Recipes Dinner Rolls 1 year ago 1 Comment Facebook Prev Article Next Article Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts New Recipe: Cook this: Any frozen fruit and cornmeal cobbler from Simply Julia | Food-And-Drink | Lifestyles admin April 16, 2021 New Recipe: Lenten Recipes From TheArmenianKitchen.com – The Armenian Mirror-Spectator admin March 25, 2022 Bigos Królewski – Polish hunters Stew September 26, 2021 New Recipe: 12 Baked Oats TikTok Recipes You Need To Try Now admin March 4, 2021 New Recipe: Guilt-Free Chocolate Lava Cake Recipe admin April 1, 2022 New Recipe: 9 Foods You Should Be Trying In Mykonos admin April 6, 2022 About The Author More from this Author One Response Elomack October 17, 2021 Dinner Rolls **Ingredients:** – 650g AP flour – 80g sugar – 15g salt – 230ml milk – 60ml water – 7g dry yeast – 50g melted, unsalted butter – 2 eggs **Preparation:** 1. Scald the milk. Heat it up in a small saucepan, as soon as it starts boiling remove from heat and chill (preferably in an ice bath). 2. Combine the scalded milk with water. Make sure the temperature is not above 35C. Add 15g of sugar and dry yeast. Mix and let sit until foamy (around 15 minutes). 3. Prepare the dough – you can to this by hand or in a stand mixer. Mix well the flour, salt and 65g of sugar. Add 30g of melted butter, the yeasty mixture and the eggs. Knead until smooth. Cover and rest for 2-3 hours. 4. Take out the dough, divide and shape into balls. Place on a greased baking tray, cover and proof for 40 minutes. 5. Uncover the dough, lightly sprinkle with water and bake in 190C for 15 minutes. 6. As soon as the rolls come out of the oven, brush with melted butter. By scalding the milk you denaturate some of the proteins. This helps with the dough rise, and it ensures a softer structure of the final product. When it comes to the rest time of the dough, it all depends on personal preference. As with any yeasty dough, the longer you let the yeast work, the more esters will be created which might contribute to a sweeter, fruity taste. I like these rolls fairly neutral but whatever floats your boat. And please don’t omit the melted butter at the end, it really does make a difference! **Preparation video:** https://youtube.com/shorts/DXrt8Jo9R1Y?feature=share Reply Add Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.