Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Parsley and Garlic Buns

When I saw these buns at Grace of Kitchen Corner I bookmarked it right away but only now I have the chance to try it out. This recipe is a keeper as the buns turn out to be really soft and fluffy. I did some minor changes to the topping and added garlic to it. Do go and check out her wonderful blog  where she showcase all the beautiful bakes.

Ingredients for dough

150 gram bread flour
50 gram flour
15 gram sugar
¼ tsp salt
½ tsp yeast
130 ml milk
15 gram unsalted butter




Topping

2 tbsp freshly chopped parsley
1 tbsp freshly chopped garlic
2 tbsp unsalted butter
½ tsp salt

1. Mix all the ingredients for dough except butter at low speed using dough hook mixer, then turn to medium speed until it become smooth dough.
2. Add in the unsalted butter and knead with low speed until the butter combine with the dough. Turn to medium speed for the kneading process until it becomes smooth and elastic dough.
3. Place the dough into a lightly grease bowl and cover with cling wrap to proof for an hour or until double in size.
4. While waiting for the dough, mix the ingredients for herbs topping until it become a smooth paste. Put the  paste into a piping bag.
5. Divide the dough into 6 portions and round them into small balls. Let them rest for 10 minutes.
6. Roll each dough out into a sausage shape and proof for 30 minutes.
7. With a sharp knife cut a line on the middle of each bun and continue proofing for another 10 minutes.
8. Egg wash the bread and squeeze some of the topping to the center of the buns. Bake at 350 degree F pre-heated oven for 18 minutes until golden brown.


I am submitting this bread to Yeastspotting

18 comments:

Kitchen Corner said...

WOW! Very good job! The buns look soft indeed! With the garlic added in, the smell must be very very good, just like garlic bread in pizza hut! I think I got to make this again one of these days. Thanks for testifying the recipe, cheers!

MaryMoh said...

Beautiful and looks very delicious. I love garlic bread. We always order when we go for pizza. I have to make myself. Thanks very much for sharing.

Shereen said...

That looks good, Gert. We love these kind of bread and often I too would bake them. Try sprinkling dried chives next time you bake this again. Sedap you.

My Little Space said...

Bread with garlic butter! WOw absolutely yummy! The bread looks very soft & fluffy. Thanks for sharing & enjoy your day.
Cheers, kristy

Jess @ Bakericious said...

looks good!

ReeseKitchen said...

Seeing your buns, I have to make some buns tomorrow or else all my flour, cheese, red beans filling and yeast will be expire!!
You have a very nice and tempting garlic buns here. Lovely!

Elin said...

Gert...this is my favourite bun ...the parsley and garlic are great combo...so fragrant right? I was crazy over them when I first bake them and even now. You have done great job on it. Can see it is so soft and fluffy :)

Little Corner of Mine said...

Beautiful! I miss eating soft buns!

mangocheeks said...

I'd love to try one right now. Soft, warm and full of flavour.

Cooking Gallery said...

I love garlic breads, so I very certainly would love garlic buns...! Just had garlic bread yesterday for dinner :).

Esther said...

Ooo, yours look very nice! I believe that these were one of the first bread I made. Sadly, I wasn't able to get any parsley though. Nevertheless, hey were still very yummy.

Anonymous said...

hi,,nice n flupy bread,,,btw wat is gram flour,,can i omit or any subsitute,?,,pls help

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Garlic and parsley,
what a nice combo.
But if I do this, I'll use spring onions and garlic, my hubby doesn't fancy parsley and cilantro and anything that smells like those.

ICook4Fun said...

Grace, thanks for sharing your recipe.

Mary, you are welcome.

Shereen, yes I have to take note on that. Putting chives into my next bake.

Kristy, you too.

Jess, thanks.

Reese, looking foward to see your bakes in your blog :)

Elin, yes I remember you baked a lot of bread :)

LCOM, thanks.

Mangocheeks, how are you doing? Didn't see you here for some time. Hope everything is well.

Cooking Gallery, we love garlic bread too especially to eat it with pasta or stew :)

Ester, you can always replace it with dried pasley.

Anon, 'gram' is the weight of the flour.

Wendy, how come. Parsley doesn't have a strong smell compare to cilantro. Your hubby is a picky eater hor. He doesn't like cinnamon either ha ha..

Jeannie said...

Very lovely buns...I like the fact that this recipe yields quite a small amount of bread that can be finished off within a day or two.

mycookinghut said...

This kind of bread is great for meal in between.. garlic.. oh my, one of my favs!

Julie said...

Wow, those truly look scrumptious! Perfect with a soup or salad, I'd say.

Nate @ House of Annie said...

Yum yum! I would like a bowl of these to go with some spaghetti marinara.