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Cooking With Food Storage–December 2014

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Hamburger Buns in 60 Minutes

Hanburger BunsMix together and let sit for 30 minutes:

3 ½ cups warm (around 100F) water

¾ cup oil

¾ cup sugar or ½ cup honey

4 Tablespoons yeast

Stir in:

9-10 ½ cups white, wheat or mixed flour (add just until dough holds together)

1 Tablespoon salt

 

Turn out onto floured surface. Knead lightly and roll to ½” thickness. Cut out using a clean tuna can, drinking glass or biscuit cutter. Place on a lightly greased baking sheet, not quite close enough to touch. Cover with a cloth and let rise 20 minutes. Bake in preheated 425F oven for 10 minutes or until golden brown.

*Can also be formed into dinner rolls or cinnamon rolls.*

 

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One thought on “Cooking With Food Storage–December 2014

  1. Different types of egg washes may be used on these rolls to give richer color, shine and/or flavor. Egg washes alter the crust on the bread and hold in moisture as the loaf bakes.
    Whole egg washes create a shiny, golden-brown appearance.
    Yolk only washes result in a rich, brown crust.
    Egg white only washes gives the top a shiny coating.
    An egg wash also can be used as a glue to hold crumbly bread together, or stick seeds or nuts to the bread crust as it bakes.

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