Fine, soft, fragrant .. For a long time in my notebook, and with many other similar recipes, here is mine, which I have always made them from;)
- Break the yeast into a small bowl, add sugar and stir in a little warm milk, add 1 tablespoon of flour, whisk and let the yeast rise.
- In another bowl, place the flour, salt, add the yeast, the rest of the warm milk, lukewarm water and oil, and knead a firm and elastic dough. Cover with a cloth and leave until doubled in the heat.
- Knead the dough, lightly flour the work surface, stretch the dough to 1-2 cm, cut into cubes and cover with a cloth for another 30-45 minutes.
- The buns are fried in hot oil, over medium heat, with the side that was on the work surface, down and in the baking dish, let them fry briefly until they take on a slightly golden color, then turn them over and also leave on the other side. Place the baked goods on napkins or old bread briefly to remove excess oil.
- The buns are very tasty and easy to make, you just need to make sure that the oil is hot and that they are baked over a low heat so that they do not burn on the outside and remain raw on the inside, and that they turn once because otherwise they absorb a lot of oil and are too greasy.