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Bread-buns; The Tastiest pastry The Ondos Are Proud Of



One of the interesting thing about food the fact that you can't stop but marvel when you see some simple food that is almost street yet so sweet that it makes you wanna cry (especially food freaks likes me). I personally just love to feel the intimacy of the taste of every sweet or tasty food. I close my eyes to every bite and wishing that the taste last forever (Wake up Mike). I recently had such experience in Ikare, Ondo state, when I came across BREAD BUNS.
Bread buns in Ondo is quite unique in a way that it kinda taste like bread and buns at the same time. This food is one of the most creative and delicate of work of bread makers I have seen so far. It's like making a well mixed bread dough, rolled like round like a swiss roll with butter in the middle. frying it instead of baking. Coming across a freshly fried and very hot breadbuns is like hitting a jackpot. There is no other sensation and luck one can ever pray for.
In Ondo state, there are different variety of breadbuns. There is this one that is locally called Poki, its hard and have this rugged chewy texture. It is kinda more satisfying so people buy that often, but it's a no for me. But not in the Akoko North East and Akoko North West local government area of Ondo state, Nigeria. People in this part of Ondo usually opt for freshly fried breadbuns. And thank God, the bakery is located where everyone can gain access to this rolls of wondrous taste.
There are various places where this breadbuns is prepared in Akoko, but with my observation, experience (taste don't lie) and deduction, the fluffiest, of these breadbuns comes from Onyekachi bakery in Ugbe part of Akoko North east. I heard there is a secret recipe and technique the owner uses that makes his breadbuns taste so amazingly sweet, and that this secrest recipe is only past from the father to son and thereby keeping their trade secret.
As a corp member in Akoko North west, I can practically say I have spent a full Allawee or even more on these babies and will do that over and over again. (not kidding). And I am saying it that I have tasted so many new food in this part of Nigeria, be it basil soup (coming soon), green soup (obe ogun) and more, but there is none I will miss so much than breadbuns. I just can't get enough of the taste and texture in the mouth.

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  1. Wow
    What a beautiful recipe.
    And it tastes so nice. Yum

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  3. Yeah love it and I missed bread buns alotpls I want learn how to produce it..

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