Deliciously soft and fluffy Homemade Mini Burger Buns topped with sesame seeds and nigella seeds. Perfect for picnic parties and BBQ. A must try recipe!!
Update your boring weeknight meal with homemade mini burger buns. Yes, you heard me right, homemade burger buns in your kitchen – how exciting!
Compare to regular buns; these mini burger buns are smaller in size. But can you make regular size hamburger buns with the same recipe? Of course, you can!
What makes up these homemade mini burger buns?
To make these cuties, all you need is flour, yeast, warm water, and a few extra ingredients. They bake beautifully with a crusty top and a soft interior. Just the way I like them – I prefer to eat smaller meals, and these mini burger buns fit the bill quite well.
Making bread/bun is not time-consuming, it’s the dough rise time that makes it look like a long, tedious process.
Well, it’s worth the wait.
Few tips to keep in mind while baking a bread/bun!
- Three steps are essential – rise – shape – rise. Give your dough enough time to rise.
- During the rising time – yeast ferments /eats the sugar and turns the sugar into carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide from yeast creates bubbles/gas which makes the dough rise.
- If you rush through this step, your bread/buns will turn dense.
- It’s the rising time that adds flavor and texture to the bread/bun.
- For best results place the dough (for fermentation) in a slightly warm oven.
- If the dough gets a warm environment it will rise faster and beautifully.
Rule of thumb – The warmer the temperature, the faster the dough expands (rise).
How to eat these freshly baked buns?
I am pairing these tasty homemade mini burger buns with my homemade Quinoa and black bean patty.
Will top these fabulous burger buns with sriracha mayo, onions, lettuce and tomatoes for some extra crunch and flavor!
Quinoa and black bean patty recipe which is loaded with nutrients and a secret ingredient.
Try your hands on these little cuties and if you happen to make this recipe, please leave me a comment below. If you have any questions I would be happy to answer them.