Thursday, February 20, 2014

Bread Rolls, mixed in TMX and Baked in Air Fryer.

I smile every time i think of this recipe and process. 4 or 6 bread rolls in less than  1  hour,  costing 50 cents. They also reheat beautifully in the Air Fryer in less than 5 minutes.
I used 1/2 the No Fuss recipe,  found on this Blog,  but to save you looking will print the whole recipe from go to wo.
I used a Philips Air Fryer XL,  cost , about $400.
Ingredients.
250g. Bakers or bread flour. (I use Laucke Crusty White Mix) if not add 1 teaspoon each of sugar and salt.
160 g. warm water.
1 generous teaspoon of dried yeast.
Process
Place all ingredients into TMX bowl and knead for 3 mins.
Tip on the lightly floured mat and divide into portions for the number of rolls required.
( 5 makes generous  dinner rolls 0f about 80g. each)
Line a round tin that fits into the Air Fryer,  sitting on the mesh.
Place the small buns in the lined dish and spray with water and cover with plastic wrap or a shower cap.
Leave in a warm place to double.  Usually 20 mins to 30 mins
When double brush with egg wash ,  if you wish.
Set pan into Air Fryer and switch on.(Air Fryer should be cold)
160 o for 7 minutes
180 o for  4 minutes
TURN THE ROLLS OVER IN THE DISH
180 o for 3 minutes.
Cool on wire rack.
NOTE
The baked rolls will be about 3 tomes the original dough size.
The dish I used to bake the rolls on is 18cm in diameter and 7 cm high.

4 comments:

anita said...

Elizabeth, thank you for posting with detailed description. I wanted try Masala Buns http://www.rakskitchen.net/2010/10/stuffed-buns-stuffed-masala-buns.html in my newly bought Philips Airfryer, and I could not translate the oven time to airfryer for this recipe. Yours is the only one blog that talks about airfryer rest all recipes are oven. I followed your temprature/time settings and the buns turned out excellent.

Annette Larke said...

Thank you for this detailed recipe - will definitely try it.

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