• Time 3 hours
  • Servings 7 People
  • 1 Spread the flour.
  • 2 Squirrels to be removed from yellow. Pick up a stiff foam with lemon juice. I'll add some water to the yolks, smash, leave a bun to smash.
  • 3 To warm water (37 degrees) add breeze and some sugar, mix, leave for 10 minutes.
  • 4 In the bow, pour 500 g flour, salt, sugar, and pour the creaming mixture, add oil, squirrel, gradually resting flour (you have to leave or less or more than 1 kg). Fix the testo.
  • 5 Leave the test to a warm place for 1 hour. Then revolt and put it 30 minutes.
  • 6 We get the testo out of the bowl and we put it on a bit of a floury kitchen table. We put it in two pieces, each rolling into a sausage and split it into seven different pieces. We're making buns.
  • 7 Drink on the pergament, smeared oil, buns ble yellow.
  • 8 We're eating a pre-heated oven to 220 degrees. For the first 20 minutes, we'll have a couple of drinks without opening the ovens. That's why we put a water bow at the bottom of the oven. At the end of this time, by means of a kitchen bait, we remove the fluid from the oven, and we continue to drip our buns for about 5 to 8 minutes before full readiness, i.e. when the buns get a little golden crust. Let's turn off the oven, and with the kitchen tilt, we'll get the antidote with the ready-to-door dish.
Nutrition Facts
  • Calories 569
  • Total Fat 6,2 g
  • Protein 15,7 g
  • Total Carbohydrate 569 g
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