Sunday, October 11, 2015

HAWAIIAN SWEET ROLLS

Hawaiian Sweet Rolls Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


Am looking for a new bread to try out and saw this Hawaiian Sweet Rolls over the net.  The important ingredient for making this roll was  crushed pineapple.

So confused to go through the recipe, some added milk and some without,  can you tell me which  is the authentic recipe?   Not only that the quantity of butter, eggs and yeast differ from one another.

After browsing so many recipes, decided to try out mine  using the recipe below.   Be careful, the dough turned out quite sticky and hard to handle.  Add 1-2 tablespoon of flour when kneading.  Also the dough takes longer time to rise, mine took 2 hours.  After shaping, let sit for another 1 hour  more before baking.

Baked these rolls for 15 minutes @ 180 C but this depends on individual oven so adjust accordingly.

We are very pleased with the result, these Hawaiian Sweet Rolls turned out soft and  fluffy  with  just the right touch of sweetness.

HAWAIIAN SWEET ROLLS
Yield  :  15 mini rolls

2.5  cup   all purpose flour
3/4 cup crushed pineapple
3  tablespoon  butter melted
1.5  tablespoon milk powder
3/4   tsp salt
1 and 3/4  tsp instant yeast
3  tablespoon  sugar
1 egg (keep  some egg white for topping)

Hawaiian Sweet Rolls Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


METHOD

Place flour, yeast, milk powder  and salt in a mixing bowl. Stir to mix.

Add in  butter and  crushed pineapple.  Mix and forms into soft dough. If too sticky, add 1-2 tablespoons more flour.

Transfer onto floured board, knead by hand for 10 minutes or using a stand mixer.

Place dough in an oiled and covered bowl, let rise until doubled for about  1-2  hours.

Gently punch the dough, divide into  15 mini balls.  Shape as desired and let rise for 60 minutes. Towards the end of rising time, preheat oven @ 180 C,

Brush rolls with egg white  and bake for 10-15  minutes. Cool on wire rack. Enjoy!

Hawaiian Sweet Rolls Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

Other bread recipes you would be interested:

Braided Nutella Brioche
Cinnamon Rolls
Chocolate Swirl Bread

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19 comments:

beena stephen said...

Lovely buns . Looks very yummy

Jolly Homemade Recipes said...

Sounds new and interesting recipe to me..yumm !!

Medeja said...

They look perfectly fluffy!

Winnie said...

Rolls with pineapples - sound AWESOME, and they sure look great :)

Danita Carr said...

I absolutely love homemade bread, and these look incredible! Thanks for sharing at Small Victories Sunday Linkup!

Katerina said...

I love sweet breads and these rolls look perfectly made!

Jess said...

Oh man, do these ever sound Heavenly! YUM!

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

Tayler Morrell said...

Oh my goodness! I LOVE sweet rolls!

Sarah Rose said...

Oooh, Hawaiian sweet rolls are my weakness! Yours look absolutely lovely!

Julie said...

wow..hawaii rolls yummy!

Remya Ravindran said...

This has been on my to do list forever. You have a lovely blog. Found you at Thursday blog hop.

Jas said...

Oh, I can smell them through my screen! YUM Thanks for sharing at Thursday Favorite Things and enjoy your day!

Lisa Milligan said...

These look so delicious! I can't wait to try them! Thank you for sharing at the Alder Collective Link Party! Link up every Wednesday at 8:00 PM EST!

Leigh said...

These look so good that I can almost smell them through my monitor! Thanks for sharing...pinned!

Jennifer Prior said...

I can't wait to try these! Thanks for sharing at My Flagstaff Home!

Jennifer

Sherry Nappa said...

Oooh! These looks so yummy! I love homemade bread. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Merry Monday.

Somali K Chakrabarti said...

These look soft, sweet and yum

Indrani said...

So perfect in color and shape. Excellent shots!

Petra said...

I have never heard of Hawaiian sweet rolls but they sound, and look amazing! Thank you for bringing, and sharing them at Fiesta Friday :)