If you're looking for the best brioche bun recipe ever, you've found it. I don't mean to put you off by hyperbole, but this really is an excellent, versatile bun recipe that will absolutely take your hamburger game to the next level.
There are few things in this world more enjoyable then a fresh doughnut, served piping hot. Unfortunately, most people rarely experience this pleasure since hot, fresh doughnuts can be difficult to come by
That is unless you make your own.
Don't let the name fool you; this isn't your standard, soulless, supermarket variety of white bread. This recipe will yield you 2 loaves of real white bread that works great for toast, sandwiches or stuffing. It's also a great base recipe to which you can add any number of flavors to take your bread to the next level.
Spätzle is a simple egg noodle, almost resembling a dumpling, that I first fell in love with while an exchange student in Germany. My host mother would always serve the Spätzle with some sort of meat and rich gravy that these delicious little noodles would absorb like sponges.
This is a great savory scone recipe that is simple and quick to make. The addition of the caramelized onions adds depth of flavor, making these scones perfect for breakfast or an afternoon snack. No matter what time of day you choose to serve them, it is highly recommended that you accompany these scones with a strong cup of coffee.
This recipe is scaled to yield 10, 4" hamburger brioche buns scaled to 100 grams a piece. This is a good size bun when working with 4 ounce/113 gram hamburger patties formed to a 3.75"/9.5 cm diameter.
For detailed instructions, please review our original recipe here. You can also watch our video demonstration.
This recipe is scaled to yield 19, 3 inch / 7.6 centimeter hamburger brioche buns scaled to 55 grams a piece. This is a good size bun when working with 2 ounce / 56 gram hamburger patties formed to a 2.75" / 7 centimeter diameter.
To scale this recipe, simply change the yield number from 19 to however many slider buns you want, and hit "change."
This is our "coffee and doughnuts" dessert that we serve at Stella. It's a simple pate a choux base that is fried to order, tossed in a cinnamon-sugar mix, and served with a buttered mocha emulsion. This recipe can also be used for churros by simply fitting your pastry bag with a star tip. See attached recipe for "buttered mocha emulsion."
Screw Superman and his dumb disguise, if you want to be a Sunday morning superhero, look no further. Scratch made, freshly fried brioche doughnuts dusted with cinnamon sugar, glazed with maple, or coated with chocolate ganache and sprinkles ... now that's the stuff of legends.
The best part is, the dough for these doughnuts comes from our same master formulation that can be used to make a classic loaf of brioche bread, hamburger buns, dinner rolls, or brioche bites for you next cocktail party.