Recipe says 175COven probably too hot
Hardly, I'm the original matchstick man!Or you made your buns too big.
They are about the right size. The original recipe was for 8, I halved proportion and made only 4.Maybe the dough should of been divided into more buns which being smaller would of cooked through.
Great idea, I'll give it a go.For your current batch, maybe a minute in the microwave would cook the middle & warm then nicely for eating
You're forgetting I'm in Ukraine! All our bakeries have here are only decorated sponge cakesI recommend a visit to the bakery Jaycey.
I haven't got any
I've amended the original recipe taking all the above good advice to heart.Don't give up. Try again another day or find another recipe.
In the UK we have hot cross buns, which were once only available around Easter. They are now on sale 365 days a year. I make my own from time to time, but they always turn out heavy compared to shop brought ones, but still taste great
Make sure they rise enough after neading the second time before they go in the oven. I wouldn't turn the oven to low.I cooked @ 175C for 30 minutes.
Next time 150C for 40 minutes - does that sound about right?
(I have a meat thermometer but no oven thermometer so the thermostat may be at fault)
Got it thanks will try but without the cross - will the baking gods strike me down?I sent you an email Jaycey try it.
That's one thing we have found we bought a profile cooker they are looked on as cheap 16 years ago but not everyone knows bosch makes them or did but cooks even all around.Wow, I couldn't live without cinnamon. I love it. Just drinking a cappuccino topped with cinnamon sugar & there is nothing better than a cinnamon bun or a Moroccan tagine with chicken, chickpeas, apricots & cinnamon, apple pie with cinnamon.
Maybe when you make your next batch of buns, just cook a single bun at a lower temperature to see if it is successful. All ovens are different. My fan oven is meant to provide an even temperature, but in reality anything in the back left hand corner of the tray comes out more browned, so I always have to spin my baking tray around towards the end of cooking to even up the cooking.
I think 'Profilo' products are made with German parts but assembled in Turkey, as opposed to Bosch and Siemens which are assembled by Turks in Germany!That's one thing we have found we bought a profile cooker they are looked on as cheap 16 years ago but not everyone knows bosch makes them or did but cooks even all around.