Soft Dinner Rolls Recipe
To prepare these dinner rolls, you only need 7 ingredients in total. These fresh dinner rolls, which are flaky, soft, and buttery, outperform any main dish. If you’re a bread novice, check out this blog article for extra information on the yeast rolls recipe, including how to prepare the rolls ahead of time. You may also refer to myBaking with Yeast Guidefor answers to frequently asked questions about yeast. It is with great pleasure that we provide you this recipe in collaboration with Red Star Yeast.
- Do you want to make homemade bread but are overwhelmed by the prospect of getting started? Is yeast dough something that makes you want to flee for the hills? Bread recipes tend to be unnecessarily complex and difficult to understand.
I’m going to demonstrate how to make homemade dinner rolls. It all starts with a simple 7-ingredient dough that yields the finest handmade dinner rolls I’ve ever tasted, and it all comes together beautifully. I prepare these rolls anytime the opportunity presents itself, and I even delivered a pan to our friends who had recently had a child. They’re pillow soft and have the most wonderful flaky and buttery texture, making them the perfect dessert. Everyone will be clamoring for you to bake them on a regular basis.
Baking with Yeast Guide
When working with baker’s yeast, have thisBaking with Yeast Guide handy for reference. I’ve included realistic responses to all of your frequently asked yeast questions.
Video Tutorial: Dinner Rolls
- When working with baker’s yeast, keep this Baking with Yeast Guide close at hand. The answers to all of your frequently asked yeast inquiries are included in this chapter.
The dough comes together with the help of a mixer, as demonstrated in the video instruction. You may use either a paddle attachment or a dough hook to make the dough. If you want, you may make the dough by hand, although it will take a little more arm strength. The kneading process begins as soon as the dough comes together in the mixing basin. For this stage, you can either continue to beat the dough with the mixer or knead the dough by hand, depending on your preference. So that you can watch me working with the dough, I choose to do it by hand.
(Which, by the way, is an excellent resource for anyone who is just learning to bake bread!)
Soft Dinner Rolls Require a Rich Dough
When it comes to bread, crustier and chewier is better since it means there is less fat in the dough. This is referred to as a lean dough. The amount of fat in the dough varies depending on how soft and rich the bread is. This is referred to as a “rich dough.” Soft dinner rolls, in contrast to chewy bagels, focaccia, and myartisan bread, need a thick dough. It is unfortunate that this does not imply that the dough is dripping with cash. Rather, the term “rich” refers to the quantity of fat present.
There are a total of seven materials required.
(Of course, I add more sugar for sweeter cinnamon buns, but that’s just how I roll.)
- The yeast is activated by the milk:liquid mixture. Whole milk makes the softest dinner rolls, so make sure you use it. Nondairy or low-fat milks can be used in place of whole milk, but whole milk has a great flavor and texture. Yeast: You may use either active dry yeast or quick yeast for this recipe. The rise times will take a little longer if you use active dry yeast instead of instant yeast. I prefer Red Star Platinum Superior Baking Yeast, which is an instant yeast combined with natural dough improvers
- It is also available in a powder form. Sweetener: Sugar provides energy to the yeast, enhances its activity, and softens the dough. One egg gives structure and taste
- Two eggs provide flavor and structure. Butter: A tasty and soft dinner roll is guaranteed with butter. Check to see that it is at room temperature. Salt: Without salt, it is impossible to bake tasty bread. In this recipe, you can use either all-purpose flour or bread flour as your flour of choice. While all-purpose flour is handy for most people, bread flour yields dinner rolls that are chewier. If you use bread flour for the regular flour, there are no further adjustments to the recipe.
After you’ve made the dough, allow it to rise: After that, punch down the dough that has risen.
Form the mixture into balls and place them in a baking tray. Don’t be concerned if they are not all of the same size. Allowing the formed rolls to rise before baking is recommended. Take a look at how puffy they become after only one hour of rising:
How to Shape Dinner Rolls
It is possible to shape this dough in a variety of ways, including twisted rolls, knotted rolls (which is how I create garlic knots), cloverleaf rolls, and even hot dog buns. Let’s continue with the traditional circular form for now. 14-16 pieces of dough should be made from the dough. Take a piece of dough and extend the top of it while pinching and sealing the bottom of the dough. This is something I perform totally with my hands, as you can see in the tutorial video above. Some video instructions demonstrate how to roll the dough into a ball and place it on the counter.
My hot cross buns are always shaped in the same way.
How to Make Yeast Rolls Ahead of Time
The rolls will need to rise for approximately 3 hours. As we all know, not everyone has 3 hours to spend, so let’s talk about another possibility! Prepare the dough, let it to rise, and then roll it out into rolls. Refrigerate the formed rolls for up to 16 hours once they have been properly wrapped. Remove the rolls from the refrigerator at least 3 hours before you need them the next day and allow them to rise on the counter for approximately 1-2 hours before baking. And here’s how to store dinner rolls in the freezer: After following the make-ahead directions, freeze the rolls in a baking pan instead of putting them in the refrigerator overnight.
Allow them to defrost and rise for approximately 4-5 hours before baking.
To create a smaller batch of rolls, you may prepare the complete recipe and bake only a few fresh rolls at the same time.
Dinner Roll Flavors
Would you want some pizzazz? When you’re ready to add the flour, combine these ingredients.
- Fresh or dried chopped rosemary (for the dinner rolls)
- 2 tablespoons flour (for the dinner rolls)
- A cup of shredded cheddar cheese for the cheddar dinner rolls Other cheese kinds are OK, although excessively soft cheeses should be avoided. GarlicHerb Dinner Rolls– 2 teaspoons each of dried rosemary, dried basil, and dried parsley, plus 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- GarlicHerb Dinner Rolls– 2 teaspoons each of dried rosemary, dried basil, and dried parsley, plus 1 teaspoon garlic powder Here is my recipe for Whole Wheat Dinner Rolls made with whole wheat flour. Multigrain Rolls– Here is a recipe for Multigrain Bread that you can use to make rolls
- Multigrain Bread Recipe
This dough would not be suitable for making a large loaf of bread. As a substitute, I propose using a thinner dough, such as the one found in my sandwich breadrecipe.
