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Colourful Burger Bun Pack

A brilliant splash of color may be added to your home BBQ this summer by using our multicolor assortment of burger buns and hotdog rolls, which will be a pleasant surprise for both children and adults alike. Chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants all around the world rave about these items, which are now available for delivery right to your door through our online store. All goods are delivered for free!

  • Vegan Blue Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Red Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Green Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Pink Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Yellow Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Purple Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Yellow Burger Bagel à la Rainbow x2
  • Vegan Charcoal Black Burger Buns, Sliced x2
  • Vegan Charcoal Black Hot Dog Rolls, Sliced x2
  • Vegan Charcoal Black French Fries, Sliced x2
  • Vegan Charcoal Black French F

This is now available for purchase on our sister website, the Colourful Bakery, which offers an online shop for the general public – go here to place your order right away! Alternatively, you may use the contact form located at the bottom of this page.

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A Vibrant Colorful Collection Two Charcoal Black Vegan Burger Buns, cut into slices Bagels in the color of the rainbow x2 Pink Vegan Burger Buns x2Green Vegan Burger Buns x2Pink Vegan Burger Buns x2 Two Blue Vegan Burger Buns, each cut in half. Sliced Charcoal Black Vegan Hotdog Rolls x2

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Mardi Gras Pink Burger Buns

  • A few sesame seeds
  • 250g of wheat flour (t45 to t80)
  • 12g fresh baker’s yeast (or half dry baker’s yeast)
  • 15cl beet juice (or half dry baker’s yeast)
  • 4g of salt
  • 20g olive or coconut oil

Cook 250g of red beets and run them through a juicer to generate your own beet juice. Also available in the refrigerated department of your local organic food shop is juice that has already been prepared.

Cooking:

  • Combine all of the ingredients in a large mixing bowl in the following order: salt, flour, crumbled yeast, oil, and beetroot juice. By hand or in a food processor, work the dough gently until it is smooth on the exterior and no longer sticky. Form the dough into a ball and wrap it in a tea towel or cling film to keep it from drying out. Set aside 90 minutes in a warm, secluded location away from direct sunlight
  • As soon as the initial leavening is complete, degas the dough and divide it into four equal pieces. Form each piece into a tiny bun and lay it on a baking sheet or a baking mat to bake for 15 minutes. Allow for around 30 minutes of rising time. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celcius (360 degrees Fahrenheit) before starting. Lightly brush the buns with water and sprinkle with a few sesame seeds, if desired. Bake for approximately 15 minutes in a preheated oven. Remove the buns from the oven and let them to rest on a cooling rack for a few minutes before slicing and serving.

Combine all of the ingredients in a large mixing bowl in the following order: salt, flour, crumbled yeast, oil, and beetroot juice By hand or in a food processor, work the dough until it is smooth and no longer sticky on the exterior; set aside. Using a tea towel or cling film, wrap the dough ball in order to keep it from drying. Allow 90 minutes in a warm, secluded location away from the elements; The dough should be degassed once the initial leavening is complete, and then divided into four equal halves.

For approximately 30 minutes, cover and set aside.

Lightly brush the buns with water and sprinkle with a few sesame seeds to finish them off.

Before cutting and serving the buns, carefully remove them from the oven and allow them to rest on a cooling rack for a few minutes.

TCB002 Mixed Colourful Burger Bun Range x 14

COLOURFUL BURGER BUN RANGEAdd a brilliant splash of color to your kitchen by including our multicolor variety of burger buns and hotdog rolls, which will be a pleasant surprise for both youngsters and adults. COLORFUL BURGER BUN RANGE Chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants all around the world rave about these items, which are now available for delivery right to your door through our online store. All goods are delivered for free! This brightly colored package contains two of the following items:-

  • Vegan Blue Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Red Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Green Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Pink Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Yellow Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Purple Burger Bun Sliced x2
  • Vegan Yellow Burger Bagel à la Rainbow x2
  • Vegan Charcoal Black Burger Buns, Sliced x2
  • Vegan Charcoal Black Hot Dog Rolls, Sliced x2
  • Vegan Charcoal Black French Fries, Sliced x2
  • Vegan Charcoal Black French F

We have provided our standard colorful box for your convenience; however, if you would like to speak with us about creating a bigger bespoke box, please contact us on 01942 290 760 or [email protected] our friendly sales staff would be pleased to assist you.

