One of the more popular options when it comes to finger foods over the past decade or so is the slider, which is essentially a mini-hamburger. While reducing the size of the burger isn’t really a problem, finding the perfect bun can be a challenge. That’s why a recipe to make them has been developed that will help make them an even more inviting option.
To begin, combine milk, sugar, yeast and amylase before then mixing that up on low with a couple of teaspoons of flour. Then add salt and butter before kneading the doughy mix for approximately 20 minutes.
After using cooking spray on a pan, place the mix in the container and spread it out before covering it in plastic. After refrigerating it for an hour, spray another pan with oil and also wrap it in plastic. Following the removal of the first container, slice off portions of the dough that weight roughly 1.5 ounces and form them into buns.
Place them in the empty pan and spray them with oil before wrapping them in plastic and keeping them at room temperature for an hour. Then, spray them with egg wash and seal the pan with foil.
Proceed to put the pan in the oven and bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes. Remove the foil and then return the pan to the oven for 10 minutes or until the buns are golden brown. Packaging them up for two days will provide a softer crust.