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Hi Anita! So happy you liked these rolls. The fridge is not recommended because it ruins the texture of baked goods. What you could do the day before, is prepare the dough, let it rise, shape into balls, cover well, then refrigerate for up to 16 hours.
The dough should have risen in the fridge slow cold rise and they should be ready to bake right away the next day.
Good luck and Happy Almost Thanksgiving. I tried these today, and they turned out excellent. The family requested I make them many more times.
They reminded us of baps rolls we had in scotland. Thanks for sharing. My first attempt was good but still not as soft I would like to, i used gold medal better for bread flour.
This week I used Costco bread flour and they did not come out as soft i would like either. What flour are you all using?
Did anyone try to freeze the rolls for later use? Thank you for trying this recipe. I live in Egypt, so we have different brands than the US.
I used an Egyptian local brand called El Doha. This is now my favorite recipe…did anyone tried to make bread sticks with this dough?
Do you think it would work? Glad to hear that Anita! My sister-in-law ended up meeting him when he was 89 years old. He no longer had the recipe and could not remember the portions but the secret seems to be the kneading…he did his with a rubber spatula.
He also told her how to form it into a pull bread and he wrapped his while it was still warm. Your picture seems to have the same texture as his bread.
I will be eternally grateful if it is like his. We had to buy an extra loaf since we would have slices before we got home. Wow Darlena I absolutely love recipes with stories behind them.
These rolls are absolutely amazing! I have had the worst experience making bread and was a little afraid to try any more recipes but these came out so fluffy , I shocked myself.
And you were right — I should have doubled the recipe. I shocked myself the first time I tried them too lol!
Maybe I could help. This recipe is amazing! I was actually in the process of perfecting a different baking challenge as i wasnt getting a light puffy product when i came across this recipe.
So i made this but rolled a portion as the bread roll in your photos and a portion as my challenge target. Well instead of rolling them into dinner rolls, roll the dough flat and thin and cut like a pizza!
Rest to rise, wet with egg yolk and sprinkle sesame seeds. Too bad i cant add photos here. Yum yum yum! That sounds amaaaazing!
Thanks for sharing your inspiration. Gotta try it as soon as I get the chance. I had to leave a comment! I never bake things well, but wanted to try these.
And they came out perfect! My family loved them. Even when I presented them to them, you can tell they know me too well as not a great baker.
But no! They came out perfect. Thanks for explaining the recipe and …to be truthful the images helped. Will make again!
I cook meats and vegetables no problem, baking eludes me, but I made these and they came out perfect! Angela you have no idea how happy this makes me feel!
Hii emergency! Can i use this dough as for a donut what i mean can i fry this type of dough? Does it matter? Hi Fatma! Very interesting question I must say.
Please let me know how it turns out if you try it yourself. Hi tasbih I tried the fluffy soft rolls and the out come was just perfect.. I just finished making these and followed your recipe exactly.
Mine came out looking just like yours. I had to have one with butter on it right away. It was just how you described them. Next time I am going to use salted butter, but otherwise they are perfect.
I too, have been on a quest for the perfect bun that will have some substance and still be fluffy…. Thank you…Jan! Comments like yours Jan, is what makes my day!
Thank you so much for taking the time to write that amazing feedback. Easiest, fluffiest and best tasting!!
Today, I used the recipe for cinnamon rolls. OMG, they are like delicious, fluffy clouds from heaven!! Love hearing that!
And my question is, in order to get a nice golden bottom for the bread, do you put them while they are in their square pan on top of the other one, cookie sheet or pizza stone?
Hope that help! Choukran Habibti! So happy you loved it so much! I tried this recipe and i was in love with it! Soft and fluffy.
I was wondering if i can use this bread recipe to bake some mexican coffee buns? I did a little googling and boy do they look delicious.
I have tried this dough in so many applications from cinnamon rolls coming soon! I really believe this is a great all purpose dough, that works for just about anything.
My only regret is that it took me so long to discover your site. I have tried many roll recipes over the years and could never find the perfect one.
Until now. And as I like to say, perfect is good enough! Your detailed instructions were spot on and I will never cook rolls another way.
