Buns for beginners
For now, there are about 30 recipes for buns on coolka and for bread, who knows how many more, but despite all that, I had a problem making something that can be eaten. Well, this is a recipe for buns that I can make too, which are delicious and soft tomorrow as well
- Dissolve the yeast in lukewarm water, add sugar and oil and then add flour and salt. Add a little flour to get as soft a dough as possible, but such that it can be kneaded with your hands on the work surface and knead it finely.
- Leave the dough to rise then divide into 6-7 balls or less if you want larger buns. Shape each part into a ball by hand and roll it in flour on each side and leave it on the baking sheet to rise.
- After about 40 minutes - 1 hour, when the dough has risen nicely with the blunt side of a knife, make sarees on buns and bake at 250C until golden brown.
- Cover with a cloth and leave for 10-15 minutes, then serve the roast in a tin section.
This is a recipe for beginners because oil is added and such pastries are usually soft and the buns are left to grow longer and then they will surely be fine and soft. There are a lot of recipes on coolka, but in them the dough usually rises 10-15 minutes after shaping and is baked immediately, which I couldn't do successfully, so I guess it's for the more experienced. Probably the buns obtained in this way are more similar to shopping simitas, but for now I'm content with this. Here are a few recipes from coolkesandikanadasandikanada2jesen08tufahijicasemyskusstjafimediha