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Tuesday, October 4, 2005

Indian bakery style milk buns!!;))

Indian bakery style milk buns!!;))
These buns taste like those milk buns ( tea kadai buns!) found in bakeries in India! & they are eggless to boot! So here is the recipe for these milk buns!
Milk - 290 ml, sugar - 4 tbsp, salt - 1 1/2 tsp, butter - 40 gms(room temperature), bread flour - 450 gms, instant yeast - 1 1/2 tsp.
Take the milk, butter, sugar& salt & stir till everything is well combined. Place the liquid ingredients first in the pan of the bread machine followed by the dry ingredients & finally the yeast,taking care to see that the yeast does not come into contact with the wet ingredients. Select dough function. When done , remove dough from pan & knead it for a few minutes. Then shape the dough into buns & cover with a damp towel & allow to proof for another 40 to 45 mins. Just before baking, glaze the buns with milk& bake at 200 °c for 20 mins. Keep an eye on the oven while they are baking for the temperature of each oven is different.Once the buns are done, remove them from the oven & brush them with some sweetened milk ( optional) & allow to rest for an hour before serving. Can be stored at room temperature in an airtight container for two to three days.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blogger Asha said...

I loved these when I was in India.Spicy ones too:))

6/13/2007 12:45:00 AM

Blogger paati said...

thanks,asha:) though when i was in india,i never used to touch them!! btw i have seen only the sweet buns,have never heard of spicy ones.

6/14/2007 12:43:00 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

can we do this just kneeding the dough, i don't have bread machine, if yes please tell the procedure for kneeding by hand

10/16/2007 03:09:00 PM

Blogger paati said...

anon you can knead the dough manually,but it will require a lot of muscle power ! i used my breadmachine to knead it as it is much easier:)

10/21/2007 01:36:00 AM

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