Kaiser rolls

Kaiser rolls
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This wonderful buns are suitable even for the Emperor! Crisp, beautiful flavor make this bun dough is almost ideal for wonderful sandwiches and an excellent basis for hamburgers. The most difficult part of the preparation of the rolls is shaping. Of course you can simply buy a culinary stamp for these buns, but hand making gives the best result. The process of right forming discussed in detail in this recipe. Try to do them by hand, Kaiser rolls are worth it!

Recipe of making kaiser rolls


  • Salt - 1/3 tsp
  • Softened butter - 30 gr.
  • Sugar - 1 tbsp
  • Dry yeast - 10 g.
  • Hot water - 160 ml.
  • Egg - 1 pc.
  • Wheat flour - 330 gr.


water in the mixerThe mixer bowl pour water, in it dry yeast and leave for 5 minutes.
add ingredientsAdd sugar, softened butter, salt, egg and half of the wheat flour. Mix it all in a mixer for 2 minutes, occasionally scraping the sides of the bowl.
doughAdd the remaining flour and make the dough. Leave it to rise for 45 minutes.
balls of doughLeave the dough and divide it into 4 parts. Roll up each piece into a ball.
roll into a small cakeNow the main part - forming rolls. Roll out each ball into a flat cake.
Bend tortilla doughThe left part of the flat cake take to the middle and press it with your thumb. Now form the petals (there will be 5): the upper part of flat cakes wrap down covering the thumb lightly press forming a petal
Bends to the centertake the right corner to the center, again press.
forming overAnd so on until you have 5 petals. Last petal put where there was the thumb.
leave to riseTurn over the buns petals down about half an hour until they have doubled in size.
bake bunsHeat the oven to 200 ° C, turn over the buns petals up and bake for 15-20 minutes until they are lightly browned.
Bon appetit!

1 comment

  1. April Cook

    I always wondered how they made kaiser buns. It would be cool to make my own, but I don't know if I have time to let it rise. I usually don't plan my meals that far in advance! I might just have to stick to some good store bought buns until I can find some time. Thanks for the recipe!
    ReplyMay 17, 2016 15:58 pm

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