Nov 5, 2014

Brioche Buns Recipe / Braided Brioche Recipe


I am telling you this is one of the best bun in the world. So soft and so fluffy. Please guys before starting the post, i am telling you, dont ask me substitutes for anything. Because it has to be done exactly like this..I am not sure about the substitutes of eggs in this..But i will surely share a eggless brioche recipe soon.

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This is so easy to make, the dough with take just few mins to make. The dough is so easy to work with, you can shape it into any shapes..


I made a briaded bread and loved it so much..I made a three braided bread. I will share a separate post about how to make 5 and 7 braided bread soon.


I hope you will like this and let me know how it turned out..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Resting Time : 1.5 to 2 hours
Baking Time : 15 mins
Makes : 12 buns
Recipe Source : SimplySoGood

Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour / Maida - 3 1/2 cup / 420 grams
Water - 1 cup / 240 ml
Milk - 3 tblspn
Dry Yeast - 2 tsp
Sugar - 2 1/2 tblspn
Egg - 1 
Salt to taste
Unsalted Butter - 50 grams (softened)

Method:

Take water in a microwave safe bowl, add in milk and butter and microwave it for 10 to 20 sec. It should get nice a warm..Should be luke warm. The butter wont melt.

Now add sugar to it and mix well. Now sprinkle over yeast and let it sit for 5 mins till it is activated.

Now take flour, salt in a bowl and mix well.

Pour the wet ingredients into the bowl and mix well

Add in egg and mix well.

Now knead this for a good 5 mins till the dough is soft and springy.

Cover it and let it rest for 1 to 1.5 hour till it is doubled in size.

Now knock back the air and knead once. Flatten it and divide it into equal portion. 

Take one portion and shape it into ball. Flatten it slightly.

You can even braid the dough or do it in any shape. Arrange this in a parchment lined baking tray and cover it fr 30 mins till it puffed and doubled in size.

Preheat the oven to 200 degree C.

Now brush the top of the buns with some egg and sprinkle it with sesame seeds

Now bake this for 15 mins. Remove it and let it cool a little before serving.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Take water in a microwave safe jug


add in milk


and butter


i popped it in microwave for 10 to 20 sec till it is luke warm,
the butter need not melt throughly


now add in sugar and mix well


add in yeast and mix well..Let it sit for 5 mins.


Now the yeast is activated
Take flour in a bowl


add in salt


mix well and make a well in the center


now add the yeast mix


add in egg


mix well


now knead this for a good 5 mins


it will form into a smooth and soft dough


Now place this in a large bowl


cover it with a plastic wrap and let it rise


look beautifully it has risen


knock back the air and give a knead


now flatten it like a disc


cut it into equal portions


take a ball


roll it into a smooth ball


place it in a parchment sheet lined baking dish..
I used my silicon mat


flatten it slightly


Now take another portion


Roll it thinly


give a twist like this


now tuck one side under


and other side upper..pinch them as well


Tada


now lets make braided broiche..take three balls


roll them thinly


pinch the top


now start braiding, like you braid your hair


go on


go on


go on..


i cut off the top and bottom to give a finished look


beautiful..


arrange all your buns and bread in a tray


cover it again and let it rise


I would suggest you to use a bigger pan or do it in batches.Because since i placed them quite close, as the buns
baked they stuck to each other..


now crack open a egg


beat them up


brush on top generously


Sprinkle with seeds


all beautifully baked


enjoy


They were just soft as cloud


look how soft it is..

51 comments:

  1. wow wonderful aarthi.great work.loved it

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  2. Hi,
    This is the first time I m visiting ur blog, Oh , it's too good,
    very well explained , I m sure I 'll post as soon as I try ur recipes.
    Good Luck , Keep rocking.

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  3. Hi,
    I tried these Brioche buns last evening and came out good. My husband could not even belv I made these when he saw it this morning and thot I had bought them. the crust was a bit tough other than that...simply good. Thanks,

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  4. Dear please try baking with self rising/raising flour.Do u get this at your place?? It makes life so easy because one does not have to bother with yeast and baking powder then.If u can use them,please do because want to know how to use the flour in the buns.Please guide.