3 Success Tips
- Refer to the myBaking with Yeast Guide, which contains answers to many frequent yeast FAQs. Check to verify that your yeast hasn’t expired. The packaging contains an expiration date. Here’s what the experts at Red Star Yeast had to say: In order to avoid a thick dough that results in hefty (not soft!) rolls, it is essential to measure the flour accurately. Instead of scooping flour out of the container, use a spoon to smooth it out.
My final piece of advise is as follows: Do not limit yourself to eating these rolls for dinner just. They’re welcome wherever, with any meal, and at any time of day, including the middle of the night. Sliders, breakfast sandwiches, soaking up your favorite tomato sauce, alongside salad, or plunging into a bowl of creamy chicken noodle soup are all possible uses for this versatile ingredient. Above all, don’t be afraid to believe in yourself because you, too, can achieve professional bread making success.
To prepare these dinner rolls, you only need 7 ingredients in total.
These fresh dinner rolls, which are flaky, soft, and buttery, outperform any main dish. Instructions for freezing and overnighting may be found in the recipe notes. You may also refer to myBaking with Yeast Guidefor answers to frequently asked questions about yeast.
- 2 and 1/4 teaspoons Red Star Platinum yeast (1 standard packet)
- 2 Tablespoonsgranulated sugar, divided
- 1/4 cup(60g)unsalted butter, softened to room temperature and cut into 4 pieces
- 1 teaspoonsalt
- 3 cups(375g)all-purpose flour orbread flour (spoonleveled)
- Optional topping: 2 Tablespoons melted unsalted butter mixed with 1 Tablespoon honey
- 3 cups(375g)all-purpose flour orbread flour
- Prepare the dough as follows: In the bowl of your stand mixer, whisk together the warm milk, yeast, and 1 tablespoon of sugar until well combined. Allow for 5 minutes of resting time after covering. If you don’t have a stand mixer, you may do this in a big mixing bowl and then combine the dough using a large wooden spoon or rubber spatula in the next step to complete the process. It will need a little arm muscle to complete the task. A hand mixer can be used, although the sticky dough tends to get trapped in the beaters on a regular basis. Hand mixing with a wooden spoon or rubber spatula is a preferable method.*
- Combine the remaining sugar, egg, butter, salt, and 1 cup flour in a large mixing bowl. Add the remaining flour and mix on low speed for 30 seconds with a dough hook or paddle attachment. Scrape down the sides of the bowl with a rubber spatula before adding the remaining flour. Beat on medium speed for about 2 minutes, or until the dough comes together and pulls away from the edges of the bowl, depending on how soft your dough is. If the dough appears to be excessively moist to the point where kneading (the following step) would be difficult, gradually add additional flour, 1 Tablespoon at a time, until you have a dough that is workable, similar to the photographs and video above. A soft and slightly sticky dough, but still easy to knead with lightly greased hands, should be used for this recipe. Make the dough by kneading it: Continue to beat the dough in the mixer for an additional 3 full minutes, or knead the dough by hand on a lightly floured surface for an additional 3 full minutes, depending on your preference. (If you need an example of how to knead dough by hand, see the video lesson above.)
- 1st Ascension: Lightly lubricate a large mixing bowl with olive oil or nonstick spray to prevent sticking. Place the dough in the basin and swirl it around to coat it with oil on both sides. Cover the bowl with aluminum foil, plastic wrap, or a clean kitchen towel to keep the bacteria from growing. To rise, place the dough in a generally warm setting for 1-2 hours, or until it has about doubled in size. (I always let it sit on the counter to rise before serving.) It takes around 2 hours. (See my response to the question Where Should Dough Rise? in myBaking with Yeast Guide for a little reduction in rise time.)
- Grease a 9-by-13-inch baking pan or two 9-inch square or round baking pans with cooking spray or butter. You may alternatively bake the rolls in a cast iron pan or on a baking sheet that has been coated with parchment paper.
- Form the rolls in the following ways: When the dough is finished, punch it down to remove any trapped air. Divide the dough into 14-16 pieces that are equal in size. (Use your best judgment–it doesn’t have to be flawless!) Form each piece into a smooth ball by rolling it between your hands. This is something I perform totally with my hands, as you can see in the tutorial video above. Prepare a baking pan by lining it with parchment paper. Cover the formed rolls with aluminum foil, plastic wrap, or a clean kitchen towel for the second rise. After 1 hour of rising, lower the oven rack to the lowest position and preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (173 degrees Celsius). The rolls should be baked at the bottom of the oven to prevent their tops from burning.
- Prepare the buns by baking them: Bake for 20-25 minutes, or until the top is golden brown, flipping the pan midway through the baking time. If you find that the tops are browning too soon, lightly tent the pan with aluminum foil to prevent it from browning more. Rolls should be cooled for a few minutes before serving once they have been removed from the oven and brushed with optional honey butter topping
- Leftover rolls should be carefully wrapped and stored at room temperature for 2-3 days or in the refrigerated for up to 1 week.
- Instructions for freezing: Prepare the recipe to step 6. Wrap firmly in plastic wrap and freeze for up to 3 months in a well-greased baking pan or container. Once frozen, the dough balls will no longer cling together, and you may store them in a freezer bag if you need to do so later. When you are ready to serve them, lay the dough balls on a greased baking sheet, cover securely with plastic wrap, and allow them to defrost and rise for approximately 4-5 hours before serving. Bake according to package directions. You may also freeze the dinner rolls once they have been prepared. Allow them to cool fully before storing them in the freezer for up to three months. Let it thaw in the refrigerator or at room temperature before reheating it as necessary. Reheating the entire pan at 300°F (149°C) for approximately 10 minutes, or until it is heated, is the best way to do it. Overnight Preparation instructions: Follow the recipe to step 6. Refrigerate the formed rolls for up to 15 hours after they have been properly wrapped. Remove the rolls from the refrigerator at least 3 hours before you need them the next day, cover them, and allow them to rise on the counter for approximately 1-2 hours before baking. Alternatively, you may let the dough rise in the refrigerator overnight to give it a better texture. Refrigerate the dough for up to 15 hours after carefully wrapping it in plastic wrap or waxed paper. Remove the dough from the refrigerator and allow it to rise for another 2 hours until it has reached its full volume. Step 5 should be followed. Pan for baking: Bake the rolls in a glass 9×13 inch baking pan instead of a metal one because I find that they brown a bit too soon in metal pans. Any pan will work as long as the rolls are baked on a lower oven rack and you keep an eye on them. Yeast: Red Star Platinum yeast is a rapid-producer of yeast. Instead of active dry yeast, Red Star Yeast active dry yeast can be used. When using active dry yeast, the rise times will be somewhat longer. For answers to frequently asked questions about yeast, consult myBaking with Yeast Guide. You may use either all-purpose flour or bread flour for this recipe. While all-purpose flour is handy for most people, bread flour yields dinner rolls that are chewier. No matter whatever method you employ, the rolls will remain soft and fluffy. There are no further adjustments to the recipe if you use one type of flour instead of the other
- Either flour is good.
