Components (4 people):
- 400 g flour
- 8-10 g of salt
- 50 ml of vegetable fat or oil
- 5 g of dry yeast
- 300 ml of water
Add salt to the flour and mix well.
Add the dry yeast to the water and leave for 5 to 10 minutes for the yeast to rise.
When the yeast has just risen a little, pour it into the flour and start kneading lightly.
The dough needs to be very soft to get nice buns.
Stir for a few minutes.
When you have been kneading for a few minutes, you need to add oil and mix the dough in the oil.
The dough will still be very soft but will come nicely later and will be easier to knead in oil. Leave the dough to rise for about half an hour at room temperature
When the dough has risen nicely, all we need to do is mix it a little into the flour and bake it.
Although the dough is very soft, it can be mixed nicely with just a little flour.
Leave the dough to rise in the pan for 10 minutes.
After 10 minutes, we only need to stretch the buns a bit, and if you want to make those small patterns over the buns that look like a net with a knife.
Preheat the oven for half an hour at 280 degrees and bake the buns for 10 minutes at 280 degrees depending on the oven.
Be careful not to burn your buns near the end.