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Buns "Snowflakes" Recipe
Very tasty yeast rolls that don't stale for a long time. Soft and gentle for a cozy home tea party on winter days, in a new year's performance.
Cook Time 100 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Leavened dough:
Dough:
Additionally:
Cook Time 100 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Leavened dough:
Dough:
Additionally:
Instructions
  1. First, you need to prepare the dough: add sugar, dry yeast To the warm milk, mix, then add the flour and mix everything again. Set aside for 15-20 minutes until fluffy foam. Then add sugar, eggs, mix, add sour cream-mix. Then add the starch and semolina, they will allow the finished rolls to remain fresh for a long time (well, if they remain).
    First, you need to prepare the dough: add sugar, dry yeast To the warm milk, mix, then add the flour and mix everything again. Set aside for 15-20 minutes until fluffy foam. Then add sugar, eggs, mix, add sour cream-mix. Then add the starch and semolina, they will allow the finished rolls to remain fresh for a long time (well, if they remain).
  2. The next step is to pour in odorless vegetable oil and parts, add flour in three or four steps and mix. Before the last addition of flour, stir the softened butter into the dough and knead for 3-4 minutes with your hand so that it interferes well. Then pour the remaining flour on the table and continue to knead the dough, stirring the remaining flour. First 750 g, and then look at the stickiness of the dough. The dough is soft, but not sticky to the hands.
    The next step is to pour in odorless vegetable oil and parts, add flour in three or four steps and mix. Before the last addition of flour, stir the softened butter into the dough and knead for 3-4 minutes with your hand so that it interferes well. Then pour the remaining flour on the table and continue to knead the dough, stirring the remaining flour. First 750 g, and then look at the stickiness of the dough. The dough is soft, but not sticky to the hands.
  3. Grease a bowl with oil, put the dough in it, cover with cling film and put it in a warm place for lifting. I heat the oven to 40°C, turn it off and put the dough there. The finished dough slightly pick up from the edges under the bottom, divide by 80-85g round. Cover with a towel, so as not to get winded.
    Grease a bowl with oil, put the dough in it, cover with cling film and put it in a warm place for lifting. I heat the oven to 40°C, turn it off and put the dough there. The finished dough slightly pick up from the edges under the bottom, divide by 80-85g round. Cover with a towel, so as not to get winded.
  4. Prepare a baking sheet, cover with high-quality baking paper. Dip each ball in sugar and spread on a baking sheet. Whisk press down on top to get a pattern that will draw snowflakes. Let the dough stand for 10 minutes and place in a hot 180°C oven for 20-25 minutes. Watch out for the oven. Allow to cool completely.
    Prepare a baking sheet, cover with high-quality baking paper. Dip each ball in sugar and spread on a baking sheet. Whisk press down on top to get a pattern that will draw snowflakes. Let the dough stand for 10 minutes and place in a hot 180°C oven for 20-25 minutes. Watch out for the oven. Allow to cool completely.
  5. For the pattern of snowflakes, prepare the glaze. Beat with a fork half of the protein, a few drops of lemon juice and powdered sugar sifted, until completely combined and the mass is white. Put it in a pastry bag and apply the drawing. It freezes for 5-8 minutes.
    For the pattern of snowflakes, prepare the glaze. Beat with a fork half of the protein, a few drops of lemon juice and powdered sugar sifted, until completely combined and the mass is white. Put it in a pastry bag and apply the drawing. It freezes for 5-8 minutes.
  6. We serve rolls with tea, coffee, compote, milk and enjoy. Enjoy your tea and new year holidays!!!
    We serve rolls with tea, coffee, compote, milk and enjoy. Enjoy your tea and new year holidays!!!

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