I have also been searching for the ultimate burger bun and I think this recipe could easily be adapted.
My guess would be to cut the sugar in half, separate the rolls into individual buns and place on a baking sheet so they would spread out into round pillows of perfection?
What are your thoughts or do you have a preferred recipe? By the way, the attention to detail in your pictures is absolutely amazing and extremely helpful.
Do you shoot those yourself or do you have a professional studio do them? Keep up the great work.
You have thousands of us depending on your research! Thank you!!! Bruce your comments are always a pleasure to read and they just make my day.
I would just like to apologize for my late reply as I was so busy with my mom who just had surgery. Thank you so much for your patience, kind words and trust.
I like the way you plan to go at it. Placing them far from each other on a baking sheet is the way to go, but may I also suggest that you flatten them into disks with your hands after you do so before the second rise.
The baking time will most probably be shortened, as more of the surface will be exposed to the heat. I have another incredibly fluffy recipe for rolls that you may want to check.
It uses potato flour, which makes them so soft and fluffy. Hi Tasbih I am new to baking. This will be my first attempt. I am so much encourage by your step by step guidance.
I have always loved to bake a so fluffy very sweet bread rolls. What will happen if I double or triple the amount of sugar but maintaining the same amount of the other ingredients.
Hi Bonsu! Welcome to the world of baking! If you do increase the sugar, no need to change anything else in the recipe. Hi Tasbih Do you also have any tips on how I can bake extra sweet sugary fluffy soft bread by using your method or do you have any idea or other ingredients I will need for soft sweet sweet bread.
I recommend checking these Cinnamon Rolls recipe! The base dough uses the same method as this one, but is sweetened with a cinnamon sugar filling and cream cheese frosting.
Hi Tasbih If I double the amount of sugar in the mixture, do I also need to double the amount of yeast as well?
The only change I made was to add 2 tablespoons of potato flour to the dough, a little trick I borrowed from another one of your recipes.
Per your suggestion, I spread the buns out on a baking sheet instead of in a pan and this recipe made nine buns weighing approximately 75 g each. After placing them on a cookie sheet with parchment paper, I flattened them out with about an inch of space in between each bun.
After a second rise of about 45 minutes, I cooked them at for only 15 minutes and the results were out of this world. I did three styles which were plain, egg wash, and water with sesame seeds.
Each had their own flavor and appearance profile but I was mostly interested to see what the egg wash vs plain would do to the top crust of the bun a few hours later.
All were equally as soft as a pillow with the plain and sesame seed ones looking the most like a traditional hamburger bun.
Thank you again so much for your detailed feedback; I know a lot of readers, myself included, are going to benefit from it and refer back to it.
Planning to experiment with turning this dough to hot cross buns over the weekend…wish me luck! I have made these rolls at least 20x times now if not more.
I double the recipe, double the sugar and use them to make Ukrainian piroshki. I fill them with apple or poppy seed filling, whatever I have on hand.
I always weigh out the ingredients and have never had a bad batch of dough. Hi Oksana! I did not know what Piroshki is until you mentioned it.
Thank you so much for sharing your take on it; sounds wonderful. I made this bun and it tasted delicious.
I added 2 tablespoons of sugar because I felt like the sweet was not enough for me. Also my yeast was dried yeast so i activated it before adding to flour.
Anyways it tasted delicious. Your rolls look absolutely fabulous Abeesh! Thank you so much for sharing this lovely picture with us.
Hi, you said the recipe can be doubled. I doubled but the dough is never kneaded till done. It stays sticky.
Hi Louise! I knead the double batch for the same amount as the single one. That could vary from one mixer to the other, depending on its speed, power and capacity.
So I recommend using the suggested time as a guideline, but not as a rule and go with visual and textural cues instead.
Ok, thanks for your comment. And guess what! I had the exact same bread as your picture! And this taste, this cotton bread, this fluffynessssssss!
Thank you so much, i will do it again and again! Oh my goodness they really do look like cotton indeed. I gave it a try yesterday and it was a success it never lasted long before all the loaf was gone..
I decided to try it in a loaf form and my first time was a success. It was perfect! Oh my goodness Sheryl…. And I forgot to mention, I actually hand-kneaded it which was quite a workout but definitely worth every single effort.
