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Easy Steps Milk Dinner Rolls During MCO

BUN-ING MODE...

Last night I spent an hour looking for a nice and yet easy recipe on Milk Buns.  There are plenty of videos to choose from the Youtube and I finally landed on one called Binky.  She has a soft voice, she talks slow and the method looks pretty easy, that is most important!  Ok, I bookmarked the link and this morning, after donning the apron in the kitchen, my hands are put into Active mode!  LOL...

*Please note that this is my first time doing buns without the breadmaker/first time kneading so I do not have high expectations!  LOL*

Firstly, I took out the ingredients and start working on them...
150ml milk at room temperature
2 tablespoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon yeast (it should be 1 1/4)
1 egg
50gm butter
1 teaspoon salt
Stir them up...
Then add in 2 1/2 cups multipurpose flour....

Using all my strength, this is the Pre-Buns!
Then cut them up to 16 pieces... 
Left them in the oven for an hour...
It is called proofing.... 
Let them grow... grow.... 
After an hour, I baked them at 200 celsius for 20 minutes....
I did not brush enough egg yolk on the surface of these buns...
Their face did not shine as much as they should have....
 
Nevertheless they started to grow... expand... 
I enjoyed watching them... LOL... 
20 minutes up....
In real, these buns are actually yellowish in colour...
Yellowish in colour...
But how come they don't look like those shown in Youtube??
Setting appearance aside, they taste good...
I like the butter and milky taste in them!
Can be eaten just like that or spread them with jam/kaya...
These will be for my next few in-between meals snacks!

Comments

  1. Wow! Your milk buns look so tasty! Can sell some to me? *Salivating looking at them*

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  2. Wah! I am very impressed by your buns! They are big and lovely and fluffy. What am I waiting for? Bake! LOL!

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  3. I love to eat this type of buns. I don't need them to be shiny as they will not shine inside my tummy in 2 minutes. Muahahaha

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  4. It is a joy when your bakes start to puff up. I love fresh buns directly from the oven.

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  5. Wow all homemade, buns and jam! Kudos!

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  6. They are GORGEOUS! I can almost smell them from here. I want to make some, and am going to YouTube!

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  7. Wah! Beautiful buns. I think I want to bake buns too.

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