Hotdogs Twisted On A Bun

Last time, I’ve made softest bread using tangzhong. This time I made hotdog wrapped with the amazing same dough. This is like pretzel dogs but in Asian bakeries, they used a fluffy soft bread.

On the same very informative website, The Fresh Loaf there’s a Hawaiian sweet bread version of the original one. The only different is using pineapple juice, vanilla and lemon zest. I only made half of the recipe and went for this Hawaiian version for a twist.



Pineapple juice in the tangzhong mixture.


Lemon zest and vanilla.


The dough smells amazing because of the lemon zest.


I brushed them with egg wash this time per request by my husband. My husband loves pretzel dogs and actually requested this one.

I baked them half time of the loaves, 20 minutes at 350°F.


Delicious and fluffy soft as before.

“A hot dog at the game beats roast beef at the Ritz.”
-Humphrey Bogart


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