Top Rated Bun Recipes

potato hamburger buns
Want to take your burgers to the next level? Make your own potato buns from scratch.This recipe by Robin Mather originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
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We're all guilty of it — buying too many hamburger and hot dog buns for the summer barbecue only to be left with almost a whole pack left over. Don't toss those buns out! Use them to make delicious croutons.
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currant buns
Currants are substituted for raisins in this sweet yeast bun recipe.This recipe by Leah Eskin was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Easy Hot Cross Buns
Treat yourself to hot cross buns for breakfast with this easy recipe. Drizzle homemade icing with cinnamon sugar and raisins over buttermilk biscuits for a delectable treat.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Quickie Sticky Buns recipe - The Daily Meal
If you don't have time to make dough from scratch, these quickie sticky buns are a terrific substitute. The refrigerator dough not only gives a perfect texture to these buns but also allows you to make them in minutes rather than hours. In almost no time at all your house will be filled with the heavenly aroma of cinnamon and sugar, and out of the oven will appear a pan of gooey, sweet morsels that are bound to please everyone.This recipe is from Helen Braun of Charleston, South Carolina, and was originally published in the Hartford Courant.
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These delicious sticky buns are the perfect addition to your breakfast or dessert table. Oozing with ginger flavor and caramel-peacan glaze, these rolls are sure to sweeten up your day. This recipe is courtey of Ready Set Eat.
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These cranberry pecan breakfast buns will make the whole house smell like an autumn candle.Courtesy of In The Raw brand
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Gluten-Free Hot Cross Buns
For anyone with gluten allergies or simply looking to avoid gluten, these sweet and soft buns taste just great without it.This recipe is courtesy of Catherine Pappas, Living the Gourmet.
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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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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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Sloppy Joe
What’s better than having a few beers and a tasty sloppy joe? This recipe is hearty, filling, and can be made before the tailgate. Make the sloppy joe meat before your leave for the tailgate, put it in Tupperware, and assemble them there.
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Barbecued Rainbow Carrot Buns from Dirt Candy
An ingenious vegetarian chef, Amanda Cohen uses fresh carrot juice to replace water in her dough, giving the Cantonese-style steamed buns their vibrant color and sweet taste. Filled with garlic and ginger-seasoned barbecued carrots, these bite-sized, plump morsels are dipped in a carrot-and-hoisin reduction (the rainbow-like arc across the plate) and paired with a crispy white carrot, cucumber, ginger and sesame salad. — Yasmin Fahr Click here to see the Dirt Candy Vegetarian Carrot Buns Slideshow.
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