Follow http://weibo.com/yanyanfoodtube for more updates on Weibo and follow our more interesting food tour! ! Now enter the season of oranges, so a lot of food made with oranges should enter your recipe. I like this recipe very much. It has a circle of texture with sweet powdered sugar. Every bite has the taste of fresh oranges in your mouth. Um... It’s delicious. This bread will become one of the favorite foods for adults and children. You should give it a try. Oranges are now back in season so get them into your recipes. This recipe is a favorite with its bun texture with sweet icing sugar sprinkled top and a burst of orange in every bite, Mmm... just delicious. This one will be enjoyed by young and Old alike. You will want to bake this.
All materials except butter are placed in a blender to form a smoother dough. Naturally add butter and knead until the butter is fully absorbed. Continue to rub for about 15 minutes or until the dough is out of the film.
Roll the dough into a smooth ball, put it in a large bowl and put it on the lid and put it in the warmer place in the room to start the first fermentation.
Preparing sugar filling
When the dough is doubled, take it out and put it on the panel, knead it into a rectangular shape, evenly spread the mixed orange sugar, and roll the dough from the long side. After the roll is finished, brush a little water to make the dough stick together. Then cut into 9 pieces evenly with a knife, put the cross-cut face up on the baking sheet and cover the plastic wrap, and put it in the warmer place in the room for the second fermentation.
Preheat the oven 180 degrees.
When the dough is doubled, the plastic wrap is opened, and each bread is brushed with a little milk and fed into the oven for 180 minutes and 30 minutes.
1. After adding butter, the dough will become very sticky and not easy to handle. This process must have this patience. The length of time for kneading is different depending on the method of each person or the tools used, but the butter will eventually absorb it. In the dough. The mixer I used has a kneading function that is very convenient. 2. I use salt butter in the formula, so there is no salt in the formula. If you use unsalted butter, add 1/4 teaspoon of salt to the formula.