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Soft Dinner Rolls Recipe
Soft Dinner Rolls are the ideal side dish to accompany any main course. With honey butter or jam on top of fluffy, warm bread rolls, there is nothing better. It is possible that this content contains affiliate links. Please review my disclosure policy.
Dinner Roll Recipe Video:
Simple bread recipes such as No-Knead Bread, our renowned Banana Bread, and of course Dinner Rolls are some of our favorite things to make. They are simple to make, require just a few simple ingredients, and are suitable for any level of cook. If you follow the simple video guide, you will be able to surprise everyone with your dinner rolls. Whether you’re serving a substantial bowl ofcrockpot chili or your family’s favorite meatloaf, a nice dinner roll can make any dish more appetizing than it otherwise would be.
How to Make Dinner Rolls?
The method of creating dinner rolls may be broken down into three stages: preparing the dough, rolling and baking the finished rolls (or rolls in general). All you need is a very small list of ingredients that are all cupboard staples: milk, flour, sugar, yeast, salt, and butter, to name a few examples.
Making the Yeast Dough:
Activate the Yeast: In the bowl of your mixer, add the milk, 1 tbsp sugar, and yeast; beat on medium speed for 5 minutes, or until the mixture is bubbly. Then mix in the melted butter, remaining sugar, and salt until well combined. Slowly add the flour, 1/2 cup at a time, until the batter is smooth. What is the best way to tell whether I’ve added enough flour? In order to ensure that the dough does not stick to clean and dry hands, it should feel sticky and tacky to the touch. Only if necessary, add the final 1-3 tablespoons of flour.
Kneading the dough helps to release the gluten and softens it (do not omit this step).
Refrigerate the bowl for 2 hours, or until the dough has doubled in size, after which it should be used.
Can I Mix the Dough by Hand?
It is simple to create homemade dinner rolls without the use of a mixer. In a large mixing basin, combine all of the dough ingredients with a wooden spoon or a firm spatula. Once the dough has come together, knead it for 10-12 minutes with clean, dry hands. To knead the dough by hand, push down on it with the heel of your hand while moving your hand in a forward rolling movement. Rotate your dough ball several times and repeat the process. Prepare to put some effort into those arms!
Shaping Bread Rolls:
- The dough should be divided as follows: Remove the dough from the pan and cut it into 15-16 equal pieces with an abench cutter tool, as shown. Prepare the Rolls: Then, using your fingers and your thumb, cup the dough between your fingers and thumb and roll the pieces into rounds on a counter or over your other hand (see the video instruction to see how simple it is to produce flawless dinner rolls like a pro)
- Allow Rolls to Rise: Place the dough rounds in a baking dish that has been buttered. Cover with plastic wrap and set aside for another 30-60 minutes, or until the puffiness is achieved.
Pro Tip: Be careful not to overproof your rolls.
The yeast will be exhausted if the cakes rise too much, and they may collapse as a result.
Can I use a different pan?
Dinner rolls can be made in more quantities if the pan is of a different size. This recipe yields anywhere from 15 to 24 dinner rolls depending on how many ingredients you use. The rolls will rise more quickly and require less baking time if you cut them into smaller pieces before rolling them out.
Tips for Yeast Dough to Rise Faster
Warm temperatures and wet surroundings are necessary for the activation of yeast. For those of you who are pressed for time, here are a number of tricks to help your dough rise more quickly.
- To use the microwave, first heat a moist kitchen towel on high heat for 1 minute, then place the dough covered in plastic wrap in a heated microwave and allow it to rise while the door is closed. Method in the Oven: Preheat the oven to the lowest setting of 150 degrees Fahrenheit for 2 minutes, then turn the oven off, place your dough bowl in the oven over a towel, and close the door to keep the dough warm. We use this strategy to reduce the time it takes to create our Easy Cinnamon Rolls by half.
How Long to Bake Dinner Rolls
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit and bake the dinner rolls until golden brown (about 23-25 minutes). As soon as the rolls come out of the oven, brush them with melted butter and sprinkle them with coarse salt to finish them off.
How to Keep Dinner Rolls Warm?
Immediately after baking, put your rolls to a serving dish or a bowl and cover them with a kitchen towel to prevent them from drying out. This will help to retain the heat in and keep your rolls toasty and warm.
Bake your dinner rolls according to package directions for freezer-friendly dinner rolls. Allow them to cool fully before transferring them to an airtight, freezer-safe container to keep them fresh. Thaw in the refrigerator or at room temperature before reheating in the microwave or the oven (if desired). It is best to freeze them the same day that they are baked so that they retain their freshness when thawed.
What to Serve with Dinner Rolls:
The absence of baked dinner rolls on a holiday table is unsatisfactory. This dish should be served with your roast turkey, mashed potatoes, and of courseTurkey Gravy for an amazing Thanksgiving feast. We also enjoy serving dinner rolls with the following dishes:
- Meat Stew– a hearty stew made with tender chunks of beef. Rolls for Cheeseburger Sliders– dinner rolls make excellent sliders. A creamy carrot soup that is silky smooth and quite filling
- Cabbage Soup is a filling and hearty dish. Minestrone Soup– this soup is fantastic with rolls.
Soft Dinner Rolls Recipe
Preparation time: 15 minutes Preparation time: 25 minutes Time to get up: 3 hours Time allotted: 3 hours 40minutes Dinner rolls that are irresistibly soft are simple to create with only 6 ingredients. There’s nothing quite like freshly baked dinner rolls that are warm and fluffy. These bread rolls are perfect for the holidays! Natalya Drozhzhin is a Russian actress. Easy to learn skills Making it will cost you between $3 and $5. Bread rolls and dinner rolls are examples of this. Cuisine:American Side Dish is the course of action.
