Whole Wheat Spinach Hot Dog Buns Recipe No Mold Required!

How about making this whole wheat spinach hot dog buns without a mold? A fluffy, delicious buns, with all the aroma and benefits of spinach! An excellent recipe to make this classic meal a complete and nutritious dish. Making the most of each of its ingredients!

Panchos, hot dogs, also called perros calientes, is a world famous food. Being one of the favorites by many, they come in different sizes, with different kinds and types of sausages. In addition, depending on what ingredients are used, it can be from a simple and easy food, to a gourmet dish.

Let’s talk a bit about the recipe:

Doing this whole wheat spinach hot dogs buns recipe is quite practical and simple. The ingredients used are few and common, easy to find in any market. It turns out to be a malleable and docile dough, which should not present any type of complication during its preparation.

About the ingredients:

At Integralisimo, the whole wheat flour used is 100% whole grain, fine ground (I don’t use mixes unless I mention it). In general, depending on its brand, it can absorb more or less amount of liquid. So I recommend incorporating them gradually. Keep in mind that the lower the volume is, smaller final product you will get.

The fat is butter, but it can be replaced by margarine, olive oil, sunflower oil, etc. As a result, depending on which fat is used, its texture can be modified. Being buns that need softness and fluffiness, butter may be the best option given its high fiber composition.

The egg is another factor that these hot dogs are soft and fluffy. Although if you are allergic, it can be replaced by equivalence in milk or water. For vegan diets or allergic to lactose, it can be replaced by vegetable milk or water. Depends on what ingredient is used, buns will be obtained from a particular flavor and texture.

About spinach:

Despite the speed and simplicity of this recipe, this preparation has an extra step. Which consists of preparing the spinach puree that can be made with raw or cooked spinach. Also the recipe can be made with chard. As a preference, I choose spinach because it has more leaves and fewer stems.

Whole Wheat Spinach Hot Dogs Buns Recipe

However, if you have a powerful blender, you can save yourself this step by blending them directly after washing them well. It may be that the machine being so thick it is difficult to work. Therefore, to help this process and make the blender work better, add a little water. In this way you will obtain a smooth and uniform puree.

About the shape of the buns:

The dough is soft and malleable, but it is necessary to knead it enough to develop gluten and generate elasticity. This elasticity is what generates the crumb that characterizes this bread. The previous kneading makes the dough tense and it is difficult to work with it, therefore it is left to rest so it relaxes and is docile.

Once rested, divide the dough into equal parts and make a bun. With this recipe you can make hot dog buns of the size you need. With the proportions of this recipe, a dozen standard size whole wheat spinach hot dog buns come out. Using 80 g / 0.17 lb / 2.82 oz of dough for each approximately.

Assembling these buns is simple, a well known technique is used widely used in bread recipes, especially in those that require a result with a lot of crumb. Which consists of stretching the dough bun and then roll up by pressing with the fingers. The ends this time do not close as in the recipes of buns for baguettes or French bread.

About the mold:

Although no special mold is required to bake these buns, it is best to use a high tray. Then limit the free spaces with aluminum foil and beans. In addition, it is important to leave a free space between bun and bun because they will grow (a considerable space for them to touch each other but not overlap).

About cooking:

Before baking, the hot dog buns can be brushed with browning (a mixture of egg and milk). Also, sprinkle with sesame seeds. Baking takes a few minutes and it is recommended not to prolong it, thus avoiding the buns from drying out or toasting too much. As soon as they brown, remove the tray from the oven.

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