December 26, 2010


Mix together in large bowl:
3 cups flour
1 Tspn baking powder
1 cup sugar
1/2 tspn salt

Beat together in small bowl :
5 eggs
1/4 cup milk
1 tspn vanilla

Mix the dry and wet batches together by hand (or with a wooden spoon or spatula) until dough forms.
Heat some vegetable or canola oil. Form dough into small balls with your hands or with an ice cream scoop, then drop into the oil. Fry until golden brown.


Anonymous said...

Thank you for the recipe, did you use all-purpose or self-rising flour? I used all-purpose and my buns was really hard.....Help.

9jafood-ADDICT said...

I always use all-purpose flour. if you find that the dough is too hard, add a little more milk. I usually test one out before I fry a whole batch. I hope that helps.

Seshe James said...

I have learnt a few things from here. Thanks for posting......

9jafood-ADDICT said...

you are welcome.

Anonymous said...

Ha! your buns just made me hungry o this early morning [2;27a.m!]

happy new year!!!!!

9jafood-ADDICT said...

hahahha.....Happy New Year to you too!!!

Anonymous said...

Your menus are just mouth waterin!
Made buns using other methods: all-purpose flour, a pinch of salt, sugar and whole milk. Leave to rise for about an hour and then deep fry. It's good to know you can use other methods.
Happy New Year!

Love lots.

9jafood-ADDICT said...

.... Thanks DMBW...I am trying my best, still a long way to go though.
yes... yum buns.... so many ways to make it.

Anonymous said...

Could you please post a recipe for puff puff? I desperately need one. Thanks!

Mary said...

These buns look delicious. I am relatively new to your blog but wanted you to know I love to visit here. I really enjoy the food and recipes you feature and keep coming back to see what else you've created. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

9jafood-ADDICT said...

@Anonymous: you will need 2cups Flour, 2 cups water, 1TSp yeast, sugar (to taste 1/2-1cup) and a pinch of salt. combine ingredient and allow to rise at room temperature for about 2hrs. Deep fry.

@ Mary... thank you much :) .... and thanks a whole lot for visiting. a blessed day to you as well.

HoneyDame said...

If you know how many times i have used this recipe ehn! in fact, one of my friends just finished slave driving me in the kitchen, making this for a bake sale. It is a hit everytime I make it. But is there anyway to get a perfect round shape?

9jaFOODie said...

Awwww... YEII, I am happy the recipe comes in Handy for you. #happydance.
To get a rounder shape, try mounding the scoops with an ice-cream scoop before you drop it in oil.