I've made these buns twice now. The second time I cut down the sugar substantially to about 2 Tbsp (I'm not a big fan of sweet buns). It worked like a charm. So fluffy and delicious. Thanks!
Another great recipe Len! I made these tonight using the dough setting on the bread machine. Perfect!!! This is the best hamburger bun recipe I've tried. Thanks for sharing a recipe I'll use for all the burgers I make. Made for PAC Spring 2010.
Wonderful! Great for hamburger buns. We are actually going to try them as rolls tonight with dinner. I just did water w/yeast and sugar then added the olive oil, then added all the dry mixed together. Good directions on kneading and resting!
Great recipe! Super easy directions to follow. I'll increase the wheat next time - yum!
Wonderful buns! I used the dough cycle on my bread machine and the results were excellent. This is a keeper for us. I'll also be making cloverleaf dinner rolls with this dough. It's much better than the recipe I was using. Thanks for a great recipe!
These were good, and better for us than store bought. Thanks for the tip onforming the dough into the roll shape. Once I got the hang of it, they really looked like hamburger buns are supposed to look!
The hamburger buns are great! I followed your directions to a "T" and was rewarded with delicious, pillowy hamburger buns that were surprising sturdy for how soft they were. I weighed my flour as well, but as far as I could tell your alternate US measurements were right on. For both steps 9 and 12 I let the dough rise for 1 hour. Thanks for sharing, this is a keeper recipe :) Nick's Mom