- 1 1/2 cups whole milk, heated to 110 degrees
- 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
- 1 tablespoon active dry yeast
- 1/3 cup granulated sugar
- 1 1/4 teaspoon salt (we used fine sea salt)
- 4 cups all-purpose flour, measured correctly (minus 1 to 3 tablespoons)
- 1 tablespoon butter, melted to brush the tops of dinner rolls
- To complete the rolls, sprinkle with 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt.
- Warm milk (about 110F) and 1 tablespoon sugar are whisked together in the bowl of a stand mixer. 1 tablespoon yeast should be sprinkled on top and allowed to set for 1 minute. Whisk everything together and let it aside for approximately 5 minutes, or until the yeast begins to bubble. Add 4 tbsp melted butter, the remaining sugar, and the salt
- Gradually add flour, half a cup at a time, whisking constantly, until the dough comes together. When the mixture becomes too thick, switch to the dough hook attachment and mix on speed 2 until the dough is smooth (you can also continue mixing by hand with a stiff spatula). Add approximately 4 cups of flour, only adding the final 1 to 3 tablespoons of flour if necessary. However, the dough should not attach to clean or dry finger tips despite the fact that it should feel sticky and tacky. For best results, use the dough hook on your stand mixer for 2 minutes or knead by hand for 10 minutes, then place the dough in an oiled basin to rest. Cover it with plastic wrap and let it aside in a warm area for about 2 hours, or until it has doubled in size.
- The dough should be turned out onto a lightly floured surface and cut evenly into 15-24 pieces, depending on the size and shape of the baking dish. Using your hands, form each piece of dough into a ball and place it in an oiled 9×13 casserole dish or baking sheet
- Cover the dinner rolls with plastic wrap and let them to rise for another 30-60 minutes in a warm location, or until they are puffy (do not over-proof). Bake for about 23-25 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit, or until the tops are golden brown. Dinner rolls should be brushed with melted butter immediately after baking and allowed to cool to room temperature before being served.
Nutritional Values Recipe for Soft Dinner Rolls Per Serving Calories190Calories from Fat 45 percent Daily Value Amount Per Serving 5g8 percent of calories come from fat; 3g19 percent of calories come from saturated fat Sodium (290mg) 13 mg 4 percent Cholesterol (13 mg 4) Thirteen percent Potassium, 76 milligrams 10% Carbohydrates31g10% 14% of the diet is made up of fiber 6 g of sugar 7% of the population Protein5g10 percent of the diet Vitamin A is 158 International Units (IU).
Iron2mg11 percent * Calcium33mg3 percent Iron2mg11 percent A 2000-calorie diet is used to calculate the percent Daily Values (%DV).
Pillow-Soft Dinner Rolls
Preparation time: 30 minutes plus rising time 20 minutes in the oven
a dozen and a half The dough for these rolls has a lovely feel to it and is easy to spread out and cut into shapes. The dish was adapted from a vintage church recipe book. Norma Harder of Weyakwin, Saskatchewan, contributed to this article. Photo courtesy of Taste of Home of Pillow-Soft Dinner Rolls recipe.
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- 6 tablespoons shortening
- 4-1/2 teaspoons active dry yeast
- 1/2 cup warm water (110-115°)
- 2 cups warm 2 percent milk (110-115°)
- 4-1/2 teaspoons active dry yeast 3 eggs, room temperature
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1-1/2 teaspoons salt
- 7-1/2 cups all purpose flour
- 3 big eggs, room temperature
- Warm water and yeast in a large mixing basin until yeast is completely dissolved. Combine the milk, shortening, eggs, sugar, salt, and 3 cups flour in a large mixing bowl. Beat until the mixture is smooth. In a separate bowl, combine enough remaining flour to create a soft dough. Turn out onto a floured surface and knead for 6-8 minutes, or until the dough is smooth and elastic (dough will be sticky). Place in an oiled mixing bowl, turning once to coat the top with grease. Cover with plastic wrap and set aside in a warm place until doubled in size, about 1 hour. Knead the dough until it is smooth and elastic. Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured board and cut it into 24 pieces. Roll each one into a tight ball. Place 2 inches apart on baking pans that have been buttered. Cover and allow to rise until twice in size, approximately 30 minutes. Preheat the oven to 350°F and bake for 20-25 minutes, or until the top is golden brown. Remove to wire racks and set aside.
1 roll has 187 calories, 4 grams of fat (1 gram of saturated fat), 17 milligrams of cholesterol, 164 milligrams of sodium, 31 grams of carbohydrates (3 grams of sugars, 1 gram of fiber), and 5 grams of protein.
Easy Soft Dinner Rolls (NO MIXER + EGG FREE)
Soft dinner rolls require only two sets of rising periods, as well as a simple tip to cause your dough to rise more quickly than usual. This bread recipe is sure to be a hit with you! The interior and exterior of these rolls are both fluffy and soft, and the salt and sugar ratio is just right, making them far superior to anything you can buy in a shop. The softer and fluffier the material, the more comfortable it is. Even more so when your favourite roll is being saved to mop up the sauce or gravy that has accumulated on your plate.
For the sake of confidentiality, I will not tell you how many batches of bread I had to go through to get this one just perfect. I can’t tell you how many hours and sleepless nights I spent on the internet studying everything from yeast and flour to eggs or no eggs, milk, or just water to baking soda. WAY. TOO. MUCH. WORK. After that, there was testing. With or without eggs.with or without buttermilk.with or without milk.with or without water.with or without a blend of these ingredients Please, Lord, assist me.
- When these rolls came out of the oven, they looked, smelled, and felt SO wonderful, I burst into tears.
- You’re right.
- The finest part is right there in the title.
- My mixer is rather large (200 pounds), but in the time it took me to bring it out of the closet and set up the attachments, I had already combined my flour into the active yeast mixture.
HOW TO MAKE EASY SOFT DINNER ROLLS WITH NO MIXER
- Remember these Quick Soft Cinnamon Rolls that you made a while back? Remember how we warmed our oven on a low heat for a few minutes before turning it off and adding our bowl of dough to it? That’s exactly what we’re doing here. Covering your bowl with a clean, WARM DAMP towel will prevent your dough from drying out and allow it to prove in an hour or less. It has been reported that some individuals use their dryers if they do not wish to do this. Alternatively, boil the kettles and place the bowl next to them. Personally, I like to use my oven
- Nonetheless, you should activate your yeast. I still activate the yeast, even though I use a quick rise yeast that technically does not require it
- THIS is what active yeast looks like. Get a new yeast if your yeast does not foam and froth during the first couple of minutes of mixing and you are still waiting around the ten-minute mark to see anything happen. Please accept my apologies.
