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All purpose flour is plain flour in UK
Strong plain is bread flour in UK

Which is this?
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I use strong plain flour when I make them DJ :)
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Indeed DJ, string flower is the one to use
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Re: Hamburger buns, recipe based on all the help i got over here.. With pics
« Reply #78 on: September 14, 2014, 11:36:36 am »
I made these today as 24 slider buns - approx 45 grams each and baked at 200c for 20 minutes because they were all squashed together.

I did put an egg in the dough which i think made the buns a little bit scone like. I won't bother putting it in next time.

Rather than flouring hands/board I used oil in the bowl I rested the dough in and on my hands for shaping.  It was really nice and easy to work with that way.

I also let the dough rest in a bowl for about 40 minutes, then shaped, then let the buns rest for about another 20 minutes before egg washing and putting them in the oven.

I made them to have with pulled pork, bbq sauce and coleslaw and they worked quite well like that.

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Re: Hamburger buns, recipe based on all the help i got over here.. With pics
« Reply #79 on: October 15, 2014, 01:24:16 am »
Loved this recipe. The rolls are super light and fluffy :) Looking forward to hamburgers tonight!!

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Re: Hamburger buns, recipe based on all the help i got over here.. With pics
« Reply #80 on: October 15, 2014, 02:09:12 am »
Thanks for your comment TMIU, welcome to the forum.
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Re: Hamburger buns, recipe based on all the help i got over here.. With pics
« Reply #81 on: October 15, 2014, 07:43:22 am »
Welcome to the forum TMIU.
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Re: Hamburger buns, recipe based on all the help i got over here.. With pics
« Reply #82 on: October 15, 2014, 09:01:11 am »
It's always great to have feed back on recipes TMIU,Stef will be delighted.
 Welcome to the forum.
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Thank you so much Stef for this foolproof recipe!!!!  :)
It had been the first time I ever made buns, but I followed your recipe to the dot and they turned out beautiful!! Hubby said they looked professional.. Although we dont have burgers a lot, but will surely be making this to replace store-bought..

Not the best photograph as I took it in a hurry, but this is what I ended up with

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They look perfect Thermilover, no wonder you are chuffed.  :D

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Well done Thermilover, they look brilliant.
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Thank you so much Stef for this foolproof recipe!!!!  :)
It had been the first time I ever made buns, but I followed your recipe to the dot and they turned out beautiful!! Hubby said they looked professional.. Although we dont have burgers a lot, but will surely be making this to replace store-bought..

Not the best photograph as I took it in a hurry, but this is what I ended up with

Good Job, and thank you for the feevack. The buns look great!

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They look very professional Thermilover. Well done.
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Lovely buns. Very professional. Well done.

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Well done Thermielover.They look wonderful.
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