Friday, December 13, 2013

Project: Cranberry Dinner Buns

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Lets face it fresh bread is like one of the best things in the world! Especially when they just left the oven and they are still warm.
I love making my own buns & bread and I still don’t own a breadmachine. I guess is a good thing that I like to knead and play around with the dough.

So if you are planning hosting a dinner party or just like me a bread lover, try these homemade soft cranberry dinner buns!
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Wees nou eerlijk, brood is luxe. Vooral wanneer het vers en net uit de oven komt dat zelf zonder smeertje boter heerlijk smaakt!

Ik hou van bakken en zeker van brood bakken en dat zonder een broodmachine. I guess lekker ambachtelijk ha? Het is maar goed dat ik van kneden hou.

Hou je binnenkort een etentje of ben je net als ik een fan van brood, probeer deze zelfgemaakte zachte cranberry broodjes!  


Da Recipe: 1½ cup bread flour (+/- 240gr), ½ package instant yeast, 1 tbsp. sweet condensed milk, 20 ml lukewarm water, 20 gr melted butter, 150 ml milk, pinch of salt, 1 cup dried cranberries

 My secret ingredients c: 

Very practical. 



 Da Steps:

  1. Add the lukewarm water to the yeast and set aside 5 minutes. It should froth up and creamy.
  2. Then add the sweet condensed milk, 150 ml milk and salt to it. 
  3. Sift the flour and occasionally add in the milk mixture and stir until its thick enough to knead.
  4. At this state is should be quite sticky. Knead for 2 minutes. If its still sticky, then add 1 tbsp. of flour. 
  5. Add in cranberries and knead for a good 10 minutes until its smooth, elastic and not sticky! 
  6. Make it a ball, place it in a bowl, cover with clingwrap and let it poof for 1 hour until it doubles in size.
  7. Punch a hole in the middle and release the gas. 
  8. Divide the dough into portions (I got 9) and let it poof for another 30 minutes on a lined baking tray. 
  9. Time to bake! Brush milk on top of the buns to create that brown baked effect on top. Place the tray in pre-heated oven 180° C/350°F for 30 minutes! 
Good luck!


25 comments :

  1. Looks soooo yummy (L)
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  2. So YUMMY!

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  3. Oh my gosh, you are so talented, Mei! *A*

    One of these days, I hope I can make something half as good as this. >u<

    Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  4. Ziet er weer erg lekker uit! Nog nooit zelf brood gemaakt eigenlijk!

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  5. I love your gifs! & great recipe -- will have to try it some day. I also wanted to let you know that I tagged you as a sunshine blogger! Check my post for details: http://kidgranny.blogspot.com/2013/12/sunshine-blogger.html

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  6. Oh my god that gif makes me hungry !
    Sara,
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  7. super awesome!
    these look so tasty hun ;p

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    xx

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  8. This looks INCREDIBLE! Not much of a baker myself, but I've got a whole bag of dried cranberries so this is perfect. Would be great especially on a cold day to go with a hot cuppa tea :)

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  9. Wow, those bread buns look so soft! Definitely have to try this for myself sometime :)

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  10. Ok! I'm literally drooling here! As if the pics werent enough , the final gif just did it for me! You are a great baker!

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  11. that looks super yummy! i will definitely try making it this winter. thank you for sharing the recipe!

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  12. It looks great, I remember trying to make bread with an oven, I never knew I could make stone bread..

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  13. hi there! it has been a long time since I last visited your blog! how are you?
    seems like you are into baking recently, and gosh that last pic is sooo tempting. so yummy!
    thank you for the recipe, I'll try to bake it for this holiday season :)

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  14. I am drooooling! It's so funny how I told my brother I would bake a cranberry bread with lemon glaze when he gets home. How can anyone resist cranberries?

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  15. Oh yummy! Freshly baked bread is the most delicious type ^_^
    Omg, the condensed milk in the mix sounds divine!

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  16. Oh wow, I can see why you love making these, they look delicious!

    Trouble is, I'd eat them all.

    Hmm maybe...

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  17. you look gorgeous!! followed <3
    hope u follow back

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  18. this looks JUMMY! damn, getting hungry rigth now! :D

    xo
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  19. Those look so yummy!

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  20. looks so delicious. i want to bake bread more. after thanksgiving i feel a bit more confident! :)

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  21. This looks wonderful - I'm definitely bookmarking it for later

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  22. people who think my food picspam is dangerous should be told to go here, to your blog because dang it your blog is so dangerous aaaaa what is this gorgeous post ;___; i wish i have a private chef lol

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