how to make veeeery soft bread : LUSENET : FAQ : One Thread

I have seen in some country, very soft breas ,buns,rolls

I would like to know the method to make the same

we don't have bread machines neither do we have self raising flours

-- Anonymous, April 29, 2000

Answers is a soft honey roll recipe that i also freezes very well. bread flour or high gluton flour 2# 12oz. non-fat dry powder milk 1 c. salt 1/2 Tbsp. instant dry yeast 1/4 c. Melted butter 1/4 c. Eggs 5 ea. honey 3 Tbsp. sugar 1/3 c. water 3 c.

in a small container combine the yeast with1/2 c. of the water and 2 Tbsp of the sugar stir and let set until bubbles form about 10 minutes

in mixing bowl combine the rest of the water, honey,eggs and melted butter add the dry ingredients on top of the wet ingredients add the yeast mix at a low speed until the dough clears the side of the bowl and is very smooth it will be a little sticky let rest until doubled in an oiled container cut into 2 oz. pcs and shape, place on baking sheet with paper let rise until doubled bake at 350 until golden brown when you pull them out of the oven brush a honey butter glaze over them..they must be HOT

for the honey butter glaze melt some butter or margarine add a little honey(personal taste) heat and stir together hope you enjoy the recipe i know it is a hit at work...please let me know if you make the recipe. 8)

-- Anonymous, May 28, 2000

Hi Christin,

I'd like to make this recipe for Thanksgiving (I'll be happy to report the results back to you) and I have a couple of questions.

1. Does that really say 2 pounds 12 ounces of flour?

2. How many rolls does it make?

3. I've never made rolls without a muffin tin, so how do I form them to place them on a baking sheet?

4.You said to "place on baking sheet with paper let rise until doubled". Is there a special kind of paper I should to do this? Do I get rid of it before I put them in the oven?

Sorry to ask so many questions, but I don't want to go to all the trouble of making these and screw them up :D

-- Anonymous, October 24, 2000

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