Going on a trip to see some good friends and decided to take some rolls so that we could break bread with them. This is a recipe from the internet which is very simple.
- 500g Bread flour
- 14g dried yeast (2 sachets)
- 4 Tblsp sugar
- 1 Tblsp salt
- 30g Butter/marg (melted & cooled)
- 20ml veg oil
- Water to bind (300ml approx)
I like to get the yeast going by dissolving the sugar in the water then add the yeast. I then put the flour, salt, and oil into my mixer and then pour in the yeasty broth. Mix for about 10 minutes until you have a moist/sticky dough. I add more flour if needed, but not too much as it needs to be moist.
Then it is important to oil the dough ball before leaving it to rise in a warm spot for about an hour (double in size). Then shape to your preferred style. We went for 6 regular and 6 Kaiser rolls. Leave to rise again for about an hour (double sized) Bake at 200 deg C for 15-20 mins until golden and hollow to tap Serve with friends. Nom nom…