Additionally, we sell each color box in numbers of 30 for use at events, parties, and in the hospitality business. Disclaimer: If an item is out of stock, it may be swapped with another product from our vibrant bakery variety, but the quality and value will always be the same as before.

Burger Buns

THEY’RE FROZENFULLY BAKED: We have an extensive variety of burgers ranging in size from 35mm sliders to 120mm burger buns. We can pre-slice our burger buns and sliders so that they are the exact height you need them to be. It is important to note that the buns are flow packed into transparent bags in order to protect them from the environment and to avoid freezer burn. Need a burger variety or LTO developed? Let us know. Instruct your NPD team to get in touch with us. Bakers’ Brioche (Brioche Burgers)

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201238 Brioche Bun(3 Pack sliced) 105mm 80g 75
205110 Brioche Slider (4 pack -Sliced) 70mm 30g 140

Milk Burger Buns are a type of bun that is made from milk.

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/carton
201254 Milk Bun(3 pack sliced) 90mm 70g 75
201255 Milk Bun – Sesame Seeds(3 pack sliced) 90mm 70g 75
201256 Milk Bun – BlackWhite Seeds(3 pack sliced) 120mm 105g 33

Hotdog in an 8-inch potato bun

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201333 8″ Potato Bun HotdogVegan 8″ 110g 44

Rolls made from cornmeal (cornbread).

Code Product Length Weight Units/Carton
500135 Corn bread – Batched rollsVegan 260g 4 x 24

Bánh M Rolls are a Vietnamese dish that consists of a roll and a filling.

Code Product Length Weight Units/Carton
201315 5″Bánh MìRolls 5″ 52g 60

Burger Bun made with light rye sourdough.

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201382 Light Rye Sourdough Burger Bun(3 pack sliced) 105mm 90g 45

The Potato Burger Bun weighs 80 grams.

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201270 Potato Bun (3 pack sliced) 105mm 80g 45

80g of Potato Burger Bun

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201269 Potato Bun (3 pack sliced) 108mm 95 g 60

Vegan Burger Buns in a Variety of Colors

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/carton
201402 Black activated charcoalVegan(3 pack sliced) 105mm 80g 45
201403 Red BeetrootVeganbun(3 pack sliced) 105mm 80g 45
201404 Green SpinachVeganbun(3 pack sliced) 105mm 80g 45

Keto – Burger Bun with Zero Net Carbohydrates

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201430 Keto – Zero Net Carb Burger(3 pack sliced) 105mm 70g 45

Dietary Guidelines for Low-Carbohydrate Eating

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201305 Vegan- Brioche style (3 pack sliced) 105mm 70g 45

Buns made from sweet potatoes

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201265 Sweet Potato Burger -Vegan(3 pack sliced) 105mm 70g 75

Burger Bun using seeds from a local farm

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201380 Farmhouse seeded bun(3 pack sliced)Vegan 105mm 80g 75

Burger Bun with White Seeds

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201223 White seededVeganburger(3 pack sliced) 105mm 80g 75

Burger Buns Made from Whole Grains

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201224 Wholemeal seededVeganburger(3 pack sliced) 105mm 80g 75

Bagel with Poppy Seeds

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
201230 Poppyseed BagelVegan(3 pack) 120mm 80g 60

Burger Buns Made Using Ciabatta Bread

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/Carton
301111 CiabattaBurgerVegan(3 pack sliced) 115mm 105g 75
301112 Ciabatta MuffinVegan(3 pack sliced) 90mm 60g 96