Again, thank you so much for sharing your amazing recipes. You got a great talent! Hi there, just tried this recipe. No matter how much I kneaded it, it was still visible in its little balls.
My yeast is new. I also had troubled with the 2nd rise. I do live in a cold climate so had to put in the oven to get to rise.
Any suggestions to get my yeast to dissolve? HI Claire! I know what you mean, I can actually see the yeast specks in the dough.
You can try whisking the yeast in the warm milk and leaving it for 10 minutes to foam up. That will definitely help. It never actually got to the ball stage, but I decided to just go with it.
Once it finished rising, it was good to go and very much a bread dough, albeit very light. Thank you for sharing! Thank you so much for your amazing comment.
Since making your dinner rolls, I have never considered making rolls another way! But now I am having to look at gluten-free options for my wife as she has developed some issues in that regard.
I am experimenting with rice flours, potato flour, etc. I appreciate everything that you do and love reading your recipes.
Keep up the awesome work! Hi Bruce! Please let us know how they turn out if you do experiment with them. Hi Raelynn! I actually have a cinnamon roll recipe, that uses this very dough.
Click here to check it out. I used this recipe to make cinnamon rolls. I actually have a cinnamon roll recipe that used this dough as the base.
I made these the other day and they were a-MA-zing! The taste was delicious, and goodness, they still rose. I may have to double up though, because the first batch, even with the largely inactivated yeast were devoured within an hour of coming from the oven.
Your future self will thank you. Active dry yeast on the other hand has to be pre-activated. Just make sure that your yeast is not old to ensure a good rise.
Another thing that could make these rolls dense, is adding too much flour. So just keep that in mind and weigh your ingredients if you have a kitchen scale to ensure maximum accuracy.
Hi, I am going to try this recipe! How long can this last out at room temperature and how should it be stored if at room temperature?
Hi Lindy! Just give them a quick zap in the microwave to recapture that freshly baked warmth and texture. And may I offer a tip in return? My cold oven warms up to 26C by just putting the light on and leaving the door shut.
Good for proofing in a colder climate. Now, of course you have to take the pan out when you start the pre-heat,! I use this trick a lot with my sourdough breads, when it is cold over here and it has to preferment overnight.
Linda, dear, please accept my utmost respect for your choice and usage of scales. Thank you so much for your amazing tips! SO helpful.
Thanks for the lovely recipe!! I googled the whole day for the best and easiest receipt and your won all of them!! How could I have missed your website for so many years!
Everything is absolutely amazing!!! These rolls look divine Amanda! I hope you enjoy everything you try from my blog just as much as liked this one.
When I baked it, it came out fine but will you give me measurements of the liquids for brown flour. I think the brown flour needs more liquids than the white flour.
Hello Munthirah! Indeed whole wheat flour does require a higher level of hydration than white flour. This will need a bit of experimentation.
I was super lazy, and just dumped the dry n wet ingredients together and just machine mixed them. In the beginning, it was very slow to raise after half an hour, but after prolong proofing, everything turned out fine.
These were SOOO tasty and nice and high and buttery and soft! I ended up having to use about 2 tbsp extra of flour but I used all-purpose flour so that could be the reason.
Thanks for the great recipe! Really happy to hear that this has become your go-to roll recipe. For how long should they be kept in the freezer.
Will they loose their fluffiness? Oh wow tripled the recipe?! Covered tightly, it should keep well for 3 months. Do not make these hockey pucks.
The ingredient ratio is very wrong. I wish I had just taken all of the ingredients that went into baking these and thrown them into the trash and saved myself the time, aggravation and disappointment.
I questioned the recipe when I saw it and should have used my good judgement and skipped. Yeast must be activated in advance of just throwing it in, but I went for following the recipe exactly — big mistake!
Hi Karen! Instant yeast is designed to be thrown in with the dry ingredients and does not need to be activated beforehand.
If using any other kind of yeast, then yes, it must be bloomed in warm liquid before proceeding with the recipe. You can read in the comments section how loved this recipe is.
