Vegan Hamburger Buns Recipe

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Chinese Curry Beef Buns (ga lei ngo yuk bao 咖喱牛肉包) were my 2nd fave thing from Chinese bakeries during my pre-vegan days. So I had to make VEGAN curry beef buns containing all the flavour và texture of the original but “healthier” and, of course, containing no animal products. I guess you could call them Curry Beefless Buns! Deciding to lớn live a vegan lifestyle doesn’t mean you have to go without your favourite flavours và textures. With some thought, creativity and a little trial & error, any dish can be made plant-based. I hope you’ll give it a try! Click here for the printable recipe.

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Video Tutorial for Vegan Curry “Beef” Buns

The dough recipe for these buns is very simple with just warm plant-based milk such as soy or almond, sugar, yeast, water và flour. If you’ve mastered basic breads lượt thích Simple Homemade French Bread or Fluffy Flax Hamburger Buns, this one will be a cinch! While your dough is proofing you can make the filling.

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The filling I ended up with for this recipe was much more simple than I imagined when I first endeavored to veganize Curry Beef Buns. Most of the ingredients are the same as with the non-vegan version, but we use TVP in place of beef. TVP may sound super weird, & let’s be honest, it IS kind of weird. But weird good. TVP is short for Texturized Vegetable Protein. It’s made from dried, defatted soybeans and will soak up any flavour your địa chỉ to it. For our purposes, we’ll use Marmite for a vegan-friendly meaty flavour. Vị you avoid soy? If that’s the case, you can use cooked lentils instead. Click here for the full post on Curry Beefless Crumbles or find the printable recipe at the bottom of this post.

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After forming the dough & creating the stuffed buns, I lượt thích to brush on a little vegan “egg wash” & sprinkle on sesame seeds. In the video, I tried using aquafaba for the first time. They certainly helped the sesame seeds stick on to the buns, better than using just melted vegan butter or plant milk. However, my usual wash of 1 part maple syrup and 1 part water resulted in a nicer golden brown color.

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While the curry beef buns I used to lớn have as a kid were normally deep-fried, I did enjoy the baked version better. Please let me know if you want to lớn see a deep-fried version. I don’t often cook deep-fried things but I’m not opposed to lớn that kind of indulgence every so often.