If the whole family is feeling down because of the flu and noone feels bread from the next supermarket would be a deal in taste, we look what the larder has to offer, and then sell it as the world's best treat. Raisin Buns! And really, they are not only great for a 3 year old fever-stricken girl but the whole family agrees, they are better than any raisin buns from bakerys around could ever be.
Here is the recipe: 800g spelled flour 2 packages dry yeast 1/2 liter of milk 100g butter 150g raisins 1 egg to mop the buns. Warm milk and butter and put all other ingredients into it and work out a smooth dough. Then wait for half an hour. Shape the buns and put them on the greased tray or baking sheet and bake until they are golden brown in a preheated oven at 180 degrees about 30 minutes.
The buns taste awesome with some butter or just plain.