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Hamburger or Sandwich Buns — 22 Comments

  1. I learned how to do these knotted rolls on YouTube watching several videos and using the best ideas from them… BUT… I used my roll recipe found by clicking the picture or the links. I just love this recipe and it’s a winner at home. It up there with my sour dough Polish Rye bread ? recipe.

  2. To find out the answer to the name of the restaurant franchise asked above, Click on the picture above.

    If any of the newer members here in our group have not visited the https://SlavicCooking.com Informational and Recipe Sharing Blog, please take a moment and check it out. What I do there is not just post recipes, but I research the history of many of the traditional ethnic dishes. It’s not just recipe after recipe. This takes time to do which is why when I find a recipe I want to find out where it came from and how it came to the region. Or maybe there is a traditional use for a dish. Please, take a moment and read about my – YOUR – heritage! Learn some interesting facts. Just click on a recipe and see more than just how many cups of flour are used.

  3. And I added plenty of bacon probably for his liking including grilling the patties in the same grease of the bacon drippings… but remember, this post is about the bun, not the burger. LOL

  4. Even though today is National Pizza Day you can make a Pizza Burger using these buns… use pizza or spaghetti sauce instead of ketchup. Top it off with mozzarella cheese, lots of bacon and pepperoni. (y)

  5. Even though today is National Pizza Day you can make a Pizza Burger using these buns… use pizza or spaghetti sauce instead of ketchup. Top it off with mozzarella cheese, lots of bacon and pepperoni. (y)

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