Saturday, May 26, 2007

Breakfast Rolls

Breakfast Roll

It's been a while since I posted about bread. It's not that I've stopped baking, but mostly I've been doing repeats of stuff that's already appeared here. This, then, is a roll recipe I found over on Anne's Food. I played around with it a bit, replacing 150 g of the plain flour with whole grain and increasing the size of the rolls themselves so I got 16 instead of 24, but really it's the same recipe. And like Anne said, I should think it's pretty much foolproof.

8 comments:

Anne said...

I love the picture! :) Happy to hear that they turned out so well!

Orchidea said...

Oh my God! Those bread looks delicious and the photos are great!
Ciao.

Eva said...

These rolls really look perfect! And they look very crispy although I would have guessed that the butter should make for softer rolls. Please tell me: soft and fluffy or crisp and crunchy?

deinin said...

Anne, thank you for the recipe!

Orchidea, thanks!

Eva: they weren't crisp (I've been thinking I might want to mist the oven or something next time for a different crust) but the dough is fairly dense, denser than your (or at least my) average bread dough, so not really fluffy either. For example, it was quite easy to cut them into bread cubes for the caesar salad in the psot above this one.

Eva said...

Sounds interesting - and I'm still looking for a really good bread rolls recipe (in my opinion much harder to make than your average bread). Hopefully, I can give it a go next weekend!

Helen said...

I will never get tired to tell you how much I like your photography style...as well as your choice of recipes...impeccable!

deinin said...

Helen - wow, thank you! What a wonderful compliment!

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