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  5. @imroseI haven't used that dear.Because i couldn't find it here.And i hope yeast is must for bread and bun baking. because self rising flour just has baking powder and salt in them. It is good for cakes and baked goodies like that

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    1. So true Aarthi, baking powder is not for breads, I bet if used in the above buns will change the texture and taste drastically. Might end up like scones.

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  6. wow!! Awesome.. trying it today:-)

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  7. Awesome recipe!!! Can I use this dough for making stuffed buns?

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  8. can i bake it in microwave....can u suggest the temperature...

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  9. Hi where we will get yeast?

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  10. Hi wat temp v need to bake?

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  11. @AnonymousI have mentioned the temp in the recipe

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  12. Hi Aarthi, thanks for sharing this yummy brioche. Tried this today. It was simple and easy to follow and definitely a keeper. Freshly baked brioche smelled divine and tasted good.

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  13. Hi arthi can we fill it with chicken filling

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  14. Can this be made eggless?

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  15. Hi. . .i tried this recipe today . . .brioche n bun came out wel but the crust/upper layer become bit hardr n dry . . .n inside they wr soft. . . .what went wrong. . .

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  16. Hi arthi . . .i'm confused my measuring 3 n 1/2 cup of flour is more than 420 grams . . .though I managed some how. . .i tried this recipe bt I found bun less flavoured.. .how can I improve..

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  17. Please let me know which brand of dry yeast you use.mine doesn't fluff up.

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  18. @Anonymousi use a brand which my supermarket has..

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  19. I m gonna try it 2mrw for kids. Can we bake sweet bun out of this method by adding more sugar or honey? If so pls give me a measurement for those.
    Thank you...

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  20. Hi aarthi can v do this with wheat flour...

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  21. @kiruthigayes u can do, but it gives a little denser buns

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  22. akkaa can we make a bread loaf by this recipe ?thanks:)

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  23. @umamahiyes u can make bread using this as well

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  24. Hi dear,,,
    I made this and it turned out well...
    But it became lil harder after colling it down...
    Can u please tell me what went wrong

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  25. Hi Aarthi, i tried making the bread yesterday using half the ingredients but the dough was very sticky to handle so i had to add more flour. Though the bread came out well but was not as soft and fluffy as yours. Was slightly dense in texture. What could have went wrong? Thanks.

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  26. @Anndid your yeast activated. And did your dough rised.

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  27. Hi Aarthi, yes, my yeast activated and the dough rise double the size. My dough was very sticky that it keep sticking on my fingers. I will try again. Thanks.

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  28. @Annif ur dough is sticky add more flour and knead it well..Dont over bake them..one you shape balls, you have to let it rise again before baking

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  29. Akka can we use oil in d place of butter ?thanks

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  30. @umamahiyes u can use but butter gives nice flavour

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  31. akka,how can i measure the loaf pan size? i duno how many cups of flour will hold in ma loaf pan..and also i have baked yur orange loaf cake,where yu gave the flour amount in 1 1/2 cups..i used that much only,actually it came out reli well,and the cake rised to d top bt nt over flowing,it was pretty rised to the rim of the pan..so can i say my loaf tin can hold only about 1 1/2 cups of flour in it?why im asking dis s,im going to make a white bread,if my tot is correct,i will use 1 1/2 cups of flour to bake white bread..or can yu tell me please how many cups of flour should i use to bake my WHITE BREAD? pls clarify me akka..sry for these too many questns..im quiet confused..:(

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  32. @umamahicake will rise nicely, but bread depends on how much time you are actually leaving it to rise..You could put your bread in upto 3/4th it is full.

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  33. Hi sis! Can I use bread flour for this recipe? Thanks....Ct

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  34. Hi please reply me now...Can I add amulet buttermilk...with half of the recipe

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  35. @Anonymousno need for buttermilk. it will change the texture

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  36. Hi aarthi I meant amul salted butter for this recipe...Will there be any difference in the texture of the buns...

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  37. Hi can I use salted amul butter will there be any difference in the texture....of the buns

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