How To Make Bread Rolls



Flour 300 g

Yeast 10 g

Water 150 ml

Salt 5 g


1. Sieve together the flour and salt and dissolve the

yeast in the water warmed to between 26°C and

28°C, then mix with the dry ingredients to form a

stiff dough.

2. Cover with a clean cloth and allow to ferment until

double the size.

3. Knock back and divide into 10 pieces then mould

into balls or cigar shapes.

4. Place on baking trays, make 2 incisions in the tops

and prove until doubled in size.

5. Bake in an oven at 230°C for 30 minutes.


  • Baking Tray
  • 6" Knife
  • Sieve
  • Mixing Bowl
  • Measuring Jug
  • Clean Cloth
  • Cooling Rack

Comments 5 comments

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martycraigs 6 years ago

Wow, this recipe seems relatively easy (I'm sure it's not and there is some trick I'm missing). Anyways, I've always been afraid to start making my own bread...I'm afraid I'll never want to go back to store bought!

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Maxvon 6 years ago from U.K.

I've used a breadmaker in the past - it worked really well - I even made a Ginger cake which was lovely. There's something about home-made bread. Best wishes, Max :)

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Super Chef 6 years ago from Around the world Author

Marty and Maxvon thanks for your comments and this is easy to make just people are scared to try. Thanks for stopping by

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fynxs23 5 years ago from Philippines

Love to try this at home..

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eye say 4 years ago from Canada

awesome, I can't wait to try this, the low heat is the difference in my efforts, happy to have found a recipe that might work well, mmmm fresh rolls tomorrow ...

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