Range of the slider

Code Product Diameter Weight Units/carton
205105 White SliderVegan(5 pack sliced) 60mm 35g 240
205106 WholemealSliderVegan(5 pack sliced) 60mm 35g 240
205107 Grain SliderVegan(5 pack sliced) 60mm 35g 240
205108 Light Rye SliderVegan(5 pack sliced) 60mm 35g 240
205109 Dark Rye SliderVegan(5 pack sliced) 60mm 35g 240

Colorful Burger Buns Recipe by Savaira Momin

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  1. 2 and a half cupsall-purpose flour
  2. 1 egg white + 2 tbspwater for brushing
  3. 1/2 cupall-purpose flour
  4. Lettuce leaves (as needed)
  5. Slices (as needed) of cheese Cheddar cheese is a kind of cheese.

Steps

  1. For use in burger buns. Combine all of the dry ingredients first, then add the oil and combine thoroughly. Now, whisk together 1 egg and 1 cup of milk, and gradually add it to the dry ingredients, mixing until a smooth and soft dough is formed. Now, cover it and set it aside for roughly 35 to 40 minutes
  2. Or When the dough has doubled in size and has risen again, knead it for 2 minutes. Now, divide it into three equal halves and set it aside. Now, in each piece, add various food colors and knead them thoroughly to ensure that the colors are evenly distributed. Now split each color component into two equal parts and roll them into balls. The form of the balls should be a little bit flat. As a result, there will be 6 buns total. (2 buns in each of the three colors) Allow them to rest for 15 minutes on the counter. Now, using an egg white and water, brush the buns with the mixture. Now, sprinkle sesame seeds over the top and bake for 15 to 20 minutes at 200°C in a preheated oven. Soak the chicken fillets in milk for half an hour after they have been washed. Remove the fillets from the milk and marinade them in salt, pepper, and vinegar for a few minutes. Allow it to sit for 30 minutes
  3. Then combine all of the dry ingredients for the coating and cover each fillet with it. Now, whisk together the eggs and dip the dry coated fillets into the beaten eggs. Deep fry until crispy and beautifully browned, covering them with dry coating a second time if necessary. Now, cut the burger buns in half horizontally from the middle and toast them with a little bit of butter
  4. Then, spread some mayonnaise on the buns, followed by lettuce leaves, crispy fillets, sauce, jalapenos, cheese slice, and the toasted top of the burger buns
  5. And finally, add the toasted top of the burger buns. Serve with coleslaw and french fries as an accompaniment.
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Colored Burger Buns

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Type Burger Bun
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Packaging Size 4 pieces
Shelf Life 5 days in suitable conditions
Country of Origin Made in India
Minimum Order Quantity 2 Pack

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Shelf Life 5 days in suitable conditions
Country of Origin Made in India
Minimum Order Quantity 2 Pack

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4 colored burger buns customized to your specifications, which can accommodate any burger patty and are soft and freshly cooked.

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Delivery Time 24 hrs
Production Capacity 4 tray
Packaging Details Individually packed

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Homemade Beet and Carrot Vegan Burger Buns Recipe

  • Organic whitespelt flour
  • 150g freshbeet juice or carrot juiceextract from 570g (about 5 carrots) or 500g beets
  • 250g organic whitespelt flour 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon active dry yeast
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • Optional: white and black sesame seeds for dusting
  • Optional: additional oil and maple syrup for brushing
  • 1 1/2 tbspextra virgin olive oil

Directions

With these vibrant handmade VEGAN BURGER BUNS, there will be no more dull dinners or celebrations! Simple, nutritious, and fluffy, this dish is naturally colored with beet and carrot juice. There is no butter, and there is no sugar!

