Soft and delicious, easy to make and no oil is required. Those incredibly fluffy vegan hot dog buns are perfect for healthy carrot dogs(recipe is coming out soon) and on their own as well.
I hope you enjoy every stage of making this recipe!
Enjoy, but first, let me introduce you to some information about hot dog buns.
Hot dog historian and professor emeritus at Roosevelt University Bruce Kraig believes the term "hot dog" was invented in the late 19th century by American observers of German immigrants, who ate sausages on buns. The Americans joked that the sausages looked suspiciously like the Germans' dachshunds.
At the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition, in St. Louis, Missouri, a German concessionaire, Antoine Feuchtwanger, served hot sausages called 'frankfurters', after his birthplace, Frankfurt, in Hesse. At first, he loaned gloves for his customers to hold his sausages. When many were not returned, he asked his brother, who was a baker, to invent a solution. Thus, the hot dog bun was born. *source
Find the recipe below!
Prep: 1h and 15 min
Cook time: 30 min
Servings: 8 buns
Calories per serving: 240 kcal
Find the recipe & nutrition facts below :
For the yeast:
1 1/2 cups warm water (not hot) (or plant milk)
1/2 tbsp sugar (do not substitute)
1 tbsp flour
1 pcs. dry yeast (7 gr.)
For the dough:
olive oil or soy milk (if oil-free)
Step 1: In a medium bowl mix together warm water with 1/2 tbsp of sugar,1 tbsp flour, and add the dry yeast. Set aside for 10 mins.
Step 2: In a large bowl place flour and add in salt, sugar, and yeast mixture and start mixing until you form a non-sticky dough.
Step 3: Form a ball and cover with a kitchen towel. Set aside in a warm place for around 30 minutes or until the dough double its size.
Step 4: Preheat oven to 180C. (375F)
Step 5: Form from your dough around 8 buns. Set aside in a warm place for around 30 minutes or until the dough double its size.
Step 6: Brush hot dog buns with olive oil or milk.
Step 8: Bake them for around 30-35 minutes.