VOI stands for butter, SILMÄ for eyeballs, and PULLA for sweet bread. Indeed, it looks like an eyeball. It is full of butter and sugar, and has a very Finnish taste.
However, I sometimes find it a bit too sweet, so I thought of a way to arrange it with lemon, orange, and lime. This will add a refreshing aroma and I can eat as many as I want.
Voisilmäpulla, Finnish Bun Arranged with Lemon, Orange and Lime Flavor
- Dough made from 300g of wheat (
dough recipe, *1, *2)
- lemon (*3) 1
- orange 1
- lime 2
- nib sugar
- Refer to the dough recipe until the first fermentation.Finnish Sweet Bun Dough: Up to the First FermentationFinland is sweet bread heaven. This is a recipe for bread dough, the basis for cinnamon rolls and many other sweet buns.Tips for Baking Japanese BreadThis is a list of tips for baking Japanese bread that can't be written down in a recipe. Please take a look at it before you bake bread.
- When the dough has doubled in size, start forming.
- Gently press the dough 2-3 times to release the gas.
- Take out the dough and cut it into pieces of desired weight, and form into a round(*3).
- Gently cover with a wet cloth or plastic wrap and leave to ferment for 30-45 minutes until doubled in size.
- Preheat the oven to 175℃.
- Cut the butter into 1cm cubes. Prepare enough for the bread dough.
- Push the center of the bread dough with your finger to make a hollow.
- Place the butter in the hollow and press down hard with your fingers (*4).
- Sprinkle about 1 teaspoon of nib sugar in the hollow (*5).
- Wash and grate the lemon zest.
- Add a pinch of grated lemon zest into a hollow, then put butter in.
- Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes until the dough is browned.