Chocolate Chip Buns

Chocolate Chip Buns.. another kids favourites ! These Chocolate Chip Buns is very soft and it’s not so hard to do. They are perfect for breakfast or after school snack. Try this recipe and let me know what you think in the comment section. You can also use raisin if you don’t want chocolate chips for the bread. Enjoy! Recipe taken from dapursicongok

I N G R E D I E N T S

  • 175 grams of refrigerator temperature milk
  • 70 grams of sugar
  • 5 grams of instant yeast
  • 2 egg yolks refrigerator temperature
  • 350 grams of high protein flour
  • 50 grams of refrigerator temperature butter
  • 3/4 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp water (optional)
  • 150gr chocolate chip
  • 1tsp vanilla essence

H O W T O P R E P A R E

  • Add in your milk, sugar, yeast and egg into your bowl
  • Stir with spatula
  • Add flour, vanilla essence, salt and butter
  • Mix again in the lowest speed for 2 minutes using your machine
  • Add water then increase the speed at the highest for 25 minutes
  • If you see panel window on the dough then it’s ready
  • Add in chocolate chip into the dough and mix about 1 minute
  • Put aside in an oily bowl until it rise double
  • Take out the dough into your working place and press the dough to release some air
  • Divide the dough into equal portion, it’s about 80grams
  • Roll the dough into round, then put it aside again until it double sizes.
  • Turn your oven 180C
  • Bake it for 25minutes (depends on your oven, each oven has different heat)
  • Brush with melted butter 🙂

NOTES

The dough rising time may vary, because room temperature are different in every household. There are ways to make the dough rise faster. You may want to check it on google. For me I dont think is necessary, if your room temperature is 18°C and higher.

It may take longer to proof in a lower temperature, just check the dough now and then to get the volume you wanted. Sometime the yeast smell can be over powering. Adding just enough vanilla sugar can demolish the yest smell and not tasting like vanilla when baked.

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