Recipe by SEEFREE
"Hearty and tasty country style sandwich rolls. Honey, whole wheat and just a little bit of butter. They freeze well too!"
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1 1/4 cups
2 3/4 cups
whole wheat flour
1 1/4 teaspoons
bread machine yeast
I love this recipe. I found the recipe Sunday and have already made 2 batches of rolls and 2 loaves of bread. I don't have a bread machine, so I use my standmixer. I put the dough hook on warm the milk and honey, proof the yeast for 10 min., add the eggs and butter, measure all dry ingredients in a bowl and whisk to make sure distributed, slowly add flour mix in 3 batches.Then I knead with the standmixer 7-10min.To make sure gluten is developed take a golf ball sized piece of dough and stretch in opposite directions using your thumb and forefinger of both hand. If it stretches thin enough to see light through without it tearing right away it is ready.)Then I just followed directions for the rolls or I made loaves. Thank you again. Know my kids only want mom's bread and not store bought bread. We all had fun making it.
Flavor on these were good. I will add more yeast to the mix next time though. I had huge problems getting them to rise so I ended up with fairly flat rolls. Next time more yeast and bigger rolls.
This recipe has earned a permanent spot in my recipe file! Delicious and versatile--I've rolled and cut them, made them into dinner rolls, or shaped them into hoagie buns. I wanted mine wheatier, so I make them with 3 C. whole wheat flour and 1 C. white flour. I also increased the yeast to 1 1/2 tsp to make up for the heavier wheat flour.
These rolls rock! I mean really..I would marry them if I could. I pronounce you roll and wife, you may now kiss the roll. I'm in love. So warm and soft. My soul rolls. I'm going to go live happily ever after with my rolls.
Nice texture and lightly sweet flavor made the rolls kid-friendly. Next time I would make them larger (4 inches at least) to make a better size for sandwiches, and eliminate the melted butter on top, which made them greasy to handle for lunches.
This is a delicious recipe, it is great for any purpose. If you are not using a bread machine, proof the yeast in the warm mil for about 10 minutes and then add the butter, egg and honey. Mix the wet ingredients then add the dry ingredients. I kneaded the dough with my stand mixer for about 5-7 minutes. I use my oven as a proof box by preheating it to 200 with a pan of water on the bottom rack and then turning it off and placing the dough in a greased, glass bowl, turn the dough over so the top is greased, cover with a clean, smooth fabric kitchen towel and let proof for about an hour. punch the dough down and shape into either loafs or rolls and place back in the oven to proof for another hour before baking. Hope this helps!
Perfect. I used the ring of a wide-mouth Mason jar to cut out the rolls, they were the perfect size for burgers.
These are now my favorite rolls...they are SOOOO GOOD. I didn't roll or cut them out. I made 16 hand shaped rolls. Thank you so much.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey Wheat Sandwich Rolls
Serving Size: 1/14 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 14
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 42
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