Bread Rolls Recipe

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This is my first time making bread rolls and i tried to make them as good as i thought….They are not perfect but they are as close to perfect as they can be. I think next time i will need to kneed a bit less so they are a bit more softer.

Ingredients:

– 500 g. flour
– 1/2 tbsp. salt

– sprinkle of sugar
– 250 ml. warm water
– 6 tbsp. olive oil
– 1 tbsp Dry yeast


 Add the dry yeast to the 250 ml of warm water and put in a warm place for about 10-15 minutes until it forms a froth on top.
In the meantime mix the flour and the 1/2 spoon of salt. When the water and yeast mixture is ready add it to the dry ingredients bit by bit – add a bit of water and then mix again. After all the water is incorporated add 4 tablespoons of olive oil and mix well. You can add more water if you think that you need but as you will start kneading you will see that there is no need. Kneed the dough for about 10 minutes on a surface sprinkled with flour. 
Put the dough in a recipient and cover it with cling film and let it grow. Is good to put the dough in a warm place as it grows faster. 
When the dough doubled start breaking pieces of the dough and form little balls. 
Place them on a floured baking tray and place in a preheated oven at 190C. 
Keep in the oven for about 20-25 minutes or until the dough has become golden as per about picture.

I didn’t sprinkle them with any water but my mum said that if i did they would’ve probably been a bit more soft.
They were good anyway to make sandwiches. 

Do you make bread roles? I would love if you could leave your link to your recipe below and maybe i will try your recipe too.

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2 Comments

    • November 11, 2013 / 7:52 pm

      i keep thinking to buy a bread maker but then i do want to get better at making bread so i guess it will wait a while. Plus i like to look at kneading as a way of exercise. LOL
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