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Saffron Buns

Blossom Lady
Nov 21, 2023 09:31 PM
Saffron Buns

Welcome to a world of indulgence and flavor with our heavenly Saffron Buns recipe! These little golden treasures are a symphony of rich saffron, sweet raisins, and aromatic cardamom, creating a treat that's irresistibly delicious. Perfectly golden and visually stunning, these buns are not just a feast for the eyes but a delight for your palate, making every moment special.

Ingredients You'll Need:

  • Milk: Activates the yeast and binds all the ingredients together. (Substitute with non-dairy milk if needed.)
  • Saffron: Provides a distinctive flavor and beautiful golden color to the buns. (Turmeric can be used as a substitute for color.)
  • Sugar: Adds sweetness and aids in browning. (White, brown, or sugar substitute can be used.)
  • Butter: Adds richness and flavor. (Margarine or oil can be substituted.)
  • Active Dry Yeast: Makes the dough rise. (Instant yeast can be used with adjusted quantities.)
  • All-Purpose Flour: Forms the structure of the buns. (Gluten-free flour blend can be a substitute.)
  • Salt: Enhances the flavor. (Sea salt or kosher salt can be alternatives.)
  • Ground Cardamom: Adds sweet, aromatic flavor. (Ground cinnamon or nutmeg can be used as substitutes.)
  • Eggs: Provide structure and moisture. (Egg replacement or flax egg for those with allergies.)
  • Sour Cream: Adds moisture and a slight tanginess. (Greek yogurt can be a substitute.)
  • Raisins: Add a sweet and chewy texture. (Sultanas, currants, or chopped dried apricots can be alternatives.)
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