This Korean Sausage Bread has soft and fluffy bread, sausage chunks in every bite, creamy corn, cheese, onion, and mayonnaise topping, and finished with ketchup drizzle. Ideal for breakfast, brunch, dinner, or as a snack, this sausage bread is guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser.
This Korean Sausage Bread is the recipe you are going to want to save. I find myself coming back to make this time and time again.
What makes this Korean Sausage bread different than other sausage bread? Beautiful, twisted sausage bread with a loaded topping. It tastes like pigs in the blanket meet pizza!
The bread is soft and fluffy, stuffed with a sausage, cut and twisted into a beautiful braid work. You will get the perfect ratio of bread and sausage in every bite. Then, the bread is topped with corn, cheese, onion, and mayonnaise topping.
Corn probably sounds weird at first, but it is one of the common pizza toppings in Korea. The mayonnaise and mozzarella cheese create a creamy, melt-in-your-mouth dish. Meanwhile, the corn and onion add sweetness and crunch. This Korean Sausage Bread has so many flavors and textures, you just can’t get enough of it.
- Brioche bread. The high fat and protein contents of butter and egg make the bread softer and richer.
- Hot dogs. Hot dog or also called frankfurter or wiener, is a highly seasoned sausage, traditional of mixed pork and beef. We use hot dogs in this recipe because they have a smaller and flatter shape than sausage. They also have a more compact filling so the inside does not burst out during cutting.
- Egg wash. Egg wash is optional, but it can be used to create a shiny and brown crust on the bread.
- Toppings. For the toppings, we mix shredded mozzarella cheese, canned sweet corn, onion, scallions, and mayonnaise until well combined. I highly recommend using Japanese Kewpie mayonnaise for the best flavor.
How to Shape Korean Sausage Bread
Roll the dough into an oval shape. Place a hot dog onto the center of the dough. Fold the long ends onto the hot dog. Gather the sides and pinch the seam tightly.
Use a scissor or knife to slice the sausage bread thinly into 8-9 cuts. Make sure to cut the hot dog thoroughly, but not the bottom layer of the dough. Pull and twist each cut left and right.
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