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Cheesy chicken floss cuppy buns...芝士鸡松杯面包

 ~A bun in a cup..interesting ahh...可爱的杯子面包~

This is a very interesting cup bun. 

~Side view of this bun....旁边看看也可爱~


~Make a total of 12 cups...做了12个小杯~

pic a ~ 1) Shaped into small round dough.
2) Flatten it with a rolling pin.
3) Spread the chicken floss and mayo filling on.
4) Roll it up like a swiss roll and sealed the edges.


pic b ~ 1) Rolled into a swiss roll.
2) Make 2 slits on the roll like pic 2.
3) Twist the first piece upright then the second and the third.
4) Put into the paper casing and let it proof for 45 minutes or double in size.

Chessy chicken floss cuppy buns


recipe source: Its a chinese version book simple translated as 
"Simple home bake bread and buns"
(简易家庭面包制作...王志雄. 游纯雄/合者)


Method: Straight dough 

Ingredients:
500g bread flour
80g castor sugar
6g sea salt
10g instant yeast (i use 2 tsp)
30g butter
1 egg (50g)
250ml water (i used 100ml milk and 150ml water)

To Do:

  • Mix all the ingredients together to form into a rough dough. (keep 30 ml of the liquid/water to add into the dough later)
  • Knead the cubed butter into the dough until it form into a smooth dough.
  • Keep kneading until the dough is elastic and check if it pass the windowpane test.
(i did not follow the above steps. Just let my bread maker do the job.)

  • Divide the into 50g smaller doughs and rolled round. Cover and rest for 10 minutes.
  • Rolled the doughs as at above pictures and let it proof for 45 minutes or double the size.
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 190C for 15 minutes.



~Enjoy~

Comments

  1. Look at that...the buns bursting out beautiful like a flower! I bet these buns are very yummy. I loves cheese buns.

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  2. WOW! Are these really buns? Look a beautiful flower to me!

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  3. Hello my dear ~~~ where is my share??

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  4. 像是盛开的花朵,漂亮哦!

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  5. Hi Mui Mui! Although this is not part of the LTU event, I still give you my 2 big thumbs up! :D

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  6. 这个面包。。有可爱咯!宝贝

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  7. Your pork floss buns look so good!

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  8. mui mui, the buns are so cute and puffy! Must be very nice to eat :)

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  9. Doreen, these are so cute la. I would love to have some for tea time :) what a clever idea to make them in a cup, irresistable to take a bite.

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  10. Aw, is this from a 5-star bakery? send me some, won't you?

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  11. Look like pots of beautiful flowers, lovely!

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  12. Nowaday i never make liao, my bun are all buy from outside...

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  13. Very cute buns and I like the beautiful strawberries cup liners :)

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  14. Yes, it's cute little cheesy bun. With additional chicken floss taste great! Keep one for me for bfast ya!

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  15. Those cute and delicious buns are perfectly-baked , Doreen ! I'd like to have a bun or more , please :D

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  16. That's very innovative of you to put the buns in the paper cup. So pretty!

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  17. My favorite, chicken floss buns, yummy yummy! :)

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  18. Flower blossom in a cupcake liner! Very cute & good idea!

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  19. I was waiting for you to show the inside of the buns lol! Looks delicious!

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  20. Nice to have this for breakfast, your bread look so cute in cupcake liner, hehehe..

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  21. These buns are lovely. I like making them in this shape too...but in bigger size for my big appetite family! hahaha....Wish you a lovely Sunday and thanks for sharing.

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  22. 我也要一个!!太棒了!Bookmarked too:))

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  23. Hi Doreen,

    It's just 2 weeks that I'm gone and it's so long that we have not been "chatting".

    These buns looks lovely. Jess is right! They look like flowers to me too.

    Zoe

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