Saturday, March 3, 2012

Company Dinner Rolls

Add these "healthy" Company Dinner Rolls to a delicious dinner of homemade soup...yum!



Ingredients:

2 1/2c. Warmed Water (115 degrees F.)
1c. Cracked Seven Grain
1 1/2 T. SAF Instant Yeast
1/4c. Butter, softened
4T. Vital Gluten (optional)
4T. Dry Milk Powder
1/4c. Honey
1 Egg
2t. Salt
5-6c. {Freshly ground} Whole Wheat Flour

Combine warmed water, cracked seven grain and yeast. Sponge (let sit) for 15-30 minutes.

Add egg, butter, honey, dry milk powder, salt and vital gluten to the mixture on low speed.

Gradually add enough additional whole wheat flour until dough pulls away from the sides of the bowl. Avoid adding too much flour, as that will make the roll too tough.

Knead the dough until the gluten is fully developed (5-8 minutes).

Raise dough for 30 minutes. Punch down dough and shape into rolls, by oiling your hands and shaping 1/4 cup-fulls of dough into balls. Place closely together but not touching onto greased baking sheets.

Allow the rolls to raise until doubled in size, at least one hour.

Bake @ 350 degrees for 18-22 minutes or until the tops are golden brown. Yields 30-36 rolls.

8 comments:

Abigail Fullerton said...

They look so good. I am going to try cooking then some time.:)

Laura Lee said...

Looks delicious! A wonderful side dish to fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and green beans!

Blessings,

Laura Lee

Rachel said...

mmm mmm mmm, thanks for the recipe

Camille said...

Looks delicious; I'll have to try baking them soon. :)

Tulip said...

That picture was enough to make me hungry for some. I will definitely have to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing!
Blessings,
Tulip

Princess said...

Ummm...looks yummy, seems like American teenagers are capable for cooking. Wow...almost all of you have a recipe in the blog! ^_^

Stephanie said...

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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-Stephanie

The Princess said...

Mmmm, those look delicious! I'll have to try them someday..thanks! =)

Blessings,
Jaime