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Buns Maize with yeast


Author: Aušra

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Maybe when you take a look at the recipe you think that it is ordinary yeasted buns. And you will be wright 🙂 We just liked that they are not too sweet, and the shape of buns look pretty. These buns are popular in our family. I also tried to make rabbit shape buns for children but understood that here I need to practise a lot 🙂

Buns Maize with yeast

Time needed:
Yields: 15 buns

Ingredients:

  • 500 g flour
  • 250 g milk or water
  • 20 g fresh yeast
  • 2 eggs (1 for the dough, 1 for brushing)
  • 50 g sugar
  • 50 g butter
  • 5 g salt
  • lemon or orange peel or vanilla

Directions:

  • First of all sift the flour and set aside.
  • Then warm up the fluid, break the egg, put salt, sugar and mix till sugar dissolves.
  • Pour the fresh yeast mixed with some sugar.
  • Then mix in the flour.
  • At the end of kneading pour warm fats and seasonings. Stop kneading when the sides of the bowl are clean.
  • Smooth out the surface of dough, coat with some fats or pour over some flour, cover with clean towel and let rise.
  • When the dough has risen, devide it to 15 even balls.
  • Every ball roll out to 60cm long roll and devide in half. Cross the rolls and braid.
  • Put buns on the baking tray lined with baking paper and let rise.
  • Then coat with an egg and bake in 230-250°C for about 10-15 minutes.
  • Enjoy!

Source: E.Binkauskienė. Kepiniai (1977)

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