How to make milk bun, milk n bun in 15 minutes

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The recipe calls for butter, egg, and sugar.

We’ll be using a whole milk cheese and egg mixture, which is why the recipe calls only for the eggs.

If you’re making your own, you’ll want to use a whole cheese or egg mix, which gives it a richer taste and texture.

If your milk is too thick, you can use a thin, plain, or plain white cheese.

Toasted milk is the best, but I’d also suggest adding some maple syrup, honey, or vanilla extract.

To keep the recipe simple, we’ll be making it with the milk that we have in our fridge, and it’s also good to use homemade milk at home.

We don’t have a fridge, but you can make it yourself, too.

To make the milk, start by placing the milk in a medium saucepan over medium heat.

As soon as the milk begins to boil, turn off the heat and let it simmer for 10-15 minutes.

It should turn a nice dark yellow color.

Once the milk has turned golden brown, remove it from the heat.

If the milk is very soft, remove a spoonful and set aside.

Remove the cheese and put it in a bowl, along with the sugar and milk.

Once all the ingredients are mixed, mix in a little water, then stir the mixture in until the ingredients have melted.

You should be left with a soft, milky sauce.

If you have a stand mixer, place the butter, eggs, sugar, and vanilla into the bowl and mix it well.

You can also add some of the milk by hand to make it easier to mix.

After a minute or two, you should have a thick sauce.

To finish the sauce, add a little more milk and a little of the melted cheese, if needed.

Serve immediately.

If your milk isn’t thick enough, you might also want to make a thicker sauce to use in place of the thick one.

If that’s the case, add more milk or more cheese, and mix well.