How to make it

  • In medium glass bowl, microwave 4T butter until almost melted(I did mine for 20 seconds).
  • Stir for a few seconds to melt rest of butter(you don't want this too hot, so try not to microwave more than JUST to melt it)
  • Add buttermilk(remember, room temperature) and stir to combine.
  • Add 1/4 cup honey and stir again.
  • Sir in yeast and proof by letting it stand about 10 minutes until foamy.
  • Meanwhile, combine flours, salt and peppers in stand mixer bowl. See Photo
  • Add mustard to yeast/milk mixture and slowly add to mixer while running at medium/low speed until all liquid is added, and is mixed.
  • Turn up speed to medium high and mix with dough hook for about 5-7 minutes. Add more milk or flour a couple t at a time, if needed to adjust dough consistency.
  • Remove dough ball to lightly sprayed glass bowl and let rest in warm place to rise, about 1 1/2-2 hours See Photo. Dough should approx. double in size. See Photo
  • Punch bread dough down after first rise and break off about 2-3T size bits and "roll" them into an approx 7 inch rope. See Photo
  • Roll into crossed ribbon shape. See Photo
  • Then bring one end through and create a "knot". You want this snug, but not tight. :) See Photo
  • Continue with remaining dough, placing prepared knots onto lightly sprayed or greased baking sheets.
  • Once all knots are made, let rise on cookie sheets about 1 hour. See Photo
  • Combine remaining butter(melted), honey, and a dash of cayenne and black pepper and lightly brush over rolls just before baking.
  • Bake at 400 for about 12-15 minutes, until lightly browning on top.
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  • pkusmc 7 years ago
    You just HAD to post these today. hehe...they look great, and I'm with jkirk...please pass the butter!
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  • jkirk 7 years ago
    Keni, can you pass the butter please, I'll have one now!
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