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Apr 12, 2012

Homemade HamBurger Buns (Without Eggs) - Eggless Baking Recipes


Yesterday is the first time in my life I felt a real earthquake....Ever since I remember this is the first time it happened in our little place. The shake was a little strong and all the photo frames and  wall clocks shook for a while.OMG it was soooo scary.. I was a kind of worried and scared the whole day. I pray for the people in indonesia a lot..God should take care of them..Ok now coming back to the recipe. I love making burgers a lot, I always love making buns at home, because it is so cheap and the flavours of homemade buns are really good. This is a eggless version of hamburger buns..So any one can make it..


I hope you will love it and let me know what you think.

Ingrediants:

All Purpose Flour/ Maida - 400 gms
Butter - 50 gms
Sugar - 2 tblspn
Salt to taste
Warm Milk as needed
Yeast - 1 1/2 tblspn
Oil to grease the bowl
Milk - 2 tblspn for brushing on top
Sesame Seeds for Sprinkling on top

Method:

Take Warm milk in a bowl. Add in butter to that and allow it to melt down. Now add in sugar and yeast and mix well. Let it stand for 5-7 mins till it rises and fluff up.

Now take flour and salt in a mixing bowl. Pour the yeast water in this and mix well and form into a soft dough.

Now grease another large bowl with oil. Put this dough in that and cover it with a wet cloth. Leave it to rise for a couple of hours till they have risen in double.

Punch the air out of it and knead it for 5 mins.

Divide the dough into equal portion and form smooth balls out of it.

Arrange it in a Oiled parchment lined baking sheet and allow it to rise again for 30 mins.

Preheat the oven to 220 Degree C/ 450 Degree  F.

Brush the risen dough with milk and sprinkle some sesame seeds in it.

Bake it for 20-30 mins till the top gets nice colour.

Remove it and You can brush the top with some butter if you want and use it accordingly.


Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Take warm milk in a bowl
add soft butter to it
add sugar
and your yeast
mix well
allow it to rise
In another large mixing bowl take flour and salt
add the yeasty milk
and make a dough
transfer it to another oiled bowl
cover with a wet cloth
and let it rise
Knead it again
Divide into equal portions and allow it to rise
like this
Brush with some milk and sprinkle sesame seeds
and bake it
Serve



Check out all the burger recipe which i have in my blog..Click on the image to go to the recipe..


43 comments:

Kalpana Sareesh said... Best Blogger Tips

Awesome u r doing a grt job this is fantastic some burger n fries plsss..

The Yogi Vegetarian said... Best Blogger Tips

What a coincidence! My post today is vegeburger in a bun with fries!lol :) Maybe we should link to each others' posts?? I'll make a link to yours now....

Sharmilee! :) said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks so soft and perfect...love the look of the buns

Meena said... Best Blogger Tips

wow without eggs and all and once i get oven i wud try making this. hey hope all was ok after the quake . i didnt feel anything here in mumbai

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said... Best Blogger Tips

I have friends on holiday in Singapore. They said that they did not feel too much there, but yes very scary as you do not know what after shocks may arrive. Take care Diane

Anu said... Best Blogger Tips

WOW!!! Super arthi. Perfectly baked.

Priya said... Best Blogger Tips

Well done,excellent buns..

Hema said... Best Blogger Tips

The buns look so perfect with the sesame seeds..

maha said... Best Blogger Tips

This looks fantastic!perfectly done...
maha

Magda said... Best Blogger Tips

Te han quedado estupendo estos panecillos, mucho mejor que los comprado sin duda

Premalatha Aravindhan said... Best Blogger Tips

Well made burger,luks so perfect and yum...

yummylittlecooks said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi, good to know that you're Ok!
BTW, nice homemade buns :)

Lavanya T R said... Best Blogger Tips

Never thought it was so simple. Thanks for sharing aarthi :)
http://lavanyasrecipes.blogspot.com/

Poonam Borkar said... Best Blogger Tips

looks awesome..perfectly made!!
Spicy-Aroma

Suja Manoj said... Best Blogger Tips

Home made is the best,perfectly baked,soft and delicious..

