Stuffed frankfurter bread

The recipe that I share with you today is a stuffed frankfurter bread, and stuffed with what? you may wonder, as its name suggests, in this case of frankfurt.

It is a recipe that you can prepare with childrenSure, many of you love to handle doughs like my little one and then be able to fill them with their favorite ingredients.

We usually make this recipe sporadically and practically always ask me to fill the bread with frankfurt, but you can also put ham, cheese and chopped olives, chistorra, fresh sausage or whatever else you like.

You can make them large, but also in miniature if you need them for a snack or celebration. Because they can be eaten warm, but also cold so they are ideal to have them prepared a little in advance.


Stuffed frankfurter bread
Another way to prepare and enjoy fast food.
Recipe type: Masses
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  • 300 gr. Of flour
  • 100 gr. strength flour
  • 80 gr. of water
  • 120 gr. milk
  • 50 gr. Of olive oil
  • 7 gr. dehydrated baker's yeast (21 gr. if it is fresh baker's yeast)
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • For the filling: frankfurts, cheese, ketchup, onion, chistorra, etc.
  • Beaten egg to brush the surface (optional)
  1. Put the water, warm milk and oil in a bowl.
  2. Add the yeast and mix with the help of some rods.
  3. Incorporate half of the flour and salt and mix again with the help of the whisk.
  4. Finish adding the rest of the flour and finish mixing with your hands.
  5. Knead for a few minutes with your hands until you get a smooth dough.
  6. Let the dough rest covered with a clean cloth for about 30 minutes, until we see that the dough has risen.
  7. Divide the dough into portions according to the size of which we want to make the filled breads.
  8. Roll out each portion with the help of a rolling pin.
  9. Fill the central part of the dough with the chosen ingredients. You can put for example frankfurt, cheese, onion and even some sauce, mustard, ketchup or barbecue sauce.
  10. Close the sides so that neither the cheese nor the sauce comes out.
  11. Roll the rest of the dough over the ingredients.
  12. Place the filled buns on a baking tray lined with parchment paper and leave to rest for about 1 hour until they rise again.
  13. Paint the surface with beaten egg and bake at 200ºC for 15-20 minutes.
  14. Let temper and we have them ready to eat!



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