Friday, May 15, 2015

Dilly Rolls

These delightful little rolls are basically the No Fuss recipe, substituting milk and yoghurt for the water and adding a little onion and herbs. Makes 12 medium sized rolls or 16 smaller ones.
These rolls have a soft crumb and chewy crust.
The inspiration for this recipe was from Epicurious.

500 g bread flour mix
320 g 1/2 milk and 1/2 yoghurt, warmed, ( I did this in microwave).
2 generous teaspoons of dried yeast.
1/2 a small onion finely chopped.
2 teaspoons of Dill seed
2 tablespoons of chopped fine fronds of dill or fennel.
If NOT using flour Mix, then add 1 teaspoon of both salt and sugar.
1 small egg mixed with a little water.

Heat oven to 200 C
Place all ingredients in TMX and knead for 4 minutes at 37 degrees.
Leave in bowl until it reaches the top of bowl
Remove from bowl on to Silmat and fold over several times.
Cut into 12 even sized pieces.
Roll each piece into a ball and place on oven tray.
Brush each ball with egg wash
Cover with plastic and let rise to double
Place dish with water in bottom of oven
Bake rolls for 20 minutes, turning tray after 10 minutes. ( if rolls are to be reheated remove after 15 minutes. )
Cool on wire rack.

Can be frozen.
Can use other seeds and fresh herbs.

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