I am not a fan of coffee, nor a tea person either. But my love for winters forces me to enjoy sips of both on freezing mornings and cold evenings. Being a food lover, I always look for a side with a drink, be it cold or hot. Find coffee buns recipe, scroll down 👇
I don’t know if it is only me or many of you are in the same bandwagon who feel that the food taste of famous franchises changes in different countries. One morning in Malaysia, I got a chance to try a bun with coffee, the taste was so satisfying and delicious that I kept craving for the same even after coming back. Then I found out the same bun here in Islamabad. Papparoti, coffee bun, Mexican bun, rotiboy are the names for the same utterly delicious buttery and fluffy buns. Today I tried to bake coffee buns at home, just to be prepared for my winters. 🙂 I would love to share the recipe and pictures of my first bun baking attempt.
Dough Ingredients Flour 500 gms (approx 4 cups as 1 flour cup is 125 gms) Yeast 02 tsp Caster Sugar 55 gms (Can be substituted with regular grinded sugar) Butter 60 gms Salt 1 tsp (only if butter is unsalted) Buttermilk 90 ml Milk 90 ml Eggs 02 Coating Ingredients Butter 60 gms Caster Sugar 50 gms Flour 70 gms Salt 1/2 tsp Eggs 02 Coffee 10 ml Process Mix all the dough ingredients in a bowl with a spatula. Do not use a beater. knead the dough with your hands. Cover the dough, put it aside for an hour to rise. Distribute this dough in equal parts, make 10-12 buns. For coating, beat butter and caster sugar till it turns pale. Add the rest of the ingredients and beat well. The consistency will be a bit thick. Put the mixture in a piping bag and apply on your buns in a spiral. Bake at 200-degree centigrade for 15 minutes.