Steps

For the beet juice:wash the beets, cut them into chunks and put them in the slow juicer until you get 150g of juice.For the carrot juice:wash and peel the carrots with a potato peeler, put them in the slow juicer until you obtain 150g of juice.NOTE: if you want to bake both the carrot and the beetroot buns, you must make two separate doughs (250g flour + 150g juice and the remaining ingredients and separately 250g of flour + 150g of the other juice and the remaining ingredients). The method is the same.
2 Preheat the oven to 180°C / 300°F.
3
Add all the ingredients except for the salt and knead until the dough is shiny and elastic. (I used the program to knead the fresh dough of my bread machine but any kneading program that lasts 10-12 minutes is fine).
4 During the last 5 minutes, add the salt and knead until it’s well blended in the dough.
5 Form a ball, place it in a bowl, cover with cling film and let rise 3 hours. The rising times vary according to altitude and temperature. Let rise until almost doubling. NB: it is not a strong flour so it will not rise like all-purpose white flour!
6 After the first leavening, weigh each dough and divide it into 5 parts of equal weight. Knead each ball quickly bringing the ends down.
7
Put the buns on a baking tray lined with parchment paper about 3 cm apart from each other.
8 Cover well with cling film and let rise for another 2.30 to 3 hours. Once the second leavening/rising is completed, remove the film.
9 Brush each bun with a mixture of 1 tablespoon of maple syrup + 1 tablespoon of olive oil and sprinkle with white sesame and black sesame or as desired. Let the buns rest for another 3 to 5 minutes.
10
Bake at 180°C -300°F (static oven) for 12 minutes. When ready, remove from the oven and let the vegan burger buns cool on a wire rack before cutting and filling.
11 Serve with my baked falafel, beet ketchup, cashew aioli sauce and some seasonal salad or with homemade jam, almond butter or my homemade vegan butter.How to store the burger buns:Once completely cooled, the vegan burger buns can be placed in zip food bags or containers with a lid and stored in the refrigerator for 2-3 days or in the freezer for 2-3 months and defrosted when needed.

Black Burger Buns Recipe – The Easiest Way To Impress Your Guests

Black burger bread with sesame seeds is served on the side. I’m not sure about you, but I’ve always had a strong desire to do some baking. I will bake whatever you want, just tell me what you want and I will either find a recipe or make one up myself, but you will see it on my table. I was taken aback by the hue of these black burger buns, so I had to sample them to see what they were really like in terms of color and flavor. When you encounter a black burger bun for the first time, it’s tough not to wonder what the secret ingredient is that makes it so dark.

And it’s not for no good cause.

It is the use of a particular ingredient in this recipe that gives it the midnight black hue that adds to the sense of surprise when it is time to set the table.

Prepare your stand mixer, a mixing bowl, and a dough hook, and begin incorporating the ingredients into the mixer.

What is a Black Burger Bun?

There are many different ways to serve the black hamburger bun, which is composed of brioche and comes in a variety of sizes. The aspect that distinguishes it from other burger buns is its black hue, which is something you would not expect to see while thinking of burger buns in general. The fact that it is black, on the other hand, makes it a striking centerpiece for your dinner table. Despite its unsightly black hue, this burger bun is quite excellent. Do not be put off by the fact that they are not as delicious as a traditional handcrafted burger bun.

What is a Black Burger Bun Made of?

These black hamburger buns are created with materials that are pretty much the same as those used for making a typical loaf of bread. Prepare the flour, yeast, eggs, salt, and a pinch of sugar, warm the milk, and a slice of butter, and you’re ready to bake a loaf of bread. As well as a particular element that everyone would be clamoring for you to provide them. But, what exactly is this enigmatic element that gives it such a strangely dark appearance? The color was originally derived from squid ink or cuttlefish ink, which was used to paint all of the other elements completely black.

However, the hue black may be derived from a variety of different components.

Although this sort of charcoal is safe for human consumption, it does have certain disadvantages that you should be aware of, such as the fact that it may have an adverse effect on your digestion. On a board, there are black hamburger buns.

What is The Taste of Squid Ink?

If you assume squid ink will taste salty and remind you of seafood, you are correct since squid ink is salty and has a texture that mimics fish food. However, when you include it into the dough, that flavor will not be overpowering and will not detract from the overall flavor of the black burger bun. Aside from being used in burger buns, squid ink is also well-known for its use in pasta. Squid ink pasta is a dish that has an exotic appearance as well as an interesting flavor, making it a wonderful addition to your supper meal rotation.

