Chocolate buns are some of the best I know of, everyone in the family craves chocolate buns, and it’s perfect for both everyday and weekend.
As it takes a little longer to bake them, I usually bake them on weekends.
Chocolate is made from cocoa, cocoa paste and cocoa butter, which in turn is the result of cocoa beans being processed. There are many different types of cocoa beans. Chocolate itself is bitter and does not taste very good. Has been mixed with different spices over the years, but it was only when it began to mix it with butter, cream and milk that it became chocolate as we know it today, and is ideal both alone and combined with other foods and desserts.
I spend just over 2 hour on this yeast baking.
- 1 egg
- 1 kg/ 8,4 cup of flour
- 50 grams/ 1,7 oz of dry yeast
- 2 tablespoons/ 30 ml sugar
- 1 tablespoon/ 15 ml salt
- 65 grams/ 2,2 oz of butter
- 2½ deciliters/ 1 cup of milk
- 3 deciliters/ 1,2 cup of water
- 2 eggs for brushing
- possibly 2 deciliters of sesame seeds or poppy seeds for decoration.
THIS IS WHAT YOU DO
Melt the butter, mix in with milk and water and warm, crush the yeast and add sugar and one egg, mix everything well. Add the flour and salt in a bowl. Stir the liquid well into the flour mixture in a kitchen machine/ or stir the liquid well into the flour by using a tablespoon and make the dough by hand. Let the dough rise for 1 hour, knock down the dough and divide the dough into three. Let the dough rise for about 15 -20 minutes, then roll out to square shape. Divide them into six rectangles. Put on the nutella and fold the edges of the sides, so fold each rectangle together.
Place the nutella buns on a baking tray with baking paper. Leave them for about 20 minutes.
Brush with whipped egg and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Let them roast at 200 ° C/ 392′ F for 15-20 minutes until golden. Cool on grill.
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