These are amazing buns to have with home made burgers
375g strong white bread flour
1 tsp yeast
1 tsp salt
1 table spoon sugar
150 ml milk
Mix together and knead for about 10 minutes. I tend to use a dough hook on a mixer.
Allow to double in size before shaping into rolls and snipping the top
Glaze with beaten egg and sprinkle with poppy or sesame seeds as desired
Oil a square tin and then add the dough, make dimples in the dough and add another tablespoon of oil Bake for 25-30 minutes in a hot oven
When cool, add cream to the centre and berries. I used wild strawberries and raspberries from the garden plus some blueberries. You can glaze it using quick jel or a sieved raspberry jam with added water
Mix 500g strong white flour with 2tsp salt and 2tsp fast action yeast. Add 40mls olive oil and 400mls water slowly and then mix on slow for 5-8 mins.
Put into an oiled, square tub and leave to rise until doubled in size.
At this point you will need lots and lots of flour. Flour a work surface/ board and empty the mixture onto it.
Flour your baking tray
Flour the knife.
Flour your hands
This is a very,very sticky mixture but don't worry it is fine.
Split the mixture into three and place on the baking tray - it may look awful but it will work out
Allow to rise for a further 10 minutes and then cook for 25 mins at 220c depending on how your oven cooks.
It should be hollow when you tap it to be fully cooked
Takes about 30 minutes in a medium oven
Should sound hollow when tapped on the base if it is cooked properly
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