Best Rolls - Thermomix Recipes from Steph

Best Rolls

From Tenina’s Website  see link: http://tenina.com/2008/08/roll-over-for-these-babies/

Step 1
¼ cup warm water
4 teaspoons Yeast granules

Step 2
4 cups warm water
¾ cup powdered milk
1 cup sugar
1 cup oil
7 cups plain flour

Step 3
2 cups plain flour
1 tsp Baking Powder
1tsp Baking soda
1 tsp salt

Step 1
Combine warm water and yeast in a small bowl, place somewhere warm and wait for the yeast to activate.

Step 2
While the yeast is activating, combine all ingredients from step 2 in a large mixing bowl. Mix together until smooth. Add yeast mixture to the large bowl and I cup of plain flour. Beat together until stretchy. 

Leave to rise until the mixture is double in size.

Step 3
Poke down the dough then add ingredients from step 3. Combine until a soft dough is formed (you may need to add more flour). Once the dough is ready turn onto a floured bench and kneed the dough, the dough is now ready to use.

Store unused dough in the refrigerator for up to 7 days. (Wrap tightly in plastic to prevent it taking over your fridge.)

When baking rolls – shape rolls, buns, as desired leave on baking trays to rise then bake in 180 – 200 degrees oven for about 15 – 20 min.

6 Comments »

  1. avatar Lakshini Says:

    Steph do you have a TM version for dummies of the best rolls?

  2. avatar Steph Says:

    Hi Lakshini, I hope you are enjoying your thermie! Thanks for drawing attention to the fact this is not a TM recipe… I can’t believe it slipped through!! With regards to your question I find the basic bread recipe in the Everyday cookbook works really well to shape into rolls. If you don’t have the whole grain wheat to mill you can increase your flour by 100grams to replace it. I hope this makes sense. Steph xo

  3. avatar Tenina Says:

    http://tenina.com/2008/08/roll-over-for-these-babies
    Original recipe can be found here…not Thermomix either!
    I have not updated this one yet.

  4. avatar Steph Says:

    Thanks Tenina, as always – the woman in the know, I had actually planned to try and Thermomix this dough today but ran out of time, made some challah instead by converting a recipe from Artisan Bread in 5 minutes a day bread book… Great book for converting dough recipes to the Thermomix!!! will post the conversion in the next day or so.

  5. avatar Sally T Says:

    Steph – would these quantities fit in the Thermie?

  6. avatar Steph Says:

    Sally, I’m sure these quantities are way too much for the Thermie, I was looking at halving the recipe. I think you can tell fairly quickly if it’s going to work or not.
    Will report back Steph xo

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