No Knead Apple Hot Cross Buns

No Knead Hot Cross Buns

No Knead Apple Hot Cross Buns
Recipe source: Jo Cooks

Ingredients:
3 cups all-purpose flour
¼ cup sugar
½ tsp salt
2 ½ tsp instant yeast
½ tsp nutmeg grated
½ tsp cinnamon powder
3 tbsp melted butter or oil (I used oil)
1 cup warm milk
2 small eggs
handful of white raisins
2 large apples peeled and grated + 1 tsp salt

Cinnamon Icing:
½ cup icing sugar
2 pinch cinnamon powder
1 tsp melted butter (optional)
½ tsp vanilla essence
1-2 tsp water

Method:
Sprinkle salt over grated apples and keep in a mesh or strainer. Leave aside for 5 mins. Squeeze the juice out as much as you can.
In a large bowl add flour, yeast, cinnamon powder, nutmeg powder and salt.
Stir in grated apple and raisins.
In another bowl whisk warm milk, sugar, butter or oil, and egg.
Add to flour mixture and mix with a wooden spoon to combine. No need to knead.
The dough will be thick and sticky.
Sprinkle little oil over top of dough and coat the sides of the bowl.
Keep aside covered for approx. 1 hr until doubled in size.
Take a baking tray and cover with parchment or wax paper and keep aside.
Sprinkle work surface with little flour and place the dough.
Shape into a log and cut into 12 equal pieces.
Roll each piece to form a ball and place on tray.
Keep aside for approx 30 min so they rise a second time. Don’t keep longer.
During the last 10 mins of rising, heat oven to 160 degree Celsius.
Bake for 20-25 mins or until the top becomes golden brown.
For piping cross, mix all icing ingredients to thick pouring consistency.
Take a ziplock bag and add the icing to one corner of the bag.
Snip edge with scissors and pipe crosses onto the warm buns.
Serve the soft and yummy hot cross buns.

No Knead Hot Cross Buns 1

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