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Cute Gudetama deco pull-apart buns! These buns are baked at a lower temperature to retain the bright colors.
I’m really happy to have stumbled on this fluffy white bread recipe. It can be challenging to make these Gudetama character deco pull-apart buns – you need to be careful of the placement of the dough since they are going to proof (and expand).
It’s also an egg-free recipe, so it’s a good recipe for kids who are allergic towards egg.
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Is It Difficult to Shape The Gudetama Buns?
You just need to divide the white bread dough into 9 portions, roll them into rounds. For the yellow bread dough, you just need to roll them into random round shape for the Gudetama characters.
You can proof the Gudetama characters separately. After proofing ends, simply light brush the surface of the white dough with some water where you will be sticking the yellow dough on, and place the yellow dough on it.
I piped the melted chocolate after baking and cooling.
How Can I Bake These Buns?
These buns are baked at a lower temperature in the oven, so that they retain the colors as much as possible. If your bread gets brown in the middle of baking, you can move the tray and baking rack down, or tent the pan with aluminum foil or baking paper.
I find baking at 140C quite ok for my oven – just remember to lower the temperature to 140C after preheating the oven at 180C.
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