One thing to keep in mind while working with squid ink is to decrease the amount of salt you want to use with the dough down to a minimum.

More information regarding squid ink may be found in this video.

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How Are Black Burger Buns Made?

So, if you’ve chosen to give this incredible dish a shot, be prepared to be pleasantly surprised. This recipe does not necessitate the use of a professional chef, as the dough and baking process are both relatively simple to complete. It is vital, however, to carefully follow the directions in order to put out the ideal buns on the table for the guests.

Ingredients

The ingredients for this dish are ones that the majority of you already have in your kitchen. The only unusual thing you’ll need is squid ink, which you can pick up at your local grocery store, a specialty cooking store, or a health food store if you’re lucky.

  • 7 g of active dry yeast
  • 3 tablespoons of sugar
  • 12 teaspoon salt
  • 8 tablespoons melted butter
  • 3 cups bread flour
  • The ingredients are as follows: 3 whole eggs
  • 1 cup ml of tepid milk
  • 16g / 0.56oz of squid (cuttlefish) ink
  • Eggwash or melted butter, black sesame seeds

Preparation – Step By Step

As soon as you have all of the ingredients available, it is time to begin making this black burger bun recipe from scratch. Make sure to take your time and carefully follow the procedures in order to achieve the best result possible. Maintaining consistency with the measures is also important for producing the greatest dough.

Step 1 – Prepare The Ingredients

It is necessary to warm the milk first before proceeding with the rest of the process. You don’t want it to be too hot since yeast does not tolerate hot liquids in close proximity. Add 7 g of active dry yeast and a spoonful of sugar to it, stir well, and set aside for 15 minutes to let the yeast to activate. In the meantime, add 3 cups of sifted bread flour to the mixing bowl of the stand mixer. To the flour, add two teaspoons of sugar and one and a half tablespoons of salt. Make a start mixing using the flat beater and set aside the dough hook for later use.

Slowly incorporate the butter into the flour, allowing it to blend well with the flour until it forms crumbles.

Step 2 – Mix The Dough

The following step would be to break three eggs into a separate basin and whisk in squid ink until well combined. In a separate mixing bowl, whisk together the eggs and squid ink mixture until thoroughly combined. In addition to the eggs and squid ink, take the active yeast and mix it into the flour mixture as well. Combine everything until it is completely smooth. At this point, you would want to remove the beater and replace it with the dough hook to complete the process.

Continue mixing at a medium speed until the ingredients is well-formed into a smooth dough, about 5 minutes. Ideally, this section should last at least 10 minutes. You’ll see that a smooth dough has been made. Burger buns that are black in color

Step 3 – Rising The Dough

Using some flour, dust the work surface with the dough and transfer it to it. Work the dough with your fingers in such a manner that the dough is pushed from the outer portion of the dough to the center of the dough. When you have produced a smooth spherical dough, place it in a basin covered with olive oil and let the dough to proof until it has doubled in size, around 30 minutes. It is critical to cover the dough with plastic wrap or cheesecloth in order to maintain the warmth and allow the dough to rise sufficiently.

Put it in the oven with the lights on for a few minutes to heat it just enough to let the dough to rise.

Step 4 – Working The Dough

When the dough has doubled in size, push the air out of it with your knuckles to make it more elastic. Transfer the dough to a pastry board that has been lightly dusted with flour. To make the buns, lightly kneed the dough until it forms a log shape and then divide it into ten to twelve pieces, depending on the size of the bun you desire.

Step 5 – Shape Your Black Burger Dough

Use your knuckles to push out any remaining air from the dough once it has doubled in size. Using a pastry board sprinkled with flour, transfer the dough. The dough should be lightly kneaded into a log shape, then divided into ten to twelve pieces, depending on the size of the bun you choose.

