Monday, August 15, 2011

Dinner Roll







Recipe

Ingredients
40g warm water
1tsp instant yeast
1/2tsp caster sugar
1tsp bread flour

250g bread flour
40g caster sugar
1/4tsp salt
85g milk
30g egg
25g butter

Steps:
1. Mix warm water, yeast, 1tsp bread flour and 1tsp caster sugar together, cover and set aside to prove for 10-15mins.
2. Combine bread flour, sugar and salt in a mixer and mix well at low speed.
3. Add yeast dough from step no.1, milk and egg into the dry ingredients(step no.2).
4. Knead at medium speed until it form a dough.
5. Add in butter, continue to beat until it form a smooth and elastic dough.
6. Cover dough and let it prove for 50mins.
7. Knock down proved dough, hand knead on a lightly floured surface for a while.
8. Divide dough into 10 equal portions about 46g each, shape each dough into round ball and rest for another 10mins.
9. Shape each ball into cone shape.
10.Use a rolling pin, flatten the cone shaped dough and roll it out.
11.With the wider side of the flatten dough facing you, roll it up.
12.Arrange it on a greased tray.
13.Cover and leave it to prove for 45mins until it doubled in size.
14.Preheat oven to 190C.
15.Brush surface with egg wash.
16.Bake in a preheated oven for 10mins until buns is brown.
17.Remove bread from tray and cool it on a wire rack.

15 comments:

Anncoo said...

Very nice roll, looks very soft too!

edith said...

Looking at these rolls makes me happy, I don't really know why. Perhaps yr happiness got transferred to this rolls.

Fong's Kitchen Journal said...

your dinner rolls look nice and soft!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anncoo and Fong,

Thanks for your nice words. :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Edith,

Thanks. :) Should be the buns appeared short and fat like a blanket wrap around a baby, this is how my younger boy described. He also smile when he saw the buns laying on the cooling rack.

Ana said...

Very soft rolo, can you tell me the brand of tour flour? I can't with our flour that the bread get so soft.
Thanks

Happy Flour said...

Hi Ana,

I used 'Bake King' bread flour.

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour,

Sorry, I am not very clear on step #3 : Add yeast dough from step no.1, milk and egg into the dry ingredients.
Does it mean that we hav to add milk & egg into the dry ingredients first? then add the yeast dough from step #1..Kindly advise.
Regards,
Chilliqueen :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Chilliqueen,

Whether to add yeast dough first or add milk and egg first it also alright. Just add the three ingredients into the dry mixture and knead.

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour,

Thanks for sharing this recipe :)
I baked these rolls today using Bake King bread flour too..The buns taste superb(with tint of sweetness in it) and goes well with mushroom soup which we had for dinner :)) Btw, do u use upper & lower heat during baking the buns?
Regards,
Chilliqueen :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Chilliqueen,

You're welcome. :)
I usually use both upper and low heat for baking.

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour,

Is it ok to use bread improver in this recipe? If yes, how many 'tsp' of bread improver should I add? Do I add it in step#2 ?

Many thanks :)
Chilliqueen

Happy Flour said...

Hi Chilliqueen,

You can use 1/2-3/4tsp of bread improver, add it in at step#2.

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour, I m still confused about the dry ingredients on step # 3. Which dry ingredients you refer to? Do you mean to add all the yeast dough, milk and egg into separate bowl and knead together?

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

The dry ingredients refer to step #2.