24 April 2014

Poppy seeds glazed buns



Before my raisins buns I wanna try other recipe and I found this in my little recipe book : Oven delicious by Parragon










Ingredients

2 tablespoons butter, cut into cubes
300 g all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt

1 tablespoon of sugar
1 envelope of dry yeast (10 g)
125 ml warm milk
1 egg, lightly beaten

filling
4 tablespoons butter, softened
50 grams brown sugar
2 tablespoons poppy seeds
1 teaspoon minced ginger
50 grams candied orange
1 tablespoon rum or brandy


glazed
130 grams icing sugar
2 tablespoons lemon juice


Method


Grease a baking tray with butter. Sift flour and salt into a bowl and add the yeast, sugar and butter and work the mixture, add milk and egg and make  with your hands  a dough.

Place in a greased bowl in warm place about 40 minutes  until  the dough double their volumen.

Tap the dough a few minutes stretching with the roller forming a rectangle of 30 x 23 cm over a floured board.
To make the filling, beat butter, add the poppy seeds, ginger, candied orange and rum.

Mix all  until either as a cream. Spread this filling over the dough leaving a border.
Roll the dough starting at one end like a roll.
cut into slices of 5 cm. and place them in a circle on the baking sheet. Placing as a joint next to the other.
Cover with a tea towel and leave about 30 minutes.
Bake in preheated oven at 190 ° c for 20 to 30 minutes until golden.
For the icing sugar, mix the sugar with the lemon icing ligero.Dejar until cool slightly before sprinkling with the mixture.
Wait they sets before serving.


 
 
 
 
EN ESPAÑOL
 
Pancitos  con semillas de amapola y glacé
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Después que el otro día hice los pancitos con pasas quise probar este receta y también nos gustaron mucho. Las semillas de amapola le dan un sabor especial a los pancitos, tuve la duda de hacer un post pero de verdad que quedaron tan buenos que finalmente los publico.
Con una taza de té o café. A mi me gusta en la tarde comer algo como estos pancitos con una taza de té.

Ingredientes

2 cucharadas de mantequilla
en dados
300 gramos de harina sin polvos de hornear
1/2 cucharadita de sal
1 sobre de levadura  individual (10 gramos)
1 cucharada de azúcar
125 ml de leche tibia
1 huevo batido

Relleno
4 cucharadas de mantequilla suavizada
50 gramos azúcar rubia
2 cucharadas de semillas de amapola
1 cucharadita de jengibre rallado
o en polvo
50 gramos de naranja confitada o
mermelada de naranja
1 cucharada de ron o brandy

Glace
130 gramos de azúcar glass
2 cucharadas de jugo de limón

Método

Enmantequillar  una fuente de horno para los pancitos.
Mezclar la harina y la sal y el azúcar  en un bol, agregando la levadura y la mantequilla trabajando con los dedos, finalmente agregar el huevo y la leche, formar una masa para dejar reposar.




 

100 comments:

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    1. Aren't they beautiful? Orange and rum? I can almost taste them!

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    2. Hola betsy! Hi dear I was finish the spanish part but I come to see you, these are absolutely delicious, and really love the orange and rum in them:)

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    3. I'm going to pin them to my board. I need to make these!

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    4. Im sure you will love dear:))

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  2. Oh clever clever you Gloria! I always get nervous with yeast! these look so good :)
    Mary x

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    1. Thanks Mary:)
      In the past always I was afraid with yeast but not know, I love make bread, I find is all about time and wait by the dough!

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  3. Yummy and delicious treat........and I love ur plate :)

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    1. Thanks Remya I love these plates and my jar for tea, are like country lol

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  4. Delicious! I'd love one right now! And I have to try making them! Thanks for the recipe, Gloria!

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    1. Try dear, You bake wonderful and you would love these:))

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  5. Again..love the dishes!!!:) And the recipe:)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by mr.pineapple:)

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  7. Que pintaza tiene, muchas gracias y un Bs.

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  8. I am here, have no fear! lol
    I see Poppy seeds glazed buns are on the menu today.
    Beautiful and they look delicious! . . . . . and served so well and invitingly!
    You do take a great deal of care with the preparations.
    I think I will follow the recipe in English - if I tried the Spanning version I would make a disaster of them LOL.
    x

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    1. You like the menu Eddie?
      Yes better you follow the recipe in english lol

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    2. Yes I like the menu very much!

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    3. Is served with a cup pf tea or coffe lol

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    4. Coffee please, milk, no sugar! I am sweet enough as you know!! lol

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  9. Amiga!! qué manera de cocinar! Recién te comenté en una receta y ya subiste otra :) Unos rollitos muy ricos. Besito

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    1. Gracias Pamela es que la de cream brulee era mas antigua y esta es mas nueva besos Pame:)

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  10. Look at you go, all set up neat at your show, and a rooster too. all cock a doodle doo

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  11. ha just make sure you dont have to take a drug test
    any time soon with all that poppy seed...smiles.