Step 6 – Leave Your Dough To Rest

Wrap the buns tightly with plastic wrap and set them aside for 60 minutes, or until they have doubled in volume. In the meanwhile, make the egg wash by whisking together one whole egg and two teaspoons of water until smooth. With a fork, thoroughly combine the ingredients. The egg wash should be applied sparingly to the buns. You may also substitute melted butter for the egg wash if you like.

Step 7 – Bake Your Black Burger Buns

Use only a small amount of eggwash to avoid the buns from changing color too much. Black sesame seeds or normal sesame seeds can be sprinkled on top of the buns. Preheat the oven to 375oF / 190oC and bake the buns for 15 to 18 minutes, depending on how big you want them. The amount of time required depends on the size of your buns.

Step 8 – Cool Down Your Buns

Remove the buns from the oven after they have finished baking. The black color will be effectively retained, and your buns will be smooth and shining as a result of this process. Place the buns on a cooling rack and allow them to cool completely. When the black burger buns have cooled to the proper temperature, they are ready to serve. More information on how to make black burger buns may be found in this YouTube video. Take a look at this video: Squid Ink Burger Buns – Black Brioche Buns – Squid Ink Burger Buns

Are Black Burger Buns Healthy?

Eating too many baked goods might cause your weight to rise a little, but by substituting whole wheat flour for standard bread dough, you can still serve a nutritious dinner to your family. Furthermore, it is doubtful that you will offer this bun with nothing else within it, so you will not wind up eating only the dough alone. Although these buns are not harmful to your health, there is one risk associated with their use. If you are sensitive to seafood, you should avoid eating these buns since they contain squid ink, which may cause an allergic reaction.

In addition, there is a strange side effect of eating these buns.

However, you should not be very concerned about this; the only thing you should avoid doing is scaring yourself if you notice anything in the dark. Just keep in mind that it is due to the consumption of these black burger buns.

Nutritious Facts:

If you consider the benefits that a single serving of these buns provides to your table, you should read the following paragraphs. One middle-sized bun has around 150 kcal without any additional ingredients. This is not a large amount of calories, but you must take in mind what you serve with it in order to avoid going overboard with unnecessary calories. In addition, one bun provides around 20 g of carbs and 6 g of protein, making it a somewhat nutritious accompaniment to your main course meal.

What To Eat With Black Burger Buns?

When you think about black burger buns, keep in mind that they are comparable to conventional burger buns, except that they are darker in color. If, on the other hand, you intend to serve it with salmon, you will be a hit with all of those flavors. You can, on the other hand, use whatever you want and still have the ideal bun to match with your meal. For standard burgers, black burger buns can be served with any and all of the sides you like. It may also be cooked in a little canape to make serving even more appetizing and visually appealing.

On a black background, there is a black burger.

Black Burger Bun Storage

When prepared, these delectable buns will not last more than a day, especially if you have company to enjoy them with you. However, if you happen to have any of them leftover, you may keep them fresh for up to two or three days at the most. After that, it’s best to store them in the freezer. Putting these black burger buns in the refrigerator will allow you to keep them for future use with no effort. Wrapping each one individually helps to keep them from clinging to one another and losing their wetness.

Moreover, if you ever get the need for hamburgers, don’t worry, you can reheat hamburgers in a matter of minutes.

Where To Buy Black Burger Buns?

If you believe that this dish is too hard to attempt at home, you may still test them out in a restaurant. Burger buns in black are now widely available at many bakeries and fast-food places. Normally, they are offered as a component of a whole dinner, but you may purchase them separately and serve them with frozen burgers prepared at home as well. When purchasing empty buns to serve with frozen patties at home, be sure to buy high-quality pre-made frozen burgers. This will save you time and money.

Additionally, making the burger patties from scratch is not a terrible idea. Cooking delectable burger patties for the entire family may be accomplished with a few simple materials and helping instruments like as a quality hamburger press.

What I Most Like About Black Burger Buns?