- Make sure to use a large, deep bowl for this because you will also be proofing your dough in this container. Keep in mind that yeast requires sugar to “feed off of,” so don’t forget to include it in your baking time estimates. Don’t make any attempts to edit it here. This is critical for the growth of your yeast.
DISSOLVING SUGAR IN A MILK/BUTTER MIXTURE
In addition to saving time by heating your milk and butter together in the microwave rather than separately, including your remaining sugar and salt into the heated milk/butter helps to make sure all of the sugar dissolves before adding it to your mixing bowl. Add the flour as soon as you’ve finished pouring in your butter/milk combination into the yeast mixture. It will be beneficial to you in this situation if you have everything readily available and ready to use on your bench.
Warming your milk and butter together in the microwave rather than separately saves time, and mixing in your remaining sugar and salt while the milk and butter are still warm guarantees that your sugar melts before adding it to your mixing bowl later.
You may start adding your flour as soon as you’ve poured in your butter/milk combination into the yeast. It would be beneficial to you in this situation if you have everything readily available and ready to use on your work station.
Now, as stated, just a small amount of kneading is required. First, prepare your dough in your large, gorgeous mixing basin. The dough will still be sticky as soon as it begins to pull away from the sides of the mixing bowl. The use of a small application of oil to prepare your hands before you begin kneading has shown to be beneficial when your dough becomes overly sticky. Listed below are the two kneading methods that I experimented with:
- While the dough is still in the bowl, sprinkle a couple tablespoons of flour over it and give it a little knead to incorporate it. 4-5 minutes, not thoroughly kneading because the dough was not on a bench top, but it was enough to get the job done
- Kneading the dough after it has been scraped onto a lightly floured surface Sprinkle with 2-3 teaspoons of flour, massage in a little amount of oil with your hands, and go to work for about 3-4 minutes at the most. Because the dough comes together so quickly — it’s moist and sticky —
Kneading the dough is accomplished by scraping it out onto a lightly floured work area. Spread 2-3 teaspoons of flour on the surface, massage your hands together with a little amount of oil, and go to work for only 3-4 minutes total. Wet and sticky, the dough comes together in a flash.
- Use warm water to wet a kitchen towel and wring it out to the point where it is not leaking but not fully dry (somewhere in the middle). If you’re using this approach, turn off your oven and set your covered dish of dough in the middle of the oven. If at all possible, leave the door ajar to prevent the dough from drying out too much. In half an hour, you may check it. It is possible to move the bowl (with the towel still on top) out onto your bench or into a warm, draft-free area if your towel becomes too dry. It is necessary to scoop the dough out onto a lightly floured surface once it has proofed for an hour and shape it into a rectangular shape. You can give it a gentle touch if it’s too sticky to handle on its own
- Nevertheless, you should use caution. Then divide each half into six pieces, so that you have a total of 24 pieces. One at a time, LIGHTLY flatten each piece of dough in your hands before pulling the edges up into a peak on the top. Pinch the ‘peak’ of the dough with your fingertips and flip it over onto its side. It should be a perfectly smooth ball with no imperfections! As you work your way through the dough, place each ball into the pan you’ve prepared. Cooking oil spray should be used on your rolls! This helps to keep them wet while they are proofing.
- Wrap your rolls in plastic wrap and let them aside for 20-30 minutes to proof before using. In the event that you do not want to use plastic, you can reuse your moist towel. Rewet it with warm water, but this time attempt to wring it out as much as you can
- During this time, you’ll be preheating your oven in preparation for baking! Make a conscious effort not to overlook this step. Yes, I can speak from personal experience. Because my oven heats up quickly, I switch it back on in the last 5 minutes of cooking. If yours takes a long time to start, start it sooner.
The scents, the odors. That sweetsweetsmell that wafts through the house from your kitchen is very enticing. Once your dinner rolls have finished baking, brush them with a little layer of melted butter to finish them off. The majority of people use egg whites or an egg wash, and you are certainly welcome to do so if you like! We have egg allergies in our household, which is why this recipe for Easy Soft Dinner Rolls does not contain eggs! Our dinner rolls are delicious the day they are baked, but they are even better the next day!
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- 1 teaspoon rapid-rise yeast
- 3 teaspoons white granulated sugar, divided*
- 1/2 cup warm water (110-115 degrees Fahrenheit)
- 1 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons melted butter
- 1 1/2 teaspoons salt
- 4 cups bread flour (or all-purpose flour), plus approximately 1/4 cup extra for dusting your work area
- 2 tablespoons melted butter, for brushing cooked rolls
- 1 cup melted butter
- 4 cups bread flour (or all-purpose flour)
- If you’re going to use your oven to prove the dough, preheat it to 200°F | 100°C. In a large mixing basin, combine the yeast, 1 tablespoon of sugar, and warm water. Place the container in the refrigerator for 7-10 minutes, or until frothy and frothed
- The milk and butter should be mixed together in a 2-cup size microwave-safe jug while the yeast is active. Microwave on high for 40-50 seconds, or until the butter is half-melted and the milk is lukewarm, until the milk is lukewarm. Add the remaining sugar and salt and mix well. Lightly whisk the mixture until the butter has entirely melted into the milk and the sugar has completely dissolved. Mix in 2 cups of flour with a wooden spoon until just combined, then stir in the remaining 2 cups of flour until everything is well-combined. Continue to mix until the mixture begins to pull away from the sides of the basin (about 1-2 minutes). Make a smooth, elastic dough by kneading in the extra 1/4 cup of flour in tablespoon increments on a lightly floured work surface until it is smooth, elastic, and slightly sticky (about 4-5 minutes kneading). Remove dough from the bowl using your hands (lightly grease your hands if the dough becomes too sticky.)
- Wrap the area in a warm, wet cloth. DISCONNECT THE OVEN as well as placing the bowl of dough in the preheated oven, leaving the door slightly ajar for the first 10-15 minutes or so, The dough should have doubled in size after 15 minutes. Scrape the dough onto a lightly floured work surface or kitchen bench, and gently kneed for 30-40 seconds if necessary to bring the dough together. Form the dough into a loaf shape. Bake for 45 minutes at 350°F (180°C). Cut each half in half, then cut each half into six equal pieces (you should have a total of 12 equal pieces). Each piece of dough should be softly flattened in the palms of your hands, then brought up all sides to form a peak on top (similar to a tent shape), pinching and sealing the peak. Repeat with the other dough pieces. The smooth side should be on the other side. Make certain there are no cracks. If there are any cracks, turn the roll upside down again and smooth the cracks out towards the peak you just created, pressing the seal once more. Then flip the roll over to double-check that the top is smooth. In the case that your hands become stuck, lightly sprinkle them with flour to prevent sticking.)