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    1. ha! yes in some countries they don't sell poppy seeds and I love it!!
      Hope I dont have to make this test LOL

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  12. Gloria, These buns look and sound great to me. I problem is that my better half doesn't like to eat anything with poppy seeds... Bummer! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. oh Dear well but tell her she can put others nuts like waltnuts nor porblem happens I love poppy seeds:)

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  13. I've never made poppy seed buns. They look great!

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  14. I love poppy seeds. When I was a kid my mom would make a poppy seed coffee cake and we loved it. I am sure I would love these bun just as much.

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  15. Gloria, qué ricooooooooooooo!
    Soy la más grande fanática de las masas de levadura en forma de rollo (como los rollos de canela) y me encantaaaaaan las semillas de amapola, así es que esta receta queda de seguro archivada!

    Sldos!

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  16. Yum, yum, yum, yum.

    I was just typing this comment and my computer wouldn't let me. Then I opened email and I had gotten a comment from you, at the same time I was at your place.

    Cheers and boogie boogie.

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    1. Thanks Ivy and funny!
      We think alike this is the best moment for comment Im quiet and alone lol
      Boogie boogie!

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    2. It is funny.

      Today I told Tim about your ice cream. Going to try and make it this summer. I said that last time and never did it, but I tell you. Ice cream from the store where I live is very high price.

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    3. You have to do Ivy I love made in home Ice cream
      I was thinking in make some ice cream today:)

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  17. They look fantastic, Gloria. We love poppy a lot too.

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  18. Lovely buns, Gloria! And I like your cup of tea header!

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  19. Oh oho oh che golosi Gloria! Un abbraccio!

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  20. Hi Gloria!
    I like teh flavor! rhum and orange!!!!
    Very good job here!! I'll give your recipe a try.
    Bisous
    Chantal

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  21. I miss a good old bun:) Yours looks so good Gloria!

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  22. Tasty little treats, Gloria. Love the ginger and orange in there...the rum doesn't hurt either. :)

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  23. Dangit, Gloria. You did it again, you made me hungry! I love your dishes too. Adorable! Happy day today!! xoxoxo

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    1. Thanks Elsie!
      I love hoosters Elsie:)

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    2. Where do you find them all? Your dishes I mean?

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  24. Looks like something I'd better stay away from... :)

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  25. So beautiful dear Gloria, This is an inviting cup of tea or coffee with these delicious buns. blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  26. Belli e buoni!! Assolutamente deliziosi!!!
    Buon week end cara Gloria

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  27. Yum! They look delicious.

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  28. Hi Gloria. They look wonderful. I bet you ate them all. Nothing left for your hungry blue friend. I'm on a diet so I'm always hungry.

    What do you think of Angie's cakes? I need to hear your opinion.

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    1. Of course not silly I ate two and the others are for friendsand yes is my cup of tea all the morning lol
      Still I was using a christmas jar:)
      Angie made cakes and you post?I have to see!
      xxx

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    2. You ate only two? Don't tell me you're on a diet too...

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  29. Sooo good Gloria!!!! I think they're delicious!
    ...and I like so much the cup!!! ;-)
    Un abbraccio!

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  30. I am off to buy poppy seeds now!
    I just HAVE to try this one...it sounds so yummy!! xxx

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    1. Thanks Ygraine ! I love poppy seeds@
      Hope you enjoy!

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  31. Yummy dear Gloria ~ Have a good weekend ~

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    1. Thanks Grace, was thinking in go to you blog ! really:)

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    2. Not sure if my comment posted so feel free to delete if I did already :) These buns sound so good with the poppy seeds and rum - a MUST TRY!

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    3. Is ok Susan, I think you would love these buns:)

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  32. Mmmm... que ricos se ven. Yo también me apunto a un par con una taza de té.
    Un abrazo amiga y que pases un feliz fin de semana.

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    1. pues eres muy bien venida ven cuando quieras yo también con una taza de té, que lo pases bien:)

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  33. Hi there, just catching up! Everything that you have making looks delicious as always, but these look especially nice - but I probably always say that, but you make me so hungry Gloria! That is a good thing though isn't it. Hope that you are having a good weekend. xx

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  34. Thanks for stopping by dear Amy, hope you have a nice weekend too:)

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  35. these look wonderful love poppy seeds '_)

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  36. Gloria - Poppy seeds add such a bright flavor to breads and buns - these look lovely!

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    1. Thanks T.W. Barrit, yes I love poppy sedes!

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  37. These buns sound so good with the poppy seeds , love them ! Have a nice Sunday Gloria, un abbraccio !

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  38. Buonissimi!!!!! Complimenti Gloria e buona serata! :D

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    1. Grazie Ennio, me piaci molto you stopping by!
      xo

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  39. Beautiful buns! I love the addition of poppy seeds

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  40. che meraviglia chissà che buone!!! <3

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  41. Mmmm, poppy seeds would make an original (and tasty) pastry!

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  42. Que pinta Gloria! tiene que ser una delicia con jengibre y naranja confitada ¡que ricos! Besos

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  43. Gloria…these look so tempting and delicious!

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  44. These look like they would be perfect with a cup of tea or coffee. Yummy!

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  45. Delicious! A fabulous breakfast/afternoon treat.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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