*  Exported from  MasterCook  *
 
                   WHOLE WHEAT HAMBURGER AND HOT DOG BUNS
 
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 Serving Size  : 12   Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Breadmaker                       Rolls
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
                         -BREAD MACHINE MAGIC
                         -LINDA CALDWELL   (KKPD13B)
    1       c            -water
                         -(for Welblt/Dak add
    2       tb           -more water)
    1                    Egg
    2       c            All purpose flour -- AND
    1       c            Whole wheat flour
      3/4   ts           Salt
      1/4   c            Shortening
      1/4   c            Sugar
    1       pk           Yeast
 
   Place all ingredients in bread pan; select Dough setting and press
   Start. When dough has risen long enough, the machine will beep. Turn
   off bread machine, remove bread pan, and turn out dough onto a
   floured countertop or cutting board. Gently roll and shape the dough
   into a 12 inch rope. With a sharp knife, divide dough into 8 pieces
   for hamburger buns or 12 pieces for hot dog buns. Grease a baking
   sheet. Roll pieces of dough into balls and flatten for hamburger buns
   or shape into 6-inch rolls for hot dog buns. Place on prepared>
   baking sheet. Cover and let rise in warm oven 10 to 15 mintes until
   almost doubled. (Hint:To warm oven slightly, turn oven on Warm
   setting for 2 minutes, then turn it off and place covered dough in
   oven to rise. Remove sheet fromn oven to preheat.) Preheat oven to
   400 F.Bake 12 to 15 minutes until golden brown. Remove from oven and
   cool on racks. When ready to use split buns in half
   horizontally.These will keep in a plastic bag in the freezer for 3 to
   4 weeks. This is the 1 1/2 # size recipe from BREAD MACHINE MAGIC by
   Linda Rehberg and Lois Conway: LINDA IN BIRMINGHAM 10/27 09:24 pm
   Formatted by Elaine Radis
  
 
 
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