- Place the rolls, smooth side up, in a 9×13-inch baking sheet or dish that has been lightly buttered (you can line your pan or dish with parchment paper if you wish). Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit | 190 degrees Celsius (or 350 degrees Fahrenheit | 180 degrees Celsius for fan-forced ovens)
- Using cooking oil spray, lightly coat the rolls, wrap them in plastic wrap, and set them aside to rise again until they have about doubled in size (approximately 30 minutes). Bake for 20-25 minutes, or until the rolls are golden brown, in a preheated oven at 350 degrees. (After 18 minutes, check to see whether they are still okay.)
- After brushing lightly with a little additional melted butter, move the pan to a cooling rack.
Alternatively, if you like your bread to be a tad sweeter, use 4 tablespoons white granulated sugar (one teaspoon in the yeast mixture and three teaspoons in the milk/butter combination) instead of 3. The following are the nutritional values: 206kcal|32g carbohydrate|5g protein|6g fat|3g saturated fat|17mg cholesterol|351mg sodium|71mg potassium|1g fiber|4 g sugar|210IU vitamin A|30 mg calcium|0.4mg iron Calories: 206kcal|32g carbohydrate|5g protein|6g fat|3g saturated fat
How to Make Soft and Tender Dinner Rolls
We independently choose these items, and if you make a purchase after clicking on one of our links, we may receive a commission. In the absence of a basket of warm rolls on the table, what’s the point of a dinner party? I believe that the softer and fluffier the material, the better. That way, you’ll be able to soak up the last few drops of sauce. Here’s how to make my absolute favorite, failsafe dinner rolls, which are a welcome addition to any dinner table. ( (Photo courtesy of Emma Christensen.) You can rely on these dinner rolls to be of high quality.
- They have a subtle sweetness to them that fits well with both a traditional Sunday chicken meal and a casual potluck brunch setting.
- You know all those recipes that say you should wait until the bread is completely cool before eating it?
- Make a large batch of these ahead of time and reheat them in the oven for a few minutes before serving for mid-week dinners.
- The reason for this is that I adore the dough from that recipe so much that I use it whenever I want a tender, soft bread to accompany one of our dinners.
(Photo courtesy of Emma Christensen.) Detailed instructions for making flawless dinner rolls.
- 1/2 cup warm water 1/2 cup milk 1 big egg 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 tablespoons granulated sugar 1 teaspoon salt 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon cooking spray 1 teaspoon unsalted butter 1 teaspoon sugar 1 teaspoon salt
- Combine all of the ingredients for the dough in a large mixing bowl. Stir together the yeast and warm water in the bowl of a stand mixer (or a big mixing basin if you’re doing it by hand), and let it rest until the yeast is completely dissolved. In a medium-sized mixing bowl, whisk together the milk, egg, oil, sugar, and salt until well combined. Stir this into the yeast mixture until everything is well-combined. In a large mixing bowl, combine all of the flour and whisk until a shaggy dough forms. Knead the dough until it is smooth and elastic. Knead on a low speed or by hand against the counter for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the dough is smooth but somewhat sticky (it should bounce back when poked). Allow the dough to rise for 1 hour. Cover the bowl with a kitchen towel or plastic wrap to keep the moisture out. Allow the dough to rise in a warm location until it has doubled in size, about 1 hour. Rolls should be divided and shaped. Using a small amount of flour, dust your work surface. Scrape the dough onto the prepared flour surface. Dividing the dough into 12 pieces using a bench scraper is a good idea. For rolls, fold the edges beneath to make a plump small packet, then roll the dough on the counter or between your palms until it is round. More information about this approach may be found at: How to Make Dinner Rolls in Different Shapes
- Preheat the oven and allow the rolls to rise once more. Prepare a 9×13-inch baking dish by lining it with parchment paper and spraying it with cooking oil. Organize the rolls in the baking dish so that they are slightly spread away from one another. Allow the rolls to rise for 30 to 40 minutes, or until they are puffy and fill the baking pan. Set a rack in the centre of the oven and preheat the oven to 375°F while brushing the rolls with melted butter. Melt the butter and spread it over the dinner rolls when they have risen. Bake the rolls for 15 to 18 minutes, or until the tops are lightly browned and the crust is still soft. Bake the rolls for 15 to 18 minutes, or until they are golden brown. Grasping the parchment paper, carefully transfer the rolls from the baking dish to a wire rack and allow to cool until they are safe to handle
The dough is made by combining the components. Using a stand mixer (or a big mixing bowl if you’re doing it by hand), combine the yeast and warm water until well combined, then set it aside until completely dissolved. Using a medium-sized mixing bowl, whisk together all of the ingredients until smooth. Stir this into the yeast mixture until it is well incorporated. In a large mixing bowl, combine all of the flour and whisk until a shaggy dough forms; Make the dough by kneading it in. Let the dough rise for 1 hour at room temperature, kneading on a moderate speed or by hand on the counter until smooth but somewhat sticky (the dough should bounce back when probed).
- Allow around 1 hour for the dough to rise in a warm location until it has doubled in size; Rolls should be divided and formed.
- Place a piece of flour on top of the dough and scrape it in.
- To roll the dough into rolls, tuck the edges beneath to make a plump small packet, then roll the dough against the counter or between your palms until it is round.
- Using parchment paper, line a 9×13-inch baking dish and coat it with nonstick cooking spray.
- 30- to 40-minute rise time is required for the rolls to become pillowy and fill the baking dish.
- Bake the rolls for 15 to 18 minutes, or until the tops are golden brown and the crust is still soft.
- With your hands, carefully transfer the rolls from the baking dish to a wire rack and set aside until they are cool enough to handle.
