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Bonn A couple weeks ago, we enjoyed hamburgers made with homemade buns. They were fabulous! The recipe used was from the Tightwad Gazette for Cuban Bread.
This a quick yeast bread. It takes half the time than normal yeast breads and it is super easy! Ingredients 5-6 cups flour 2 T. dry yeast 2 T. sugar 1 T. salt 2 c. hot tap water 1 T. sesame seeds, oats, or poppy seeds (optional)
- Mix 4 cups of the flour with the yeast, sugar, and salt.
- Pour in hot water and beat 100 strokes, or 3 minutes with a mixer.
- Stir in the remaining flour until the dough is no longer sticky.
- Knead 8 minutes.
- Place the dough in a greased bowl and cover with damp towel.
- Let rise 15 minutes.
- Punch down.
- Divide into 2 pieces, shape into loaves and place on baking sheet.
- Cut an X 1/2 inch deep on top with sharp knife.
- Brush with water and sprinkle with oats.
- Place on the middle shelf of a cold oven.
- Place a cake pan of hot water on the lowest shelf.
- Heat the oven to 400 degrees. Bake 40-50 minutes until deep golden brown.
Sounds great! I will have to try that soon!
Thank you for posting this! We’ll have to try it sometime!
I like the Tightwad Gazette, it has some good tips!
What would you call a “cold” oven?
What would be a “cold” oven?
Caroline, a cold oven would mean it has not been preheated. I guess you could call it room temperature! lol Thank you for asking!
Hey Ruth! I don’t know if you remember me. I was on CMOMB a few years back (maybe 3-4). It’s good to stumble across you again.
These hamburger buns look good, this would be something that I don’t think I would be afraid to try 🙂
They look like those mini burgers you get at Red Robin that you pay around $9 for. You get 3 of them with sides. Maybe you could charge and make some $ LOL.
They look great.
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