I have two bread recipes below that I want you to try. I used the same dough I used for the cinnamon buns.
CINNAMON BUNS RECIPE
TIPS AND NOTES:
- If using instant yeast, omit 1/2 tbsp sugar and 1/4 cup water in the recipe. Just mix the yeast with the flour. And note when adding the remaining 1 cup flour, do not add everything to make sure you don't add too much flour. Add 1/2 cup and the slowly add the rest. Also, make sure to add milk mixture while lukewarm since you will be using instant yeast that is mixed in all-purpose flour. Lukewarm milk will activate the yeast while kneading.
- To avoid the hassle of omitting and watching the flour content, I suggest to bloom the yeast even if you are using instant. I find blooming or activating the yeast always gives better result than just adding it.
- If you can't find a warm place in your house to prove the bread, place a tray with boiling water on the bottom rack of the oven. Place the bowl with dough covered with plastic wrap or cloth on the middle rack. Close the oven door and let the dough rise for 1-2 hours. Refill the hot water after 45 minutes and let the dough continue to rise. I find this trick better than just leaving the dough in a warm area of my house.
- The dough can be cut into strips larger than what I prepared but you will need a larger muffin pan.
- If you'd like to drizzle your buns with glaze, combine 5 tbsp powdered sugar and 1 1/2 tbsp milk. Drizzle over the cinnamon buns.
- To read more baking tips,. read "How to Bake BREAD with SUCCESS".
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