1-Hour Soft and Buttery Dinner Rolls
It is possible that this content contains affiliate links. Please take the time to read my disclosure policy. Soft & Buttery Dinner Rolls are a favorite of mine that can be made in one hour by hand or with a stand mixer and are incredibly delicious when served fresh from the oven. Is there anything better than a pan of freshly baked dinner rolls straight from the oven? Actually, indeed — this simple dinner roll dish may be prepared in less than an hour and served immediately! This recipe has been a go-to for me for years, and it consistently produces the most delightfully soft, fluffy, buttery rolls every single time.
In addition, because everything can be put together in under an hour, this recipe is more manageable on hectic weeknights when you’re needing some handmade bread, and it’s also super-helpful on holidays when you’re trying to multi-task everything.
You may also experiment with other flavors to make your rolls more garlicky, herb-y, cheesy, or whatever other combinations seem interesting to you.
The bottom line is that this dinner roll recipe is a keeper and has never failed me. In other words, if you’re searching for a fantastic new recipe to add to your collection, save this one and give it a shot!
1-Hour Dinner Rolls Recipe | 1-Minute Video
Before we get into the details of the recipe, here are a few points to keep in mind regarding the items you’ll need to prepare these homemade dinner rolls:
- Water and milk: These will serve as the basis liquids for the bread dough that we will be making today. Alternatively, you may use a basic plant-based milk (such as oat milk or almond milk) instead of the dairy milk I used. melted butter: This will be used to both bake the rolls and brush the tops of the rolls. The honey is used to provide a subtle sweetness. It is necessary to use 1 tablespoon of active dry yeast in this recipe. When buying yeast in 0.25-ounce packets, you will need somewhat more than one packet if you buy it in 0.25-ounce packets. All-purpose flour was the only type of flour I used in this recipe’s testing. However, if you decide to experiment with alternative flours, please report your findings in the comments area below. Sodium bicarbonate (salt): This will be mixed into the rolls to bring out all of the lovely buttery tastes. Do not hesitate to add some flaky salt on top of the warm buns right before serving them.
Tips For How To Make Dinner Rolls:
The whole recipe for how to make delicious dinner rolls is listed below, but here are a few useful pointers to keep in mind as well:
- Check to see whether your yeast has expired before using it. When a batch of bread dough does not rise, this is one of the most typical reasons for it to do so. Please double-check the expiration date on any yeast that may be lurking in your cupboard at this time. Moreover, if the yeast does not begin to puff and bubble up within 5 minutes of being combined with the liquid ingredients, discard away the batch and start over with fresh yeast. Examine the liquid components to ensure that they are at the proper temperature. Ensure that the liquid components (water, melted butter, milk, and honey) are heated to a temperature that is between 100 and 110 degrees Fahrenheit while cooking them together. If the mixture becomes too heated, the yeast will be killed. If the temperature is too low, the yeast may not be able to activate. Do not skip the rise times
- The mixture should feel warm to the touch rather than hot
- Nonetheless, I usually recommend checking the mixture with a cooking thermometer just to be sure. They are critical in assisting the dough in rising and creating the soft and fluffy texture that we are aiming for. There is no need to worry about being flawless. When dividing the dough into 12 rolls, don’t be concerned about making sure they are all exactly the same size as one another. If some of them are somewhat larger or smaller than the others, hakuna matata.:)
- They will all bake together in the pan.
Possible Recipe Variations:
Here are a couple of more possible tweaks to this dinner roll dish that you might try:
- Using the make-ahead option: To prepare dinner rolls ahead of time, simply follow the instructions up until the point at where you shape the individual rolls and set them in the baking dish. Then, securely cover the baking dish with plastic wrap and place it in the refrigerator for up to 48 hours. Transfer the dish to the counter and allow it to come to room temperature for 2 hours before baking, and then bake according to package directions
- Make it vegan by following these steps: In place of honey, substitute plant-based milk and butter, as well as your favourite sweetener. Make the rolls extra garlicky by adding 1 teaspoon of garlic powder to the bread dough
- Alternatively, you may boil some chopped garlic in butter and spread it on top of the rolls after they’ve been baked. Incorporate finely chopped fresh herbs (such as rosemary or parsley) into the bread dough to impart flavor to the rolls
- Alternatively, you might combine some finely chopped fresh herbs with melted butter to brush on top of the rolls after they have been baked. Add cheese: To make cheesy rolls, you may also stir in 1/3 to 1/2 cup of freshly grated cheddar cheese. (Alternatively, I enjoy incorporating some freshly grated Parmesan into the dough and then dusting some on top of the rolls during the final 5 minutes of baking.)
More Favorite Bread Recipes:
Are you looking for additional quick and simple bread recipes to add to your collection? Here are a handful of my personal favorites.
- The following recipes include: No Knead Bread, Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits, Rosemary Focaccia Bread, Honey Beer Bread, Healthy Banana Bread, and more.
Soft & Buttery Dinner Rolls are a favorite of mine that can be made in one hour by hand or with a stand mixer and are incredibly delicious when served fresh from the oven.
- Prepare your oven as well as your baking dish. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Prepare a 9 x 13-inch baking dish by spraying it with cooking spray and setting it aside
- Bring the liquids to a boil. Cooking Instructions: In a microwave-safe bowl (or saucepan, see below), whisk together the water and melted butter until smooth. Stir in the milk and honey until completely incorporated. Stir the ingredients after it has been microwaved for 1 minute in the microwave. Continue to microwave the mixture in 15-second intervals until it reaches 110 degrees Fahrenheit, stirring after each interval. It will be warm to the touch, but not scorching. (*Alternatively, you may cook the mixture in a saucepan over medium-low heat until it reaches 110°F.) Toss in the yeast. Pour the liquid mixture into the big bowl of a stand mixer and mix on high speed for several minutes. Stir in with a fork to incorporate the ingredients, then let aside for 5 minutes, or until the yeast has foamed up and become frothy. Combine the dry ingredients. Mix in 3 1/2 cups of flour (but not all of the flour) and the salt until well blended. To knead the dough by hand, follow the directions in the notes section at the bottom of this page: On a medium-low speed, incorporate the dry ingredients with the dough-hook until everything is well-combined. Pour in 1/4 cup additional flour at a time, until the dough comes away from the edges of the bowl and feels only slightly sticky when touched. (Use a total of no more than 4 cups of flour.) Continue to mix on a moderate speed for another 4-5 minutes, or until the dough is smooth and elastic. Then, using your hands, shape the dough into a ball and place it in an oiled basin
- Let the dough to rise. Cover the bowl with a moist cloth or a piece of paper towel and let it aside for 15 minutes to rise slightly
- Make the rolls in a circular motion. Using your fingers, gently press the dough down and split it into 15 equal-sized pieces. Using your hands, roll each piece of dough into a ball and set it in the prepared baking dish. Cover with a wet cloth or paper towel and let aside for an additional 15-20 minutes to allow the dough balls to rise
- Bake. Remove the lid and continue baking for 15 minutes, or until the rolls are softly golden brown on top and cooked throughout
- More butter should be applied after that. After transferring the baking dish to a wire cooling rack, brush the tops of the rolls with the melted butter: Warm the dish before serving. Then serve while still warm and enjoy
Yeast: I usually buy my yeast in bulk, which saves money. The 0.25-ounce packets, on the other hand, contain 2.25 teaspoons of yeast each packet, assuming you are using them. As a result, you will need slightly more than one packet to get one tablespoon of liquid. Using your hands, knead the dough as follows: It’s not a problem if you don’t have a stand mixer. Step 5 (mixing the dough) is as simple as mixing the dry ingredients into the wet components as much as you can. Then turn the dough out onto a floured surface and knead it by hand for 5 to 7 minutes, or until it is smooth and elastic, adding up to 1/4 cup more flour if the dough becomes too sticky.
