This recipe makes great baps for sandwiches. For a nice presentation, sprinkle with poppy or sesame seeds before baking.
These have turned out perfectly. I've tried other recipes with more ingredients such a milk that produce a dough which seems to contract but these stay true to size and shape. I made mine to have with burgers and the recipe produced 7 extra large baps. like other commenters I only used 1.5 tbsp of caster sugar. I forgot about the last stage of glazing or dusting them before baking but they've browned nicely I will definitely use this again, I gave up making rolls for the kids packed lunches as the recipe I used made very small dense buns but this is so easy! - 27 Oct 2012
I made this recipe last night, but didn't make it into baps. I shaped the dough into an oval loaf instead and baked it for 25 minutes. It was delicious! I did take heed of other reviewers and added about half of the sugar and it was a very tasty bread. Served it with a salad and cold sliced pork. Definitely make this again and will also try the baps next time. Can't get these in the US but remember eating them when I was a child. - 15 Aug 2012
Altered ingredient amounts. I doubled the recipe, but only put in 4 tablespoons of sugar. The result was really lovely, but if you don't like a slightly sweet dough, you could reduce the sugar by half eg 800g of flour to 3 tbs of sugar - 22 Sep 2009