This recipe makes hamburger buns that are as soft as the ones you can find in the store, but more flavorful. I like to make a large batch, and freeze what I don't use in a day. I doubled the original recipe for this post.
Prep Time: 3 1/2 hours
Cook Time: 15-17 minutes
Total Time: about 4 hours, with rising time.
Yield: 20 standard hamburger buns
Source: Chef John at allrecipes.com
Link: Homemade Hamburger Buns
*Note: always use a steel, glass, or ceramic bowl for bread making. For some reason, plastic doesn't work as well.
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