1.16.2012

Rose Shaped Buns

Last year there is Korean series that I used to watch every day, storied about two siblings who desired to make the best bread that ever made by their Dad’s teacher. On the series they showed how to make Rose shaped Buns. 

 
Thought it was difficult, but I think not at all, I’m sorry I don’t have pictures that would show you step by step to make it. I hope it’s clear enough explain it by words. You can use basic recipe that you could grab on here; Butter Roll Bread, or by your own basic bread recipe
Step by Step
1. Make small dough balls of 15g each.
2. Flatten each ball and roll out flat.
3. With fingers, press the sides of the circle to make them flatter and to create ripples (unevenness) .
4. Arrange 6 pieces of flattened dough, half stacking on top of each other.
5. Start rolling from the first piece on the bottom.
6. With a chopstick, saw the roll, it will roll while you saw, creating a fatter center than the sides. Eventually it will break into 2.
7. Place rose buds upright on a piece of paper.
8. Let buns rise to double and steam on high heat for 12 minutes.


15 comments:

wulanasihsetyarini said...

looks so yumm..

Grubarazzi said...

These are very pretty!

Ann said...

Oh, these look amazing! Not only do they look delicious, but they are so pretty!

Michael Richardson said...

A very cool idea. And I am pretty sure I figured out the process from your instructions

Cucina49 said...

Those really do look wonderful! It's unbelievable how much the shape resembles a rose.

Cheryl and Adam said...

Bet these taste as good as they look!

bananamondaes said...

They are sooo pretty. Really look like roses.

Jackie @ Domestic Fits said...

Those are gorgeous! I'll have to try out that technique!

Mother Rimmy said...

Very nice buns. I wish I had one right now with my coffee!

Britne @ Shabbott's Habits said...

I've always been intimidated by making homemade bread. These buns are beautiful though - I love that technique!

claire @ the realistic nutritionist said...

These are absolutely adorable!!

Eating Deliciously said...

These are so cute and sound delicious too!

The Cooking Actress said...

Pretty and tasty! Yum!

Spice Sherpa said...

What a lovely presentation. I'm always impressed with homemade bread. I've never tried slow-rising bread before.

Cucina49 said...

These look so good--beautifully browned and such a gorgeous shape.

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