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How to bake up burger buns so that they expand horizontally instead of expanding vertically?

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Burger Buns Expanding How to bake up burger buns that expand horizontally instead of Sidewaysvertically?

We are trying to bake burger buns and we usually play the rounded individual dough on the baking tray and use another baking tray to press it down to flatten it.

Now our hands are so soarsore after months of doing it. The only reason why we did that in the first place is because our the dough (imagine just a circular ball dough) will expand upwards more than going sideways, making it not wide enough to be a burger bun.

How else can we fix this? Temperature? The way we roll our buns?

Burger Buns Expanding up instead of Sideways

We are trying to bake burger buns and we usually play the rounded individual dough on the baking tray and use another baking tray to press it down to flatten it.

Now our hands are so soar after months of doing it. The only reason why we did that in the first place is because our the dough (imagine just a circular ball dough) will expand upwards more than going sideways, making it not wide enough to be a burger bun.

How else can we fix this? Temperature? The way we roll our buns?

How to bake up burger buns that expand horizontally instead of vertically?

We are trying to bake burger buns and we usually play the rounded individual dough on the baking tray and use another baking tray to press it down to flatten it.

Now our hands are so sore after months of doing it. The only reason why we did that in the first place is because our the dough (imagine just a circular ball dough) will expand upwards more than going sideways, making it not wide enough to be a burger bun.

How else can we fix this? Temperature? The way we roll our buns?

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Burger Buns Expanding up instead of Sideways

We are trying to bake burger buns and we usually play the rounded individual dough on the baking tray and use another baking tray to press it down to flatten it.

Now our hands are so soar after months of doing it. The only reason why we did that in the first place is because our the dough (imagine just a circular ball dough) will expand upwards more than going sideways, making it not wide enough to be a burger bun.

How else can we fix this? Temperature? The way we roll our buns?