Suggestions for Homemade rolls/buns?
I'm having a party tomorrow night and will be cooking up a brisket and butt for about 20 people. I've got a slow day today and am in the mood to do some baking. Does anyone have a good recipe for homemade sandwich rolls or buns? I've made parker house rolls for this in the past and enjoyed them but am wanting to try something new.
Go buy Sweet Hawian rolls and make sliders with them. Use today to make some variations of cool slaws to dress the sliders with.
I don't buy bread & rolls I bake my own this is the recipe I use for bbq sandwiches and burgers
yield: 6 hamburger six rolls or 1 dzn dinner rolls
3 cups All purpose flour
1 tsp salt
2 tsp or 1 pkg of yeast
1 1/8 cup warm water
2 tbl shortening
1/2 tsp honey
Dissolve the honey into the warm water in the bowl of your stand mixer and sprinkle on the yeast sle stand for 15 min
Add 1/2 the flour and add the paddle attachment and mix fro 5 min
Slowly add the remaining flour allowing to incorporate after each addition
When the dough pulls cleanly from the sides of the bowl and the bottom add teh shortening and knead on med for 5 min.
Form into a ball and place into a lightly oiled bowl cover with plastic wrap and allow to rise fro 1 hr
Punch down reform the ball divide into 1/3 rds and divide each 1/3rd in 1/2
form each piece into a ball by cupping it in your hand and rolling it in a circular motion on the countertop repeat for all pieces
grab a good daub of shortening and coat each ball and press flat use your thumb an make an indentation in the center and place it on a lightly greased baking sheet. Equally space the rolls about 1" apart cover with plastic wrap and allow to rise until double about 45 min.
bake on the center rack in a preheated 400 deg oven 15 min.
allow to cool before serving
If you want a sweeter dough add 3 tbl sugar
If you want a crumb like that of a commercial bread repalce the water with milk and add 1 egg and 3 tbl sugar
Thanks bludawg, that's exactly what I was looking for. If I'm doing my math right this will make 6 rolls?
Edit: And I just read the top of the recipe and it states clearly that this makes six rolls. The lesson as always, I'm an idiot.
I like the sweet Hawaiian rolls suggestion above, if you want to make it yourself here is a recipe below. I made them stuffed with PP for a TD and they are amazing.
Here's the one I use.
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