Due to the fact that they may be fashioned into little buns that can be served as appetizers, this dish is a great choice for party snacks. Additionally, their stunning black hue will draw the attention of all your guests. Anyone who leaves a gathering without asking for the recipe for these wonderful black burger buns has never been a stranger to me. And, maybe most importantly, they are straightforward to make and bake. Even if you’ve never attempted to bake before, you can learn how to do so.

Do you think this recipe for black burger buns is good?

Please share your opinions with me, and if you have any images of your brioche buns, please feel free to share them as well.

Spinach Burger Buns Recipe

In the event that you are looking for a recipe for naturally colored hamburger buns, then you have arrived at the ideal site. These homemade spinach burger buns are really simple to prepare and taste delicious. The buns are given a brilliant color and a gentle sweet flavor thanks to the use of spinach puree. My version of this burger bun bread recipe is eggless and foolproof, so you can make it with confidence. These spinach bread rolls come out soft and moist, with a lovely crumb on the top.

Additionally, they are ideal for use as dinner rolls.

About the Recipe

I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of creating colorful burger buns or colored bread. So, after experimenting with sweet potato naan and spelt sweet potato paratha, I decided to try my hand at creating this yeast bread using spinach puree. I wasn’t sure how vibrant and green these spinach burger buns would turn out once they were baked, so I experimented with different colors. However, I was pleasantly delighted by how attractive the rolls seemed when they were taken out of the oven. The greatest part was when they were cut in half – they were delicate, vibrantly green, and really tempting to look at.

Make this simple burger bun recipe your own by adding your own twist to it.

For example, beet puree (like in this vegan chocolate beet cakerecipe) or pumpkin puree can be used in place of eggs.

Ingredients

Check out the printable recipe card below for more information on the exact proportions of each component as well as the complete list of ingredients required. To prepare these simple burger buns, you’ll need some basic baking materials on hand.

  • Spinach puree is made by blanching spinach until it has wilted, allowing it to cool, and then grinding it into a puree. Flour- you may use either 100 percent all-purpose flour or a combination of all-purpose flour and whole wheat flour for increased nutrients. Yeast that is ready in a matter of minutes
  • Milk powder that is not made from dairy is used to make the bread softer and more flavorful. Look in the suggestions section for possible replacements. Egg replacer powder- For this eggless burger bun recipe, I use a commercially available egg replacer powder that I purchased online. You may also use ground flaxseeds instead of whole flaxseeds. If you don’t mind the egg, use 1 big egg
  • Otherwise, use 2 large eggs. Ingredients: vegetable oil, salt, and water Topping (optional): non-dairy milk and anything else you like. bagel Spices and seasonings- I really enjoy the crunch and taste that it gives these burger buns. If you don’t have any sesame seeds on hand, you may simply sprinkle some on top.

Video Recipe

Check out the printable recipe card below for step-by-step directions on how to prepare the meal, including accurate cooking times. Make the spinach puree first, and set it aside. Then you’ll need to create the dough. All of the ingredients should be combined in a large mixing basin or the bowl of a stand mixer. Combine the ingredients and knead until a smooth, malleable dough is formed. Transfer to a lightly oiled mixing basin, cover, and allow away to rise until the dough has approximately doubled in volume, 45 to 1 hour at room temperature or more.

Using a gentle deflating motion, divide the dough into eight equal pieces.

If you’re using the everything bagel topping, brush the rolls with milk and sprinkle them with it.

Bake for 17-20 minutes, or until the tops are golden brown and firm when lightly pushed with a finger. Remove the rolls from the oven and set them aside to cool on a wire rack for a few minutes. Warm or at room temperature, your spinach burger buns are delicious.

Storing and Serving Suggestions

At room temperature, these burger bun breads may be kept for up to 3 days if they are well wrapped. If you want to keep them for a longer period of time, freeze them properly wrapped and placed in a ziploc bag for up to 2 months. These spinach-flavored bread buns are perfect for putting together sandwiches on. Make a vegetable sandwich by adding homemade bean burgers or spreading hummus on a slice of bread.

