This is a very versatile dough that can be used for many sweet bun products. For this recipe I am going to show you how to use it for lovely fruited tea cakes. These are delicious toasted with butter. I have also used it for making Chelsea buns, doughnuts, iced fingers etc. I will add the different methods for making these at a later date.
Lightly flour the tops of the teacakes before covering with the polythene to prevent it from sticking as they prove.
lovely moist and light buns...weighed dough balls but still got a bakers dozen not 10...lucky me! dough was bit sticky to work with but floured hands solved that problem.would definately recommend these buns - 09 Apr 2017
Can this be used as a bread machine recipe do you think? I have remade this recipe many times it’s a family favourite. Traditionally it is split in two then toasted and buttered yumm - 26 Dec 2015