Elaines Light Rye Sesame Garlic RollsFrom chefelaine 8 years ago
- Bearing in mind I never measure when cooking or baking, these ingredients are listed in approximations. shopping list
- Ingredients: shopping list
- Approx 1 ½ cups warm water shopping list
- 1-2 tsp sugar shopping list
- 1 pkg quick-rising yeast shopping list
- Combine the above ingredients and allow the yeast to develop, approx 5-10 minutes. shopping list
- Combine in a separate bowl: shopping list
- 1 – 1 ½ tbsp garlic powder (NOT garlic salt) shopping list
- approx 2 cups white ‘best-for-bread’ flour shopping list
- approx 1 cup light rye flour shopping list
- 2 tbsp sugar shopping list
- 1-2 pinches of salt shopping list
- After the yeast has developed, stir it into the dry mixture and add: shopping list
- ½ cup water shopping list
- 2 eggs, unbeaten shopping list
- 1 tsp vanilla extract shopping list
- 2 tbsp olive oil shopping list
- Mix well. Let the dough rest approx 5 minutes. shopping list
How to make it
- Knead approx 5 minutes after dough has rested. This dough does not need to be kneaded until blistered and smooth.
- If using an electric oven, turn it on at 100*F for five minutes, then turn off. This will allow sufficient heat to proof the dough without drying it out.
- If using a gas oven, the pilot light will provide sufficient heat.
- Liberally coat the ball of dough with butter.
- Allow the dough to proof until it is doubled in bulk, approx 1 – ½ hours.
- Have ready:
- Sesame seeds
- Greased and floured baking dish
- Flour the working surface, then remove the proofed dough, kneading gently for about 2 minutes. Break dough apart into 12 to 14 pieces, depending on the size of rolls you desire.
- Shape into round balls, and place into the baking dish.
- Again, liberally coat the rolls with butter, and sprinkle a liberal amount of sesame seeds on the tops.
- Return to oven to proof again, approx ½ to 1 hour, until rolls have doubled in size.
- Bake in 350*F oven 30-40 minutes, or until golden brown, and rolls sound hollow when tapped.
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I've really gotten into making my own breads, so this really caught my interest. Thanks so much - I'll be trying these out very soon. :) Vickielunasea in Orlando loved it
I sure love home made bread ad rolls. When I get the courage, I'll try this out.bizzielizzie in Orillia loved it
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