AT A GLANCE
"The Kitchener buns at Hentley Farm in the Barossa are the best. Could you get the recipe?" - Joanna Hutton, Evandale, SA
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|01||For brioche, beat butter and sugar in an electric mixer until pale (1-2 minutes), then transfer to a bowl. Combine milk and yeast in a bowl and stand until starting to bubble (10-15 minutes). Transfer to an electric mixer fitted with a dough hook, add flour, eggs and 1 tsp fine sea salt and mix on low speed until dough is shiny and smooth (6-8 minutes). Gradually add creamed butter, beating well between additions, and knead until dough is glossy (8-10 minutes). Lightly dust dough with flour, transfer to a large bowl, cover with a tea towel or plastic wrap and stand at room temperature until doubled in size (30-40 minutes). Transfer to an oven tray lined with baking paper, flatten to about 2cm thick and chill until firm enough to cut (2 hours).|
|02||Meanwhile, for rhubarb jam, combine rhubarb, sugar, vanilla bean and seeds and 2 tbsp water in a small saucepan and simmer, stirring often, until thickened (25-30 minutes). Stir in lime rind and juice, then cool (40-50 minutes).|
|03||Cut dough into 16 rounds with a floured 4cm-diameter pastry cutter, wiping and flouring cutter between each. Transfer to an oven tray lined with baking paper, leaving a 3cm gap between each. Heat oil in a large saucepan to 170C, and place extra caster sugar in a bowl. Deep-fry dough in batches until golden brown (3-4 minutes), then remove with a slotted spoon and roll in caster sugar to coat well.|
|04||Cut buns almost through with a bread knife. Fill with about 1 tsp jam and a small spoonful of whipped cream, dust with icing sugar and serve.|