger, I did not know. The simple way sandwiches are also excellent for breakfast with jam!

Rumana Rawat said...

They looks so awesome.. bookmarking it...

Suja said...

Nothing can best fresh home made buns..soft and delicious

Carolyn said...

These are gorgeous. Buzzed them!

The Mom Chef said...

I adore making my own bread products and these look so good. My problem is that I never think about it until it's too late to begin the yeast rising process. Then I see something as beautiful as yours and I want to remember and do it tomorrow for dinner!

Sobha Shyam said...

look absolutely soft n delicious, u r sure a baking expert, i know i have said this before :)

Tina said...

there is nothing so comforting than biting into a soft fluffy homemade bread bun. Your picture says it all-please send I batch here for an additional taste test:)

Uma said...

I love it absolutely. Can u guide us with the tips and tricks of baking and baking products as a post if your time allows? That would definitely helpful to all.

Cheers,
Uma

Amy said...

I love these little golden and round buns! yum yum...

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

wow they turned perfect,delicious buns...

Swathi said...

Delicious pull part buns, good with spicy curry.

Viviane Bauquet Farre said...

Great golden color and fluffy texture. The accompaniment possibilities are endless with such a yummy palate as this!

Kurryleaves said...

looks perfect..great job dear

Joanne said...

Pull apart buns make dinner so much better! Yum.

divya said...

look awesome. Excellent preparation.

Gloria said...

Love buns and these look delicious!! gloria

Gloria said...

Love buns and these look delicious!! gloria

kankana said...

That looks so lovely. I would love to dip them in some soup and enjoy !

Anonymous said...

They are delicious!
When I first made these, we didn't have any dry milk on hand, I used all milk [scalded/cooled] and 1 1/2 TB potato buds instead of water/milk. They rose fast and quite high.
For special dinner rolls I use european style butter and divide into 16 parts.
Wonderful blog, thanks for posting it.

Stefanie said...

Those look soo good! I'm still new to making breads, but I'm starting to get the hang of it... these sound very tasty and simple!

Ammu's said...

Buns look yummy.. I made them today & they came out all well :)

Cricket @ Thrifty Texas Penny said...

oh, those look absolutely delicious! I have a Monday morning recipe linky each week with a different theme. This Monday's theme is soups. I would love to have you come link up!

Becca Acker said...

You have so many good recipes! Pinning a bunch and am gonna share your blog with my sister. :)

Shweet Spicess said...

nice and yummm :)

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