Easy soft and fluffy bread rolls
This simple recipe yields the softest, fluffiest bread rolls possible, yet it only calls for a handful of ingredients. It’s great for burgers, sandwiches, or as a side dish with soup.
Ingredients needed to make bread rolls
- Flour. I used all-purpose flour, but cake flour can easily be substituted for this recipe. It is possible to use bread flour, but the finished result may not be as light and fluffy as with pastry flour. Yeast that is ready right away
- Milk. This is an enriched dough, which means it contains milk, butter, and egg, but you may substitute water if you like. Butter. It is also possible to use vegetable oil, olive oil, or canola oil. Ingredients: egg, sugar, and salt
How to make bread rolls
- Make the dough by combining the following ingredients: Whisk together quick yeast, warm milk (you may use water if you like), and sugar until well combined. Allow this mixture to rest for 5 minutes, or until it becomes frothy and creamy. 3 cups flour (for these rolls, because they are so soft and fluffy, any flour will work because they are so soft and fluffy). In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the dough hook attachment, combine the flour (all purpose, cake, bread, or wholewheat) and salt. Pour the yeast mixture into the mixer while it is still running and let it to combine. Add a beaten egg and then the softened butter, beating well after each addition. At this point, the dough may appear to be quite moist and sticky. Add the remaining cup of flour to the mixture, 1 tablespoon at a time, allowing each addition to be well mixed in after each addition. It’s possible that you won’t need all of the flour. Soft, smooth, and just a smidgeon of sticky dough are required for this recipe. Allowing the dough to prove (rise) is essential: Wrap the dough in plastic wrap or a moist dish towel to keep it from drying out. Allow for an hour of rising time or until the volume has doubled. Using a floured surface, roll out the dough and divide it into 8 equal pieces. Make a ball out of each piece and lay it on a baking sheet that has been lined with parchment paper. Depending on the size of the sheets, you may need to prepare two of them. The bread rolls should not be placed too near to one another since they will rise throughout the baking process. Re-cover the bread rolls with plastic wrap and let them aside to rise for another 30 minutes while you prepare the oven. Bake the bread rolls according per package directions: Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until the dough balls are golden brown and sound hollow when tapped on the bottom, after brushing with egg wash and placing them in the oven to rise again. Remove the pan from the oven and quickly brush it with melted butter to finish it off. Allow for 10 minutes of cooling time before serving.
Make ahead and freezing instructions
- Preparation ahead of time: The dough may be prepared up to two days ahead of time and stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Remove the dough from the refrigerator an hour before baking to enable it to come up to room temperature before baking. Keeping baked buns in an airtight container for up to a day is a good idea. Freezing: Baked rolls may be stored for up to 3 months if they are wrapped in aluminum foil and placed in a freezer bag. To defrost, take the frozen meat from the bag and loosen the foil slightly before allowing it to thaw overnight in the refrigerator. Once frozen, they can be eaten immediately or warmed in the oven. In addition to baking from frozen until golden brown and risen, dough balls can also be frozen and cooked from frozen.
What to serve with bread rolls
- The following recipes are easy to make: bacon cheese burgers, chicken broccoli soup, Portuguese prego rolls, and fried chicken sandwich.
Easy bread recipes
- Easy White Bread
- Homemade Naan Bread
- No-Yeast Flatbread
- Easy Crusty Bread
- Easy White Bread
- 10g (2tsp)instant yeast
- 1tsp sugar
- 3-4 cupsflour (any white flour can be used: cake, all purpose, or bread)
- 112tsp salt
- 1 big egg
- 1/4 cup softened butter
- 1 tsp baking powder
For the egg wash
- Combine the milk, sugar, and yeast in a large mixing bowl. Allow for a 10-minute resting period until frothy
- Combine the flour and salt in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the dough hook attachment
- Mix until well combined. Add the milk mixture while the mixer is still running and let it to knead in. Allow the egg to be included by beating it in
- Allow the butter to be kneaded into the dough. Adding the remaining cup of flour one tablespoon at a time until the dough is soft, smooth, and only slightly sticky will be necessary at this point
- The dough will be fairly sticky. Place a plastic wrap or a moist dish towel over the top and let aside for 1 hour. While the dough is rising, prepare two sheet pans by covering them with parchment paper or baking paper and putting them in the refrigerator. Using a floured surface, transfer the dough and divide it into eight equal pieces. Roll each piece of dough into a ball and set it on the sheet pans that have been prepped. Take care not to group them too closely together since they will continue to rise. While preheating the oven to 180 degrees Celsius/350 degrees Fahrenheit, cover and let the dough to rise for 30 minutes. For the egg wash, whisk together the egg and water until well combined. Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until the dough balls are golden brown and risen, after brushing them with egg wash and placing them in the oven. When the bread rolls are cooked, they will make a hollow sound when tapped on the bottom. Remove from the oven, drizzle with a little butter, and set aside to cool for 10 minutes before serving
215 calories|31 grams of carbohydrates|7 grams of protein|7 grams of fat|2 grams of saturated fat|447 milligrams of sodium|179 milligrams of potassium|4 grams of fiber|1 gram of sugar|26 milligrams of calcium|2 milligrams of iron