This recipe makes 10 to 12 bread rolls that will be the envy of your friends. These are a favourite in our household and are great to have with soup, BBQ, with sandwich fillings or simply with some butter and jam. The recipe is simple to follow and having made them once try experimenting with the flour types and quantities. Remember, if you use strong wholemeal or strong brown flour as the predominant flour (50% or more of the total flour amount of 500g) add 10g to 20g extra water to the dough mixture.
If you want to "jazz" up the rolls consider adding mixed seeds to the top of the rolls just before they go in the oven. Or, put a meat tin into the bottom of the oven with 250ml of water to generate steam throughout the bake, this will make the rolls crusty and have a nice crunch when eaten.
Simple and yet delicious bread rolls to accompany any meal. - 13 Feb 2015
Made small rolls to accompany mini burgers. Worked a treat and thoroughly enjoyed by my guests. Impressive as a dish at a garden party. All devoured very quickly! Aged a little less sugar an salt to the original recipe - 18 Aug 2015
I have started to use this recipe regularly now- my large family love these rolls and it is a good way to have wholewheat for those that normally refuse to eat this. Great recipe-thank you. - 02 Jul 2015