|Dough material: high gluten flour 300g|
|25g white sugar|
|Bottom material: white sugar 10g|
|5 grams of sesame|
|High gluten flour 10g|
1. Warm the milk first, pour in the yeast, and let the yeast melt. The milk is not hot enough. If it is too hot, it will burn the yeast. 2. Melt the yeast water, add 25 sugar and 1 and a half eggs (leave half of the brush surface). Shake to melt the sugar. 3. Add high-gluten flour, knead until gluten, you can stretch the film. I knead for 15 minutes with a kneading machine, and then knead and beat with my hands for 10 minutes. 4. Put the dough in the pot and wrap it with plastic wrap, and put it in a warm place and double it. The prepared dough is taken out to vent, and then divided into 16 agents of the same size and rounded. (Or knead the long strips and use a knife to cut into the shape of buns.) 5. Take a small piece of rolled dough and dip the salad oil at the bottom first. 6. Put it in the mixed sugar and sesame seeds and dip it with the base material (if you don't add the base material, you can omit this latter step.). 7. Put tin foil on the baking tray, coat the surface with a layer of oil, put the dough with the base material on the tin foil, put it back in the oven at 38 ° for a second proofing for 40 minutes, put some water in a small bowl and bake The bottom of the plate. 8. Wake up the dough and remove the small bowl of water from the oven. 9. Evenly apply egg liquid on the surface of the dough, preheat the oven at 220 ° and bake for 15 minutes, the color is even. The baked buns should come out of the oven immediately, brush a layer of honey on the surface and let cool Wrapped in fresh-keeping bags so that the bread will not be dried.
Yesterday, when making this bun, my daughter had been standing by, pointing at the dough, while saying that there would be 'Boom, Boom, Boom' (which means eating). She usually takes a nap. This time she has been standing in front of the oven until I have toasted the bread. She has eaten and drank enough, and she is willing to go to bed at more than 4 p.m. As soon as the buns came out, I immediately changed a plate to put bread, because she was always anxious to eat, fearing that she would be burnt by the baking tray.
I took the steamed buns and put them on the stool in the hall, and she kept standing next to the bread, fearing it would run. I have been trying to test the temperature of the bread with my hands to see if the bread is cold. I have been yelling at the bread on the side, trying to make it cooler, huh, super anxious child.
My daughter's little hands.