Wishing you better luck next time. Baked bread for the first time in my life yesterday with this recipe. It turned out perfect- I did not even use bread flour, used normal flour available in the Australian super markets.
Love this recipe. Thanks so much. I gonna try Australian bread flour with this recipe in next time. This recipe is soo good i tried it twice.
First time as a dinner roll, second time as a loaf. Both turned out beautifully. My only problem is the bottom browns too quickly!
Have you experienced this? Do you have any remedy for it? Really happy that they turned out so wonderfully with you. If so, try using a light colored pan and maybe move the oven rack one level higher.
I love your cinnamon roll recipe! And this seems similar to it, would I be able to make this like a babka style lad?
This bread stands out because of its beautiful light milk color. To make the milk bud, you need warm milk in a glass and add dry yeast to the milk and stir.
In a clean bowl add all-purpose flour, sugar, milk yeast mixture. Mix the dough when it starts to come together add the salt.
Add the salt afterward and not directly to yeast coz it can affect the rise of the dough. Set the spatula aside and knead the dough together with your hands.
Firts time I tried your recipe and it went very well. Hi there, After kneading on the stand mixer for 10 mins my dough was only slightly sticky, not wet.
Should I add more liquid to it? I did the reverse and mixed the flour and other ingredients into the yeast mixture.
Could that be the reason why my dough was on the. Drye dryer side? The slightly sticky dough is actually the correct texture.
The dough is not very wet when the kneading is done. Excellent bread rolls. First rise went nowhere. After an hour and a half, I went ahead with shaping and the second rise.
After another 90 minutes, I baked. They turned out soft and fluffy. These are excellent without it. Great smeared with sweetened condensed milk ….
Maggie, this recipe is a winner, producing yummy rolls with a feathery soft interior and a delicately crunchy crust.
I pulled them from the oven at 22 minutes, at which point they were nicely browned. I increased the dough weight to 80 grams, rolled the dough pieces into cylinders, and used a Wilton non-stick pan with openings for 8 mini breads.
I think the condensed milk helped give the rolls a nice challah-like texture. You are quite right, by the way.
They will all be gone by the end of the day tomorrow! Hi Maggie! Do you think I would possibly be able to fill these buns with a savoury filling like a take on a Char Sui style bun?
Freaking delicious rolls! This is an easy must try recipe. I did use a scale to measure everything and it made a huge difference.
I used a KitchenAid mixer on the 2 setting for 2 minutes and the 4 setting for 1 additional minute. It looked like it was mixed just enough.
Baked for 28 mins and they came out perfect. Thank you Maggie!!! Such a hit. They are super soft and the house smells amazing.
Also your room temperature matters. So the best way is to check on the dough until the size doubles. I have one issue though.. You need to hand knead the dough for quite a while, starting from 10 minutes but probably longer.
Please help me! The flavor is great, but the rolls are too moist in the middle although I checked the temperature. Should I have made a larger smaller rolls quantity than 12?
Hi Shelia, I think using a longer baking time will solve the issue. The temperature method might not be super reliable sometimes and I do combine with observing the bottom of the bread.
Would this recipe work with a hand held mixer or bread machine instead of a stand mixer? If so, which would be better?
Brianna, I have never tried either but I think a bread machine will work better. Once you finished kneading in the bread machine, check the dough by stretching it.
Then you can let it rise at room temperature and bake in the oven according to the recipe. Great recipe, thanks for sharing! What do I do if my dough is not to the consistency you mention after kneading in a KitchenAid mixer for 12 minutes?
It still looks wet and sticky. Hi there, let me tell you this recipe is a winner. You can definitely make it into a loaf if you know how to shape it and bake it.
Shaping a loaf requires a different process than the small rolls, and it might not rise well if you shape it wrong.
I think the baking time might be around 25 to 30 minutes, but you should able to tell by observing the top of the bread. I made these amazing rolls over the weekend.
They were too good to last a night. My family ate rhem all at a go!. Now i am here going to do it again and honestly i have to double the recipe!
Yummy soft and just like the bread i used to enjoy in Asia. Hi Carl, good question! We love this bread. It truly tastes like the bread we grew up with, sweet and airy.
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