if you like hamburgers that are 4 inches across, make 12. This recipe also makes great dinner buns.
OMG This is a wonderful recipe. I sort of made like Hot Pockets. I just tore off some dough and rolled it in a circle, then stuffed it with a sloppy joe type filling.. Baked it at 375 for about 15- 20 minutes. This would be great for kids because the filling does not fall out. DH is already thinking of other fillings for this recipe. Thank You so much. Highly recommended. Oh, I cut the sugar in half.
Officially my go-to recipe for any type of buns. These are so tasty, I've even used the recipe as dinner rolls, just making them smaller. Thank you for this keeper!!!
I have made hamburger buns with this recipe several times now and they come out perfect every time! Great texture and they keep well in a ziplock bag, soo good! A friend gave us some angus patties (he ownes a McDonalds) and I made the buns with them and it was the best burger ever! The next time I was in a hurry and I bought some expensive potatoe buns from the grocery and the same angus burgers were so blah! It is definately all about the bread! Thanks so much for a keeper.
This recipe is amazing. I'm completely obsessed! These are perfect for hamburger/hot dog buns as well as dinner rolls. They're so flavorful, they don't even need butter! I think I've probably made these at least every other day for the last two weeks. The only change I made was substituting honey for sugar. For one batch, I skipped the honey/sugar, used extra virgin olive oil, and added fresh oregano and thyme. It was delicious! I was planning on serving the for dinner, but they didn't last that long. I've also made them with and without the egg wash. They still brown up really nicely without, they're just not shiney, so I'll probably make them that way to save an egg, unless we have company over and I'm trying to show off!
Wow, these are GREAT! I use my bread maker a lot and I wanted to try something different, these blew me and my family away! I even used half to make the lightest pizza crust I've ever had! This one is a keeper!
I made these today and they were great! As suggested by some of the other reviewers I only made 12 buns and they were just the right size for us. I had no sesame seeds so sprinkled flax seeds on some, poppy seeds on others, and left the rest plain. This is definitely a keeper - have already written it down and put in my recipe folder.
Great Hamburger Buns! I tried to cut the recipe in half, but the dough turned out like liquid. So I redid it the exact way the recipe said to. The dough is REALLY sticky when the bread machine cycle is done so make sure to use a lot of flour. I wanted larger buns, so I turned them into a recipe for 12, which turned out great, but required an additional 10 min of cooking to really get the golden top. The oil added twice was a little confusing. I used canola oil for the third cup and olive for the 2 tablespoons. The dough is so sticky that its really easy to get them into the shape you want. These are the best hamburger buns I've ever had.
These are fantastic. I made them into 12 buns and cooked for about 14 minutes. Perfect and so much better than store bought. Everyone in the house commented on how good they were. I did not use the eggwash for the top but misted with my oil mister and then sprinkled on the sesame seeds. I will never buy store bought buns again. Thanks for the recipe.
Great smell - my husband liked them... why so much oil? made out 18... They were thin. used one for top and one for bottom. Directions could be a little better. Help