Would you like to transform your kitchen into a Viennese coffee shop with the aroma of freshly baked rolls and coffee, even for a while? Then pamper your loved ones with delicious Buchteln buns, it's very simple, even an inexperienced housewife can handle it if she follows the step-by-step recommendations for the recipe. Have a nice and tasty morning!
Purpose: For an afternoon snack
Main Ingredient: Flour / Yeast
Dish: Baking / Buns
Cuisine geography: Austrian / European
- Milk - 100 Milliliters
- Yeast - 5 Grams
- Sugar - 60 Grams
- Butter - 75 grams (50 grams - in the dough, 25 grams - for greasing the mold before baking)
- Egg - 1 Piece
- Vanilla sugar bag - 1 Piece
- Apricot jam - 100 Grams (filling can be any)
- Powdered sugar - 1 Tbsp. the spoon
- Salt - 1 Pinch
- Flour - 280 Grams
How to cook "Buchteln buns"
Prepare your ingredients.
Add yeast and 1 tablespoon of sugar (from the total amount) to warm milk (temperature not higher than 38 degrees). Stir and place in a warm place for 10 minutes.
Beat in 1 egg, add melted butter.
Pour the remaining sugar, vanilla sugar and a pinch of salt into the flour, stir.
Pour the flour mixture into the butter and milk mixture, knead the dough with a mixer using the "hook" attachment, knead for 7-10 minutes until smooth. If you knead with your hands, then also for at least 10 minutes.
Cover the dough with cling film and place in a warm place to ferment for 1.5-2 hours.
The dough should increase in volume at least 2 times.
Divide the dough into 8 equal parts, roll into a ball.
Roll out a ball into a flat cake about 10 cm in diameter. Place jam in the center of the flat cake.
Gather the ends of the cake "into a knot", fasten the ends well.
Brush the baking dish well with butter.
Place the buns in the baking pan, seam side down. Cover with cling film, let stand for 1 hour.
After an hour, the buns increased in volume. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees, bake the buns for 20-25 minutes.
Cool the finished buns slightly, sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Prepare coffee or tea and imagine yourself in a Viennese coffee shop. This is a delight, I assure you!