This is a simple rich yeast dough mixture that I learnt in the Home Economics lessons during my secondary school days. It is basically a 'basic' dough, in which you could add other variations/fillings, such as red bean, curry, etc... And I decided to add hotdog to the one I made this evening :)
250g bread flour
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 packet yeast
1 rounded tsp sugar
1/2 egg (beaten and leave the balance for glazing)
2 hotdogs (cut into smaller rolls)
1. Sieve flour and make a well in the center.
2. Warm milk and butter in saucepan over small fire (the mixture should not boil), then mix with salt, sugar, yeast and egg.
3. Pour this mixture gradually into the well of the flour, and mix it into a semi-stiff dough.
4. Set oven at about 100C, cover the dough with a damp cloth. Leave dough in the oven with the door open for about 30min to proof.
5. After the dough proof to double of the original size, punch the dough to get rid of the cardon monoxide that was built up inside, and knead the dough to a pliable consistency.
6. Floured a board and your hand. Cut the dough into 6 portions.
7. Shape into a long oval shape, and roll around the hotdog.
8. Placed the sealed side facing down to the baking tray.
9. Leave to prove for another 10min.
10. Preheat oven to 200'C.
11. After the dough has been proof, glaze the top with beaten egg and bake for 20min.