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  1. Very happy with today result for brioche buns, I reduced the buns from 150 grams to 100 grams. The first rack was done at 275F resulting in lighter colour also toasted sesame seeds used. The final bun used black sesame seeds was at 350 F. Reason for number of buns was I gave half my dough batch to chef at work for him to bake and eat for his lunch, I dropped it off at 7:30 for him. This 100 g bun size was much easier to put mouth around burger. So tonight I made 6 oz balls for the smash burgers. This time I didn't over bake the buns like I did the first time. Family very happy with today's result.
  2. I cranked up the Grill Dome to see how it would perform with baking and it kicked butt. The hamburger buns were fresh and soft.
  3. Tried a new recipe for a sandwich/burger roll for dinner tonight. They came out pretty good, light airy & ready for filling with what ever you have. Very easy to make and only about 2 hours from start to eating. 350g flour 29g sugar 1 tea salt 1 1/2 tea yeast mix above to blend, than add 210g warm milk 2 tablespoon honey 1 egg beaten 2 tablespoon oil mix medium speed in stand mixer ( or mix by hand and knead for 6 mins), until you can make a window pane, place in bowl sprayed with cooking spray and roll dough around to coat, let proof until doubled (1 hr for mine). Place on floured work surface, deflate, divide into 6 equal pieces, roll into balls, place on parchment, let proof about 1 hr, bake 350 12-14 minutes until golden brown top and hollow sound when thumped (mine in Akorn 12 mins). Brush with butter and place on cooling rack. Enjoy, good stuff.
  4. I love buffalo meat. I made some buffalo burgers with home made buns a few nights back. Made a quick spread instead of mayo this time The buns prior to hitting the kamado Baked at 375* About 20 mins and they're done. This was my second try at buns and results were much better but I think I needed go a few mins more. Bottom Sliced Bring on the meat Coming together And a sammie is born The guts More spread for the last few bites Needless to say it was delicious and cell pics don't do it justice. Thanks for looking!
  5. Bones on the BBQ! Today I was in the mood for some fresh bread! So I decided to cook some bread on my Kamado Joe BBQ. You can also cook this on any BBQ. This isn't too hard to make and the end result is some yummy buns or loaf of bread! Let's get cooking! Ingredients 2 1/2 cups water (105-110 F) 1 tablespoon active dry yeast 1 tablespoon sugar 7 cups bread flour or 7 cups all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon salt 1/4-1/2 cup unsalted butter , softened Directions 1. Pour 1/2 cup of the water into a bowl and mix with yeast and sugar till foamy. 2. Let sit for 5 minutes until foamy. 3. Put your yeast mixture, rest of the water and 3 1/2 cups of the flour into the mixer with the dough hook (tip spray hook before use with pam). 4. Mix slowly until blended then add the rest of the flour and butter. 5. Increase speed and scrape down the sides till the dough comes together. 6. (If it comes apart add one tbsp water and if really sticky add a tbsp of flour at a time till it isn't too sticky.) Add salt and mix at medium speed for 10 minutes (or do half in mixer and half kneading) till dough is smooth and elastic. 7. Turn dough out on lightly floured surface and shape it into a ball then place in a large buttered or oiled bowl and for buns shape into small balls and place in bun pan and let it rise 20-45 minutes. 8. Mean while pre-heat your BBQ to 400 degree Fahrenheit with pizza stone. http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-4LnBqRTtpzM/T2eIRdkrcEI/AAAAAAAAAt8/spixjyk5H48/s400/IMG_0526.JPG Kamado Joe Set Up! Big Green Egg Set up! 9. Now put bun pan on pizza stone and cook for 30 minutes and rotate pan every five minutes. Bread or buns is ready when internal temp reaches 190 degree Fahrenheit. Happy Grilling! :D
  6. I decided to whip up an attempt at home made hamburger buns this evening and was semi successful… I used the bread machine to make the dough and then put together some bun shapes and tossed them in the oven… The recipe is as follows: Ingredients (In this order in the bread machine): 1 1/2 cups water 1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil 1 1/2 tablespoons sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 3 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 cup wheat flour 1 1/2 teaspoons active bread yeast (You can use all white flour in this recipe if u want to) Put the bread machine on the dough cycle and let it rip. When it’s done, take the dough out and put it on a lightly floured surface. Get a kitchen scale and weigh out 9 4-ounce (roughly) dough balls. Shape the dough balls into mini-buns and put them on a greased cookie sheet and cover them with a kitchen towel and let rise for about 30 minutes or so. Preheat the oven to 400°. Cook the buns for somewhere between 12 and 18 minutes. Keep your eye on them after about 10 minutes and when the top crust is browned, pull them out and let cook on a wire rack. I cooked mine maybe a tad too long… maybe not. The crust was just slightly crunchy on this round. I may cook them again and pull them a little sooner. They tasted fantastic…
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