Vegan Burger Bun Recipe
also Hot Dog Buns and Sandwich Rolls

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Vegan Burger Bun Recipe

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Ingredients

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19 oz Bread Flour
3 Tablespoons Sugar
2 Teaspoons Active Yeast
2 oz Vegan Butter melted
1.5 Teaspoons Salt
12 oz Almond Milk At room temperature

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  • Bread

Oh, go on with yourself. Vegan style, the Vegan Chop House way. The home of crazy good food.

  • 3 hrs
  • Serves 10
  • Medium

Ingredients

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Steps

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Ingredients

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First rule of bread making: You should weigh your ingredients when possible. Making bread is an exercise in science. No reason to get scared, if we know the rules and stick to them. The good news is that once we understand how to work within the rules, a whole new world opens to us.

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Place a kitchen mixer bowl onto the kitchen scale. Zero the scale. Add 19 Ounces of unbleached bread flour. Add 3 tablespoons of sugar. Place the mixing bowl onto the mixer. Place the beater attachment onto the mixer. Mix on a low speed. Add 2 teaspoons of instant yeast. Continue to mix for 1 minute. Add 1.5 teaspoons of salt. Continue to mix. Add 2 ounces of vegan butter. Continue to mix for 3 minutes. The butter should be completely mixed into the flour. Add 1.5 cups of milk to the bowl. Depending on the season and the climate, the amount of milk will vary by up to 2 tablespoons up and down to reach the right consistency. So always hold onto the last 2 tablespoons until you can see how the dough is coming together. Practice makes perfect. Recognizing the variations becomes second nature. Mix for 2 minutes.

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Replace the beater attachment with the dough hook. Mix on a medium-low speed for 6 minutes. Do not turn off until you are ready to transfer to the next bowl. By the end of 6 minutes the dough should be tacky. Moving with the hook as it spins around the bowl, and sticking to the bottom if you stop the hook from rotating.

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Take a medium sized bowl and spray lightly with oil. Spray your hands with oil. Be ready with one hand to take the weight of the dough from the hook, once the hook stops rotating. Turn the mixer off and raise the hook from the bowl. Quickly place a hand under the dough. With the other hand, slide your fingers down the hook, removing the dough from the hook. Take the dough and shape gently into a ball within your hands. Place the dough into the new bowl. Spray the dough lightly with oil. Cover loosely with plastic wrap. Leave for 60 to 90 minutes to proof/rise until the dough doubles in size.

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Place the dough onto a lightly floured surface. Using the scale to measure, cut the dough into 3.5 ounce pieces. This should give you 10 pieces.

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Place parchment paper onto a large baking tray. Roll the pieces of dough into balls. The trick is to keep stretching the skin across the top, pulling to the bottom. This is done by placing the ball in the valley between both hands. As one hand strokes the dough in small movements the other hand is staying still, creating a little resistance and turning the dough simultaneously. Better understood through visual imagery. The goal isn’t to create dough balls. The goal is to create a stretched surface across the dough ball. Place the balls onto the baking sheet, allowing 4 inches between each ball. Gently push down on each ball. Mist lightly with oil and cover with a kitchen towel. Allow to rest for 20 minutes.

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Press down slightly on the dough so that the balls start to take on a bun/roll shape. For hot dog buns, elongate. Preheat the oven to bake at 400 F/ 206 C.

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Spray the dough lightly with oil, cover with the kitchen cloth and let rest until the dough doubles in size. It can take between 30 minutes to 90 minutes depending on temperature, humidity.

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Place the tray into the oven and bake for 15 minutes. The rolls/buns should be golden brown, with an internal temperature of 180 F/ 82 C. Remove from the oven and place onto a cooling rack for at least 15 minutes. After 15 minutes cut one in half and spread with a little vegan butter. Enjoy.

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