Tuesday

Rustic Bun with Onion,Carrot and Bacon


Hello Beauties!

I had to put an end to my bad mood by beating up some dough.I once ate a french bun with a lot of onion,carrot,zucchini and some sort of bacon.I loved this bread and I regret that I don't remember a name.I know I ate it in the touristic are of Paris in a small bakery shop.

The buns turned out amazing.I already had 2 of them with cream cheese and dill.

You need:

200 ml milk
400 gr flour (all purpose)
50 gr melted margarine
1 pck dry active yeast (suitable for 500 g flour)
1 teaspoon salt
2 egg yolks
100 gr instant mashed potato powder

4 slices bacon (diced)
1 shallot (diced)
1 carrot (grated)

Some extra milk (like 4 tablespoons) to brush the buns
some rolled/old fashioned oats


Mix milk,egg yolks,flour,salt,instant mashed potato powder and yeast and knead for 1 min.Mix in the margarine and knead for 2 min.
Add bacon,carrot and shallot,knead again until the goodies are spread evenly.
Let the dough rise in a warm place for 20 min.Or heat your oven to 40 degree Celsius and let the dough rise there.Always grease the bowl you let the dough rise in and always cover the dough with a towel.
Shape little buns and place them on a baking tray lined with non stick paper and let them rise for 10 min in the oven.Brush them with milk and sprinkle some oats on top
Bake until golden brown (15-25 min depending on size and shapes).


And enjoy.

Those buns are superb with cream cheese,but also with a good glass of whine or a good cheese on top.
They can be served with soups or chowders.

I might run into the kitchen and get another one.........
Huggies
Chinchillachannel258

4 comments:

  1. also DAS mache ich auf jeden fall mal nach! ich weiß nur nicht, was dry active yeast ist... ist da trockenhefe?! nicht dass ich was falsches reintue ;)

    ich liebe deine rezepte!

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  2. Das ist Trockenhefe.Geht auch mit echter Hefe ( 40 gr).
    Ist so ein Milchbroetchen Teig mit Leckereien drin.
    Danke fuers Comment!

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  3. Sounds delicious! I'm gonna try this soon.

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  4. Thanks dear.
    Those are really yummy buns.And the possibilities to create new flavor combinations are endless.

    <3

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