Introduction: Steamed Bun Roses

These pretty colorful steamed buns are a fun way to brighten your breakfast table or tea time.

Step 1:

Ingredients:

500g White flour

2Tbs Sugar

1 instant yeast sachet

50gm butter

1-1.5cups warm milk

vanilla essence.

food colors

Step 2:

Put all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and knead well to a firm dough.

Keep aside for an our or two till the dough rises to almost double its size.

Beat the dough to release all air and then knead again.

Divide the dough into portions and knead each portion with food color to get the desired color.

Step 3:

from a single colored portion cut the dough into small balls around the side of a lemon.

Roll out the dough balls into small circles - not too thin.

Or you can roll out a large sheet and cut out circles with a circular cookie cutter.

Place these circles overlapping slightly at the borders over each other

Step 4:

Place these circles overlapping slightly at the borders over each other.

From the last circle start rolling in the circles till all the circles are rolled up.

With a butter knife cut vertically the the center of each roll.....voila! you have 2 roses already.

Step 5:

Follow the same procedure for all the colored portions. You can also mix up colors to give shaded roses or rainbow roses.

Step 6:

Add water to your steamer.

Grease the steaming tray and place each rose in it carefully allowing enough room at the side for them to expand.

Put the lid on and steam.

I use a microwave steamer which takes exactly 5.30 minutes at 850W.

After the steaming is done allow the vessel to cool and open up. remove the buns.

Bon appetite!

Comments

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buildandsewandstuff made it! (author)2015-06-15

These are so cute! You could use rose water as a seasoning to make them fragrant! Could you place pepperoni slices on top of each "petal" before you roll them up? How long does it take to steam them on top of the stove - I don't have a micro-safe steamer. Nice photos and very clear instructions - good job!

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Sunglowart made it! (author)Sunglowart2015-06-15

Yes the idea with rosewater is appealing .Infact i was thinking of glazing them with sugar and rose water.

I do not understand the idea of placing pepperoni on top. the buns are slightly sweetish, i do not think tastewise pepperoni would work well, by color of course will look nice.

I suppose a stove top steamer would take around 10-15mins.

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DIY Hacks and How Tos made it! (author)2015-06-14

These would make great center piece appitizers

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Sunglowart made it! (author)Sunglowart2015-06-15

yes. thanks

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