August 24, 2009

Soft Honey Buns

This is a sweet bun recipe that is so good that I wanna share with all the rest in case some of you have seen it at Happy Homebaker's blog but somehow had overlooked it.

Besides the difference in recipe proportions, and using honey instead of sugar as the sweetener, the method is the same as our usual sweet bread, no sponge dough or overnight proofing involved. Yet it yields amazing results, soft and spongy. I find that some commercial breads can either be too spongy (that has no bread structure) or too dense. This bread has just the right amount of softness and structure.

I really couldn't resist eating the same bread for 3 consecutive days and it still remained as soft. :) Thanks Happy Homebaker for sharing. Do hop to her blog for the recipe!


teeana said...

awwh, these cute little buns look marvelous.: ) i think i'll be making these soon!

if you don't mind me asking, how much honey did you use in place of the sugar?

Kitchen Corner said...

This looks really soft! Die die must try!!!

missy said...

so cute and cottony soft! wish i could achieve this

tracieMoo said...

looks really good! =D

Aimei said...

Hi Teeana,

I didn't really replace sugar with honey. This recipe uses honey instead of sugar. You can refer to my link to Happy Homebaker's blog for the full recipe. :)

Thanks Kitchen Corner and tracieMoo!

Missy, of course you can achieve, this recipe is good. :)

petite nyonya said...

These are really fantastic looking buns! So soft & fluffy!

Aimei said...

Thank you!