Top Rated Bun Recipes

Semla
A sweet, seasonal treat, semla buns (called fastlagsbulle in Swedish; laskiaispulla in Finnish, or fastelavnsbolle in Danish) are served in Sweden only during Lent. Emma Bengtsson, the pastry chef at Aquavit in New York City, cuts off the top of these cardamom-flavored wheat buns and removes the filling, replacing it with a creamy almond paste. She then tops the almond cream with whipped cream before making a sandwich with the cut-off top.
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Wendy’s unveiled its Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger this summer in the hopes of creating a frenzy — and they succeeded. Their new burger is a reincarnation of their "Hot ‘N Juicy" cheeseburger with a honey mustard sauce, Cheddar cheese, and applewood-smoked bacon, nestled in the middle of a warm artisanal pretzel bun. Other fast-food restaurants have launched pretzel bun sandwiches of their own, including Dunkin’ Donuts’ Pretzel Roll Roast Beef Sandwich, Sonic’s Pretzel Dogs, and Ruby Tuesday’s full menu of Pretzel Burgers. The variations are endless, so we've given you a start with a pretzel bun recipe. Click here to see How to Make 5 Trendy Burgers at Home
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Because potatoes are a favorite gluten-free alternative for hamburger buns, it’s important to realize there are plenty of ways to use them, like as hash browns. 
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Vietnamese Vermicelli Bowl (Bùn)
This simple, refreshing dish that's a staple in many Vietnamese restaurants around the world was one of my favorite things to order when eating out in Little Saigon in Orange County, Calif. It can be thought of as a "noodle salad" — vermicelli noodles are served on top of a bed of lettuce and herbs, pickled daikon and carrot, and topped with some type of grilled meat — traditionally pork in the Hanoi style, lemongrass grilled beef, grilled chicken, or grilled shrimp. Then, it all gets topped with a fish-sauce based "dressing" that gets mixed in just before eating. Delicious. If you plan on whipping this up again quickly in the future, make a double batch of dressing to cut down on prep time. Click here to see 7 Easy Sriracha Recipes.
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These traditional lussekatter are eaten during the Christmas-season and at Saint Lucia Day in Sweden.
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Sticky Bun Coffee
Want to indulge in the morning without derailing your day? This delicious sticky bun coffee is perfect for brunch and can make your guests’ morning (or afternoon) a sweet one! Click here for more Brunch Ideas!
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cheeseburger
Most of us cannot get enough cheese when it comes to enjoying a classic burger, but we never think about incorporating it onto the bun!  This is a imple and easy way to elevate your burgers using a store-bought bun.
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When "Go Ramen" food blogger Keizo Shimamoto debuted his Ramen Burger creation at Smorgasburg this summer, people took notice. His invention features two ramen noodle buns as the main attraction, with a shoyu-seasoned burger patty topped with arugula and green onions. Although it’s often assumed that Shimamoto merely used ramen noodles straight out of the packet, the recipe is a little more complicated — and the chef has yet to reveal his secret formula. Knowing that making the ramen "bun" involves cooking the noodles, we took a stab at recreating this burger at home, mixing them with an egg, and then pan-frying them.  Click here to see How to Make 5 Trendy Burgers at Home
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  Honoring their religious roots, the Irish would bake hot cross buns during Lent and serve them on Good Friday. Lore further states that some would hang hot cross buns from their kitchen ceilings to ward off evil spirits for the year and that they associated the baked goods with healing properties, especially with strengthening relationships.  
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burger bun
Burgers are a classic tailgate food, but you can kick them up a notch with a seasoned burger bun. Using savory herbs and a little butter, your favorite burger recipe just got even more delicious. 
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I always used to think hot cross buns were difficult to make, and avoided baking them for years. When I finally gave them a try one Easter, I realized they are really easy to make. They will keep for about four days in an airtight container but if they do go a little hard, toast them and spread with ample amounts of butter.
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Homemade Steamed Vegetable Buns
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  Homemade Steamed Vegetable Buns Welcome! I am stella from Sri lanka  Step By Step Recipe   * FOR THE DOUGH: * 250 grams Bread Flour * 6 grams Sugar * 5 grams Yeast, Active Dry * ½ teaspoons Salt To Taste * 1 teaspoon Olive Oil * 130 milliliters Water * _____ * FOR THE FILLING: * 2 drops Food Coloring -yellow * 2 drops Food Coloring -green * 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil * 1 Tablespoon Garlic Chopped * 2 Tablespoons Red Onion, Chopped * 75 grams Carrot (cut Into Small Slices) * 50 grams Leeks (cut Into Small Slices) * 100 grams Prepared Or Left Over Mashed Potatoes * ½ teaspoons Salt To Taste * ¼ teaspoons Pepper * 6 sticks Cinnamon (1 Inch Sized Sticks), For Decorating Preparation Instructions For the buns: Sift the flour. In a mixing bowl combine the flour, sugar, yeast and salt. Mix well about 1 minute. Pour in olive oil and water. Mix well. Now clean your dry working surface and knead by hand about 10 minutes. Cover the dough and let rise in a warm place for about 30 minutes. Now, take 2 drops of yellow food color(use your fingers) and mix into the dough. Then take 2 drops of green food color (use your finger) and mix into the dough. Make 6 round apple sized balls of dough and allow them to rise for 10 minutes . Now take each ball and roll out with a rolling pin until you get a disk (3-inch diameter and 1/4-inch thick). In a pan heat 1/2 tablespoon olive oil over medium high heat. Add garlic and mix it around until it’s softened. Next add onion, carrots, leeks and mashed potatoes. Mix until onion is softened and everything is heated through. Add pepper and salt. Mix well. Now place a tablespoon full of filling mixture in the middle of each dough disk and then wrap the dough around it and cover it from all sides with the dough. Then, pinch them to close. Place pinched side down on top of oiled parchment paper or baking paper. Then stick a cinnamon stick into the top of buns. I’ve done this in the photo above. Place buns in a steamer and steam over a pan of boiling water for about 10 minutes. When the apple buns are cooked, remove from the steamer and place on a dish.Serve warm. Enjoy                                                                                                                                                          
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