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#1 Wed 12 Mar 14 1:26pm

user2014

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From kuklen,plovdiv,bulgaria
Member since Sun 05 Jan 14

buns

any recipes for buns.


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#2 Wed 12 Mar 14 9:47pm

lmbathome

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From Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Member since Fri 21 Feb 14

Re: buns

What kind of buns user 2014? I tend to cheat & use packaged bun dough, then roll into balls place in a glass pan. Top with garlic & onion powder & paprika, then bake until golden. I know it's not "from scratch" but it still tastes good & is quick & easy!

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#3 Wed 12 Mar 14 9:56pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: buns

Yes, user2014, what type of buns?

I don't make them much these days but I used to make sunflower rolls. Rolled the dough into balks and put them into a springform pan so when they baked they touched and had to be separated (much like monkey bread). I avoid "empty" carbs these days and have to watch my gluten intake smile.


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#4 Thu 13 Mar 14 10:14pm

user2014

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Re: buns

what is monkey bread.


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#5 Fri 14 Mar 14 12:26am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: buns

I had never heard of monkey bread until I joined an American food site in the mid 90s. I discovered what I'd been doing for years (putting balls of dough in a springform pan) was referred to as "monkey bread".

I just Googled "monkey bread" to get an image for you, user2014. And learned that it's typically a sweet breakfast dish in the US using commercially available dough. Mine was always savoury (typically to go with a family BBQ). Here's a picture from Google:


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