Arabiki Sausage In Home Made Bread Rolls

I discovered Arabiki sausages in a Japanese store in London.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Makes 10 Prep: 60 min Cook: 25 min

Ingredients

Strong flour 320g
Granulated sugar 8g
Salt 7g
Melted butter 5g
Dried yeast 7g
Hand-hot water 170ml
Butter (for glazing) 1 knob
Arabiki sausages 10
Flour for dusting as required

Method

1
Keep the oven heated to 35C (for the dough to rise when the yeast is added).
2
In a bowl, put the flour, sugar, salt, butter, yeast and the water and knead thoroughly.
3
Put the dough into the oven to prove for 40 minutes.
4
The dough should now be 1.5 times the size. Punch the air out of the dough and knead it again.
5
Increase the oven temperature to 40C and put the dough back in for 20 minutes.
6
While waiting, boil the sausages for about 5 minutes.
7
Remove the dough from the oven and increase the oven temperature to 220C.
8
Divide the dough into 10 balls and roll into small ovals, about 10cm long.
9
Place one sausage in the centre and cover with the dough, bringing the two sides to the top. Twist slightly so that it stays closed.
10
Place on a baking sheet and put in the oven for 22 minutes. At about 17 minutes, brush the melted butter over the top.
11
At about 20 minutes, keep a close eye on them, they should turn a nice golden brown. Remove, and they're ready!

Tips & Note

When the dough is finally ready, always dust your board or tray to avoid it sticking.
At 9, make sure to firmly stick the two ends together, because it won't look good if it opens while baking.
It looks nice if both ends of the sausage are visible, so don't cover completely.

Arabiki Sausage In Home Made Bread Rolls

I discovered Arabiki sausages in a Japanese store in London.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Makes 10

Prep: 60 min

Cook: 25 min

Ingredients

Strong flour 320g
Granulated sugar 8g
Salt 7g
Melted butter 5g
Dried yeast 7g
Hand-hot water 170ml
Butter (for glazing) 1 knob
Arabiki sausages 10
Flour for dusting as required

Arabiki Sausage In Home Made Bread Rolls

Recipe ID :936 Posted on 31 JUL 2015

Makes 10

Prep 60min
Cook 25min
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I discovered Arabiki sausages in a Japanese store in London.

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320g
8g
7g
5g
7g
170ml
1 knob
10
as required

Method

Prep
1h
Cook
25min
1
Keep the oven heated to 35C (for the dough to rise when the yeast is added).
2
In a bowl, put the flour, sugar, salt, butter, yeast and the water and knead thoroughly.
3
Put the dough into the oven to prove for 40 minutes.
4
The dough should now be 1.5 times the size. Punch the air out of the dough and knead it again.
5
Increase the oven temperature to 40C and put the dough back in for 20 minutes.
6
While waiting, boil the sausages for about 5 minutes.
7
Remove the dough from the oven and increase the oven temperature to 220C.
8
Divide the dough into 10 balls and roll into small ovals, about 10cm long.
9
Place one sausage in the centre and cover with the dough, bringing the two sides to the top. Twist slightly so that it stays closed.
10
Place on a baking sheet and put in the oven for 22 minutes. At about 17 minutes, brush the melted butter over the top.
11
At about 20 minutes, keep a close eye on them, they should turn a nice golden brown. Remove, and they're ready!

Tips & Note

When the dough is finally ready, always dust your board or tray to avoid it sticking.
At 9, make sure to firmly stick the two ends together, because it won't look good if it opens while baking.
It looks nice if both ends of the sausage are visible, so don't cover completely.

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