For 8-10 pieces, we make dough from 350g lukewarm water, 570g flour, 10g yeast, 3g oil, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 egg, salt. I made half a portion and they came out approx. 5 buns of 100g each.
From the water, yeast, sugar and a little flour we make the leaven and leave it to rise for 15 minutes, then add the rest of the ingredients (oil, egg, salt, flour), mix and knead for 5 minutes, until the dough is no longer sticky and is soft and elastic, after which we put it in a bowl greased with a little oil for about an hour, until it doubles in quantity.
When it is risen, we take it out of the bowl on the table sprinkled with flour, we cut it into buns (some flat balls), which we leave to rise for another 10 minutes, on the tray, during which time we grease them with some egg yolks and sprinkle sesame on top. I skipped this step. Logical. :)))
Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 25 minutes. When they’re ready, they’re fluffy. If they’re not fluffy, you haven’t done something right, like any self-respecting disaster. :))) For example, I think I didn’t put an egg in the composition the second time when I tried, as a result they came out a bit hard…
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