Thursday

Delicious One Hour Sandwich Buns

Move over Moomies!



For years Moomie's Sandwich Bun recipe has been my "go to" favorite, but recently my friend Lori on her blog "All That Splatters" shared this one, I bookmarked to make them.
Shortly thereafter another dear friend, Linda, on her blog
"How to Cook a Wolf" also made them and gave the recipe a positive review as well.




When a recipe is recommended by not one, but two cooks whom I admire ~ I just knew I just HAD to make the recipe, tout de suite.
And so that is just what I did. :)



Oh my, they are wonderful and the fact that they can be prepared and baked in about an hour is a surprising bonus.


The only thing I changed was to use Agave Syrup instead of honey, and I used my stand mixer, first with the paddle beater ~ then switched to the dough hook in lieu of hand kneading.






I divided the dough to make 16 small buns (just a bit larger than slider/mini hamburger buns), of course you can shape them into any size you like, and even shape them into sausage or hotdog buns.





Just before placing in the oven to bake I brushed the tops with beaten egg. Some I left plain, others I sprinkled with light sesame seeds, black sesame seeds and the rest with and "Everything Seed Mix".
Really, all you do is mix the dough, shape it allow it to rest for about 30 minutes, then bake for 10 to 12 minutes, there are only a few minutes of actual "hands-on" time.

With a huge thank you to Lori for finding and sharing the recipe, and to Linda for recommending it as well.
If you would like a printable copy of the recipe, I've posted it over on my recipe blog:
Thanks for stopping by... and you really should try these buns! :)


This is my entry for
FOODIE FRIDAY this week.
(You can click the link to see all participants.)














32 comments:

  1. These rolls are incredible! There is something about a fresh baked yeast roll that makes anything taste good. Many thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  2. I just finished printing the recipe. Maybe these buns will finally stop my husband from coming home with the cheapest prepackaged buns he can find. I usually have trouble getting them down :( Nancy

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  3. This recipe for buns is wonderful. THANKS!!! for the recipe and telling me about All That Splatters.
    Geri

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  4. I've never used agave syrup before - I'll have to give that a try. I'm too lazy to do much by hand anymore... I use my KA to make these, too! ;D

    BTW, they freeze beautifully! (Not sure if I mentioned that before!)

    Ms. M, I'm lovin' your buns! ;D

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  5. Holy cow! These rolls are stunning! Amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Mari,
    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful... a feast for the eyes! I love to bake bread, and these look divine. I am bookmarking these and making them this weekend.
    Thank you for a great post. Very inspiring. You share nicely!
    Yvonne

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  7. They sure are beautiful in your photos and I am going to try them...thanks to all you wonderful cooks!!!

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  8. Yes, I saw them at Linda's :) You both did fabulous!

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  9. Hi Mari.....these are so cute...I have a bag of mixed seeds that are just dying to be sprinled ontop of something....These will be getting made tomorrow!!

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  10. Oh my, three top rate recommendations. I have to try them too. Bread is my downfall.

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  11. Thanks for sharing, they look wonderful! I can't wait to make them.
    Denise

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  12. Now there are 3 people telling us how good they are. I'll have to try them. They are the cutest. Sue

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  13. OMG that looks beautiful.....I must make these.....I just love ur blog..the photos are so 'real' :))

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  14. Girlie...I love your buns too!
    "wink"...
    Good huh? Great actually!
    I thought of using agave but I wanted
    to use the honey the first time...next time I will use my blue agave!
    You go girl...and Lori...you rock!

    I just love when we all play together!

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  15. Lovely fresh hot bun...so tempting and mouthwatering...

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  16. They look wonderful and the fact that you can make them in an hour is a good thing:)
    Joyce

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  17. These look wonderful! So pretty with all their toppings. I love how you made them into little "slider" buns.

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  18. This is amazing and those buns look like fresh baked from bakery shop.

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  19. They look amazingly cute! I love the sprinkles of sesame seeds on top truly makes it look so tempting.

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  20. Well done. The seeds make these look super duper special and with huge eye appeal. Beautiful and delicious pix!

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  21. I am always look for good and fast bread recipes. Thanks. Clarice

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  22. Homemade bread is pure heaven...I'm always on the lookout for an easy bread recipe and these rolls look delicious. Thanks for the recipe.

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  23. They are simply gorgeous!! I wish I were as great a baker as you're!

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  24. They look beautiful!
    My mouth is watering!
    I want one right now!

    All the best,
    Eileen

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  25. sweet little buns
    great photography
    glad I stopped by!

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  26. So cute and they looks delicious!

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  27. Mari these are going on my to make this this week! Thank-you.


    Laura

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  28. wow splendidi questi panini!!! complimenti!

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  29. Nice buns! I'll definitely be giving this a try. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. these look awesome...good bread exponentially increases how good a sandwich tastes!


    -leigh
    austineatssandwiches.wordpress.com

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