Expert Tips

  • In order to enhance the taste and spiciness of the spinach puree, a green chile should be added. Frozen spinach can be used to prepare the puree. Puree roughly 1 cup of spinach until smooth after it has been thawed. For the burger buns, I mix in up to 1 cup of whole wheat flour with all-purpose flour to make them a bit more fiber-dense and healthful. Instead of using egg replacer, use 1 big egg. Because the consistency of your spinach puree may vary, you will need to experiment with varying the quantity of water you add to the dough. Start with a quarter cup and add more as necessary. Alternatively, you may split them into 6 bigger buns or 12 smaller buns. Baked burger buns may be kept at room temperature for up to 3 days if they are well covered. For up to 2 months, you can store them in the freezer.

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For the Dough:

  • 3314 cupsBaby Spinach or chopped ordinary spinach*
  • 2 teaspoon Instant Yeast
  • 12 cup Nonfat Dry Milk
  • 1 teaspoonEgg replacer powder (1 big egg)
  • 1 teaspoonSalt
  • 2 teaspoonsVegetable Oil
  • 14 12 cupWater

For the Topping (optional):

  • Non-dairy milk (oat or almond) 1 tablespoon unsweetened (sesame, poppy seeds, and other seeds) 2 tablespoonsEverything Bagel Seasoning

Make Spinach Puree:

  • 4 cups fresh baby spinach or chopped ordinary spinach, steamed or blanched until wilted yet still brilliant green (approximately 12 minutes), or use frozen spinach. Drain the spinach and set it aside to cool fully. Then, using an immersion blender, mix the wilted spinach into a smooth puree. In all, you’ll need 1 cup of spinach puree.

Make the Dough:

  • Combine the flour, yeast, milk powder, egg replacer, and salt in a large mixing basin or the bowl of a stand mixer until well combined. Using a whisk, thoroughly combine the ingredients. Combine the spinach puree, vegetable oil, and 14 cup of water* in a mixing bowl. If extra water is required, do so. Combine the ingredients and knead until a smooth, malleable dough is formed. It takes around 6-8 minutes to make with a stand mixer and 10-12 minutes to make by hand. Set aside to rise for 45 minutes to 1 hour in a lightly oiled mixing basin, covered with a clean kitchen towel. Remove the dough from the bowl and place it on a lightly floured work surface. Allow the dough to deflate gently before dividing it into 8 equal pieces. Place them on a baking sheet coated with parchment paper, cover them, and set them aside for 30 minutes, or until they have about doubled in size. If you’re using the everything bagel topping, brush the rolls with milk and sprinkle them with it. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. 17-20 minutes, or until the tops are brown and feel firm when softly touched, is the recommended baking time. Remove the rolls from the oven and set them aside to cool on a wire rack for 10 minutes. You may keep it at room temperature for up to 4 days or freeze it for up to 1 month if it is properly packed.
  • In order to enhance the taste and spiciness of the spinach puree, a green chile should be added. Frozen spinach can be used to prepare the puree. Puree roughly 1 cup of spinach until smooth after it has been thawed. For the burger buns, I mix in up to 1 cup of whole wheat flour with all-purpose flour to make them a bit more fiber-dense and healthful. Instead of using egg replacer, use 1 big egg. Because the consistency of your spinach puree may vary, you will need to experiment with varying the quantity of water you add to the dough. Start with a quarter cup and add more as necessary. Alternatively, you may split them into 6 bigger buns or 12 smaller buns. Baked burger buns may be kept at room temperature for up to 3 days if they are well covered. For up to 2 months, you can store them in the freezer.

1 Burger Bun|260 calories|45 grams of carbohydrates|10 grams of protein|4 grams of fat|3 grams of saturated fat|2 milligrams of cholesterol|549 milligrams of sodium|310 milligrams of potassium|3 grams of fiber|4 grams of sugar|1581 international units (IU) of vitamin A|5 milligrams of vitamin C|142 milligrams of calcium|3 milligrams of iron

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