How to make it

  • Prep the yeast in the warm water, and add about a teaspoon of sugar to feed the yeast
  • Combine the rice flour with the whole wheat flour
  • add the salt and sugar.
  • Add the eggs, and stir in well to combine all ingredients
  • Add the oil
  • Add the yeast mixture after is has begun to work.
  • Allow the dough to rest for ten minutes, covered with a damp cloth
  • After resting, knead the dough, turning and folding gently. This dough does not require kneading to the smooth and blistered stage.
  • Form dough into a ball and proof in warm place, covered with damp towel,until roughly doubled in bulk. Cover the dough ball with oil to prevent drying out.
  • Shape your buns on an ungreased baking tray, and allow to rise until nearly doubled in bulk.
  • Bake at 350*F until golden brown, and the rolls sound hollow on tapping.
  • Allow to cool completely before removing from baking tray.

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    " It was excellent "
    greekgirrrl ate it and said...
    YUM! Saved to make this weekend..... while everybody is busy watching the SuperBowl, I'll be baking bread!
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  • kristinsh 11 years ago
    So simple. I love it!
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    " It was excellent "
    lor ate it and said...
    This recipe looks like a 5+ Elaine. Thanks so very much for sharing it with all of us and I know it will be a winner with my family :)
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    " It was excellent "
    chef_irish ate it and said...
    Going to Try These with A Few Favorite Dishes...
    Thanks fo Sharing This - I Love Homemade Breads and Rolls!!! High 5
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  • debntim 11 years ago
    Hi, Elaine, baking yeast bread is certainly not one of my strengths, but you make this look easy. I love wheat anything and like to experiment w/ rice flour, SO looks like my husband is going to be a guinea pig soon! When I first started baking buttermilk biscuits from scratch, a staple in the South, my brother used to tease me and say that he was going to save them for hockey pucks! He doesn't say that anymore! I look forward to sharing and learning with you. Blessings, deb
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    " It was excellent "
    midgelet ate it and said...
    They look fabulous!
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    " It was excellent "
    dagnabbit ate it and said...
    I sure remember these buns, Elaine. You made these the last time Candy and I were up. I went ahead and rated them, because I know how good they were; I hope that's okay with me only being a new member.
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