Need a recipe for a brioche bun

Im looking for a good dough recipe that will make a good bun for my Thai bacon sliders. When I searched the site for "brioche". I saw lots of recipes USING brioche but no recipes FOR making brioche...also any other suggestions for making a good slider bun. I was thinking brioche or Hawaiian type breads...but open to other suggestions.



lorigoldsby October 11, 2012
Thanks everyone! I'm going to experiment with a couple of these on Monday!
luvcookbooks October 10, 2012
Nancy Silverton is my go to for baking recipes. I own her books but can also find a lot of her recipes using google search. Buena suerte!
boulangere October 9, 2012
I use Peter Reinhart's recipe from The Bread Baker's Apprentice for buns both slider-size and larger. If you'd like it, just email me and I'll gladly send it to you.
lorigoldsby October 15, 2012
Boulangere--did you get my message? would love for you to send it (and with any of your helpful hints!) this week...need to make dough Thursday if it must be refrigerated overnight.
darksideofthespoon October 9, 2012
I'm a big fan of my Brioche recipe (obviously, haha.) I added mine to the site. I hope you try it!
lorigoldsby October 11, 2012
Your recipe looks lovely (and quick) but as a newbie bread baker...most recipes for brioche call for the dough to be degassed, chilled and then a 2nd rise. Is there a science behind this? I need the bun to hold a slider patty, a T of broccoli slaw and a piece of glazed bacon.
Lindsay-Jean H. October 9, 2012
There's a recipe on the site for brioche rolls that might work for you:
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