When you think about making a hamburger at home, have you ever been in trouble because you didn't sell the right size “buns”?Of course, they are often sold in stores, but since eggs, milk, butter, etc. are often used as raw materials for bread, not only are the buns (bread for hamburgers) difficult to obtain, but also for VEGAN BURGER. When it comes to buns, it's even harder to get.

Also, when there was a menu called "Veggie burger" and "Vegetable burger" at a fast food restaurant, there are some restaurants that do not use meat as ingredients such as patties, and the buns are not 100% plant-based. ..I'd be happy if Vans could also be VEGAN.Those who avoid eggs and dairy products, and those who are vegan are also waiting!

However, bread that does not use eggs or dairy products tends to become dry and hard.When it comes to Japan, which tends to prefer soft and fluffy bread, and hamburgers that you want to open your mouth wide and bite into, it may be difficult to manufacture.Furthermore, only with natural ingredients!Especially when it comes to that.

If you don't sell it, make homemade buns at home!Even if you don't sandwich the patty, you can eat it as a table roll as it is ◎ It can be stored frozen and you can make it the size you like.


  • 150g organic wheat flour
  • Organic strong flour 150g
  • 200ml of water
  • Sugar beet sugar 15g
  • Oil 20g
  • A pinch of natural salt
  • Natural yeast (dry) 3g
  • Appropriate amount of white sesame
  • Appropriate amount of organic soy milk

How to make

1. Put flour, strong flour, dry yeast, sugar beet (sugar), and a pinch of salt in a bowl and mix well. Add 200 ml of lukewarm water and mix.When it is familiar to the whole, add oil and fold it by hand to knead it together.

2. Dust the dough (outside the amount) on the table, put the dough on it, and knead it well.When the whole is glossy and the surface is smooth, kneading is finished.Return to the bowl, sprinkle with a tightly squeezed wet cloth, and place in a warm place to ferment. (1 hour ~)

3. Gently press the fermented dough to degas and remove the dough.Divide the dough into 4 equal parts, lightly roll the dough, and let it rest for 5 to 10 minutes.After molding it into a round shape, apply soy milk with a brush to polish it, and add an appropriate amount of sesame seeds.
* If you want to make a small burger, divide it into 6 equal parts.

4.30. Leave it for about 180 minutes for secondary fermentation, then bake in an oven at 20 ° C for about XNUMX minutes.
* Please adjust the degree of baking and the baking time.

> Person who wrote this article

Chef Fumio Yonezawa

ORGANIC RECIPE editorial department

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This article is a re-edited version of the "ORGANIC RECIPE" article published on October 2020, 11.

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