Homemade 60 Minute Rolls
This quick and easy recipe for 60 Minute Rolls is really worth making, especially if you have a little time to spare. This could even be a fun recipe for kids who enjoy helping out in the kitchen because bread making is not only an art unto itself, it’s also a chemistry lesson in the making. Kids also love to eat what they’ve made themselves, and it’s never too early to learn how to make bread. These delicious rolls taste just like Grandma’s and are so much better than the kinds that come in a box, or the ones you buy frozen. Making this bread roll recipe is a lot faster than a lot of other yeast breads. What’s one hour when you can enjoy fresh-baked rolls for supper and fill your home with the aroma of fresh-baked bread?
If you’ve always wanted to try making bread but were feeling a bit squeamish, this is the perfect beginner’s bread-making recipe to start with. It will help give your confidence a boost so you can be baking more elaborate bread recipes in no time. When you are baking bread, however, there are just a few important things to keep in mind. First of all, you will need to let your dough rise twice. This will happen once in the bowl after you’ve mixed it all up, and then it will happen after you’ve cut your rolls and placed them on the pan – just before they go into the oven. These two rising sessions give the yeast plenty of time to do its magic and will ensure that your bread not only rises properly, but is light and fluffy when it comes out of the oven. Another important point to remember is, when you’re mixing your dough, only add a little bit of flour at a time. Over-flouring can make it too “doughy” and even dry it out too much. You will also be using flour during the kneading process, so it’s important just to ease into it.
You’ll also need to make sure that you’re baking your bread at the proper temperature for the proper amount of time. Always use the recipe’s guidelines for oven temperature and baking time when making your bread recipes. Some ovens run hotter than others, so get to know your oven, its particular quirks, and bake accordingly. When the bread rolls come out of the oven, it will need to go onto a bread cooling rack. This will let the air circulate around the bread as it's cooling so there’s no moisture build-up from the resulting steam. Moisture build-up can cause your bread to become soggy and even cause it to mold prematurely. Allow your bread to cool off entirely before cutting into it, so it will maintain its beautiful shape.
Thanks to Danita over at the O Taste and See blog for sharing this easy bread roll recipe with us. If you’re looking for more home-cooked, Southern-style recipes for snacks, appetizers, desserts, dinners, lunches, breakfasts, and special occasions, you might want to drop by for a visit sometime.*
Nutrition Facts for: 60 Minute Rolls from O Taste and See
Ingredients: All-purpose flour, sugar, salt, dry yeast, milk, water, margarine.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 14 servings.* Per Serving:Calories 180, Calories from Fat 36, Total Fat 4.0g 6%, Saturated Fat 0.8g 4%, Cholesterol 1mg 0%, Sodium 214mg 9%, Potassium 70mg 2%, Carbohydrates 31.1g 10%, Dietary Fiber 1.2g 5%, Sugars 3.5g, Protein 4.7g, Vitamin A 3%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 3%, Iron 10%
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