These are destined for hamburgers for tonight's dinner, but I'm thinking they'd be excellent for pulled pork.
Almost identical to the hot dog recipe except I added vital wheat gluten to this one. Wanted a little more "chew".
1lb bread flour minus 2 tablespoons.
2 tablespoons vital wheat gluten
1 cup 105° water
3TB melted butter plus more for brushing
1/2 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon rapid rise yeast.
Proof, mix, knead, rise, shape, brush with melted butter, proof and then bake at 350° for 25 minutes or until golden brown outside and over 200° inside. Brush with melted butter again then let cool to room temp.
Slice, fill, eat, repeat. This recipe made 6 5oz rolls.
To shape roll out one roll's worth of dough into a 12" rope. Tie a single knot in the middle then bring the bitter ends up and over and tuck in the middle. It's easier to watch than explain so look up a YouTube video on shaping Kaiser rolls.
If you're not clear on the basic bread making process search up Roller's Amish white bread on this forum and there are many posts on the process. Typing on the phone so didn't want to type it all in here.