(Homemades) sweet buns

After chat with my friend "Lily" i have encouraged to make homemades bread again, she gave me easy recipe to follow. After somany time have failed evidently my sacrifice was successfull my bread expanded complatey and very moist even in the next day, although the shaped not pretty good but i was happy :D Here bread was easy to be obtained in supermaket but was not mistakenly tried to make homemades bread its fresh from your oven! Many thanks to Lily, without her couraged maybe am never know that making bread was not horrible :D

Source from here

Bread flour 150 gr, cake flour 150 gr, yeast 5 gr, milk 125 ml, salt 1/2 tsp, egg 1,
butter 50 gr, castor sugar 60 gr, Extra 1 egg for glazing.

1. Mix all the ingiderents then fold into egg and butter.
2. Knead on a floured surface for 20-25 minutes, or until smooth and elastic.
3. Place in a greased bowl, turning to grease the surface of dough.
4. Cover with cling plastic, let rise in a warm place for 1 hour, or until doubled in size.
5. divided dough into 9 balls then put filling and shape into ball and place on a greased baking pan. Cover; let rise another 15-20 minutes.
6. Glaze the dough with egg
7. Bake for 20-35 minutes in a preheated 350 degrees oven, or until golden brown.
Cool on a wire rack.

For filling option: chocolate, cheese, jam, but i used abon :D (Indonesian beef mixture)


  1. Sebenernya paling enak kalo punya stand electric mixer yang modelan kitchen aid ya li.. jadi ga capek knead nya hehehe

  2. Annisa: emberrrrr itu juga idaman gw sejak lama Nis, tapi ya gitu deh masih nunggu waktu yg tepat dibeliin hehehhehe...gpp sekali kali olahraga tangan biar keker :P

  3. Lia, these buns look so wonderful!!! I hope you enjoy bread making more often, too!

  4. Anh: thanks for ur lovely coments :) hope iam not too lazy knead the dough its really hard knead with hand :D

  5. Isha: yahhhhhh telat sih bumil dah abis td dibawa kekantor :D

  6. Wow they look out of this world, so incredibly beautiful darlings they are..I have to try them soon....those pics are tempting and fluffy

  7. Padma: thanks for ur lovely comments Padma, u have to try it its easy to follow and wonderful taste fresh from the oven :)

  8. Hi lia,
    My salutations to the first lady! :D
    Tasty looking buns! What is that sweet language you converse with some bloggers?
    I too write kannada, tamil, and telugu in english.

  9. Those look great! The color is amazing and they still look quite moist on the inside. And the filling options are interesting -- it could be savory or sweet.

  10. cieeeeeeee sukses kekekekek

  11. Very nice on your first bread attempt! *clap clap*

  12. Hi, Lia!
    Tks for stopping by my blog - there's an English version for it, here.
    I hope to see you there! :)

  13. Lia,
    Well done. The bread looks soft although I am not so fancy bout breads but my hubby saw it and stomach is making noise :P

  14. Good job Lia.
    Shows your interest.
    Looks rich and inviting.

  15. Your bread is so perfectly browned and baked!

  16. Latha: heheheh thanks "blushing". we talked in indonesian languange, and iam Indonesian :D thanks for visiting me

    Kelly: thanks alot Kelly for ur lovely coments :)

    Patricia: thanks for dropping here, nice to meet u ;)

    Ym: ie dunk ampek keker tangan gw kekekekekkeke, minjem dunk mesin roti males ngulen :P

    Little corner: thanks but really sacrificed to made one bread, cuase am kneding with hand :D

    Patricia: for sure i will drop by ;)

    Sue sue: thanks, do u wanna have some? :P

    Seec: thanks so much finally i could made my own bread :D

    Tigerfish: yes and fresh from the oven :) thanks

  17. kempling tenan rotine...

  18. lia, well done. The bread look so soft and fluffy. I have to try your recipe soon since I have some red bean paste at home.

  19. Ag: thanks, akhirnya Yind bisa juga rotiku layak makan hehehhehe

    I cook4fun: thanks. it will be wonderful bread with red beans filing, happy baking ;)

  20. Wow - your little buns look really professional!!

  21. came here from gert's. i love buns. its easy to get them back in malaysia but not so here in the US. ur recipe sounds easy but its rather tough to change fr metric system to the old system tht US is still using. sigh..