You have here an easy bun recipe that you can use for your homemade burger recipes! You can now make your own burgers entirely from scratch!
Today I am really excited to host a guest post from a special guest on the blog. My friend Jenna from the blog Bistro de Jenna is very famous on the French blogosphere and we can easily understand why. Living in the beautiful French region of Provence in the South of France, Jenna suggests on her blog many mouthwatering regional recipes using fresh and seasonal ingredients. She is also very talented when it comes to food photography and her pictures are gorged with all the sun from her lovely region!
Breaking language barriers, I translated for you her guest post from French into English. Incidentally, I wrote a Nordic Salmon Burger recipe on my blog a few weeks ago and I think these lovely buns would complement the recipe perfectly.
“When Delphine asked me if I could write a guest post for her I immediately accepted. I went for a burger buns recipe because everyone love it.” Jenna, Bistro de Jenna.
- 1 teaspoon dry rising yeast
- 40 ml lukewarm milk (not too warm!)
- 2 cups (250g) all purpose flour
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- ½ egg for the basting
- 100 ml water
- ½ egg for the bread
- 15g unsalted butter, at room temperature
- Sesame seeds
- Dilute the yeast in the lukewarm milk and let rise for about 5 minutes.
- In a large bowl, blend the flour, salt and sugar.
- Beat the egg. Pour the milk, the water and half the beaten egg mixture into the bowl from step 2. Mix together.
- Knead for about 10 minutes.
- Let the dough rise in the bowl covered with a wet towel for 1 hour at least.
- Form 4 balls of dough and place them on a oven tray covered with baking paper. Let rise one more hour.
- Preheat the oven to 350°F (190°C). Brush the burger buns with the remaing beaten egg previouly blended with one teaspoon of milk. Sprikle with sesame seeds and bake for 15 minutes. Allow to cool completely before serving.