Namitha said... Best Blogger Tips

Lovely ! Heard about that earthquake from news. Glad that nothing big happened

sirisfood said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow..just love these round buns..Thanks a lot for the detailed recipe

R said... Best Blogger Tips

wow, they look professionally made, awesome job!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said... Best Blogger Tips

my kids will love it for sure... have to try!

Mary Hudak-Collins said... Best Blogger Tips

What tasty-looking hamburger buns those are. I am reading your ingredients, wondering if I could get this recipe to work with my gluten-free flour blend. Will definitely have to give it a try ☺ Thanks for sharing!

Chef Mireille said... Best Blogger Tips

these look great..never made hamburger buns before..are you doing the bread category next week...You should if you can create these so perfectly!

the mad said... Best Blogger Tips

Great buns. Love the texture.Bookmarked.

Deeps @ Naughty Curry said... Best Blogger Tips

the bun looks fantastic!

meenakshi said... Best Blogger Tips

tried some of your recpies before ,always appreciated by my family because of you. i want to make pav buns,burger buns but i dont know how much milk is required, if you could tell me about the quantity of milk that will be a great help.
thanks

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@meenakshiThank you so much for trying my recipes. the Amount of milk depends on your flour type..Start by 11/2 cup for 3 cups of flour and increase the amount of milk slowly for making pav buns

meenakshi said... Best Blogger Tips

thanks a lot , i read one of your reader had asked for the rack position and both elements on for whole wheat bread baking, you had replied to bake the bread in middle rack with both elements on . Does this baking method apply for all the buns, breads and cake recpies to bake in middle rack with both elements on.
warm regards and thanks.

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@meenakshiYes it applies for everything..

meenakshi said... Best Blogger Tips

thanks a lot for the quickiest reply

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

My only problem, was I cannot find where it says measurements. especially flour? i looked for some other recipes to compare? well see how it goes

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Dear Can you please guide me my problem is that my buns do not take beautiful colour on top and they dont remian soft until next day.

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Anonymous If you want good colour, brush the top with some egg...

And for softer buns, dont over bake your buns..

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

thanks Aarthi I will try the new tip then share the results with you.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I am making your buns for the 4th of July cookout! The hostess is allergic to eggs. So I can't brush the buns with egg to get color. Might something else work you can think of? And thanks for hte 1.5 cups of warm milk comment. I was wondering how much to use when melting the butter and adding yeast tomake the dough. :)

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@AnonymousYou can brush it with some milk.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

You can brush it with a little bit of vegetable oil / water mix

Lavanya Neethiraj said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi, I'm new to baking and made ur bun today. I used baker's yeast and made according to ur measurements. There was more yeastly flavour in to it. Do u think I should 've reduced the yeast (11/2 tablespoons). Also both the outer crust came crispier. I want soft buns. You have any idea where I went wrong. I've bajaj otg oven, used the , middle rack, preheated oven at 210 deg for 13mts and baked 20 mts.thnks in advance

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Lavanya Neethiraj Each yeast vary, If you feel that it had more yeasty flavour, next time reduce it a bit. But if you reduce it too much, it wont rise soon, it will take lots of time to rise. And you must have over baked the buns, so it has got hard crust. Check the buns after 15 to 20 mins, because each oven varies.

Nivedhitha Arvind said... Best Blogger Tips

Hw much quantity of warm milk were used for dis measurement..can we use d same recipe for stuffed masala buns

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Nivedhitha Arvindu need around 250 ml. 1 cup of warm milk

Nivedhitha Arvind said... Best Blogger Tips

can we use active dry yeast ...

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Nivedhitha ArvindYes u can use

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Aarti can I skip butter, I don't use ghee or butter.

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@AnonymousYes u can skip butter and add oil