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Dinner rolls

post #1 of 8
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I've been making these for a while now. The following qview is of dinner rolls for Christmas. I also make hamburger size buns and regular loaf bread using the same recipe. These won't fall apart with a juicy burger patty or pulled pork like the store bought ones. I'll save you the torture of the risings. These were made in a 8"x8" disposable cake pan. Each roll weighed 25 grams prior to baking.

After the second raise. Next is into the oven.

After 15 minutes at 375°

The recipe requires that everything is weighed in grams. I have it on an excel spreadsheet. The recipe is adjustable for the amount of dough needed. This batch was 400 grams, 16 rolls* 25 grams. For hamburger buns I use 80 grams per bun, The same 8x8 pan makes 4 buns requiring 320 grams. A 1 lb. loaf of bread requires 455 grams.

Anyone interested in the excel spreadsheet that I use just PM me and include your email address.

Thanks for looking
post #2 of 8

Excellent looking rolls my friend, thanks for sharing
post #3 of 8
Now those are some mighty fine looking buns/rolls that you are making there.PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #4 of 8
Great rolls. Bread is my down fall for a diet...... but what a way to go!!!
post #5 of 8
Great looking buns! I'll have to pass on the recipe - anything that requires an exactness to the gram is outta my league!

I use my mom's recipe, which goes like this:

2 cups warm water
2 T sugar
2 t salt
Desolve 2 t yeast until it bubbles, (and here is the good part),

"add enough flour to make good dough"!!!icon_confused.gif

Love your bread pictures.
Thanks for sharing,
post #6 of 8
Great looking rolls even if I don't know what a gram is!icon_mrgreen.gif
post #7 of 8
Nothing like homemade.....PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #8 of 8
Love Homemade Breads... They look Great...PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
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