Sunday, May 31, 2015


Yeast Rolls Recipe

Bread rolls were always be an essential part of our meal  Everyone had their favorite bread rolls but mine was a dinner roll.   From this Soft & Fluffy Dinner Rolls, you can create a lot more variations either sweet, savory or stuffed.   Am going to show you,  how to bake these fantastic rolls..

You will find Soft & Fluffy Dinner Rolls  recipe looks similar to other bread you've baked but the method are a way simpler but turned out fantastic.

It begins with melting the butter using microwave or stove top then adding milk to bring down the temperature.  This is a important step before adding yeast, it should be warm to touch and not hot if not you would kill the yeast. Stir and keep covered for 5-10 minutes  if you're using  active dry yeast until it becomes frothy but if using instant yeast, you can skip the waiting time.

After combining the flour and milk mixture, stir with wooden spoon until well  incorporated.  At this point, it becomes sticky so cover the bowl and let rise for one hour.

Punch the dough down, knead the dough, scraping clean the bowl until smooth.  Add  one or two tablespoons of flour if it was sticky. Cover and let sit for another 30 minutes. Now they're ready to be shaped  and leave to rise again for 1 hour. before baking.

Don't mind to wait for more than 2 hours, in return I was rewarded with perfect, tender and gorgeous rolls! .

Yeast Rolls recipe

Yield  : 6 rolls

200 g  bread flour
50 g  butter
1.5 tsp instant yeast
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 cup milk
2 tablespoon sugar
extra butter for brushing
1 egg

Yeast Rolls recipe

Soft & Fluffy Dinner Rolls Recipe


In a small saucepan, melt the butter, add in milk and remove from heat.

When the milk is warm to touch add in yeast, sugar, salt and an egg. Stir well.

Pour milk mixture onto flour, stir with wooden spoon.  Cover and let it rise for one hour.

Punch the dough down,  knead for 1 minute until smooth.  Cover and let sit for another 30 minutes.

Knead again, divide into 6 portions. Roll into desired shape.

Place rolls onto baking pan, let it rest for 1 hour.

Brush rolls with butter,  bake for 15 minutes @ 180 C until golden.

Remove from oven and brush again with butter.

Yeast Rolls recipe

Other bread recipes:
Fruit & Nut Bread
Caramelized Onion Flatbread
Apple Kolaches

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Rafeeda AR said...

wow... so soft...

Unknown said...

they look so perfect!

Traditionally Modern Food said...

Roll looks delicious..

Medeja- CranberryJam said...

I just love fresh bread rolls!

Motions and Emotions said...

super soft and fluffy

Julie said...

super fluffy breakfast!

Julie said...

super fluffy rolls,yumm

Unknown said...

Perfect buns. Looks delicious. Yum yum :)

Jess said...

These definitely look so delicious!! YUM!

Thanks for joining the Cooking and Crafting with J & J Link Up!

Winnie said...

These rolls are really looking wonderful! I LOVE the texture - so soft :)

Purfylle said...

I love dinner rolls and this looks so easy to make. It's the waiting for the dough to rise that drives me nuts.

great-secret-of-life said...

so soft and perfectly baked bun

Sandra said...

These look yummy! I love homemade bread.
Stopping by from the Great Blog Train...

Also, would like to invite you to share your post at the Simple Homestead Hop :)

Unknown said...

There was a little diner in my hometown that made the best butter rolls...your recipe reminds me of them. I am going to try them for Sunday dinner this week! Thanks for sharing.

I would love it you shared it on the new Our Simple Homestead Blog Hop!

theartinpartyplanning said...

These look so good!

Juliana said...

These rolls sure look light and fluffy...
Have a great day :)

Unknown said...

I have these baking right now and they are making my house smell wonderful!

Thanks for adding it to this week's Our Simple Homestead Hop!

Echo aka The Mad Mommy said...

These look so delicious and fluffy! Thank you for sharing them at the #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup!

Jennifer said...

Yum! I'll have to give these a try.

Unknown said...

These look easy and delicious! Can't wait to try it! Thanks for sharing at #homemattersparty

Jennifer@MyFlagstaffHome said...

Oh, these sound so good! Can't wait to make them.

By the way, I'd love to have you share some posts at my new blog hop—The Weekend Blog Hop at My Flagstaff Home ( It begins on Thursday evening and lasts through the weekend, if you're interested.


Maria said...

Thanks for sharing this yummy buns, at my last Fabulous Friday Party, I have been in Italy and just got back and ready to Party again, hope to see you at my party this weekend, starts tonight and goes until next week! Hugs Maria

Vickie @Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

These look so delicious. I could fill up on these dinner rolls. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty

Unknown said...

Great step by step!
I love freshly baked bread!

Sahana Ajeethan said...

Looks fluffy and yummy. Thank you for linking up with us at #HomeMattersParty. See you again next week.

A Crafty Mix said...

They look so delicious and I always love the recipes you share. You make it all sound so do-able, especially for someone like me who's not very good in the kitchen. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and New Year my friend. I can't wait to see what you'll be making in 2018

Jean | said...

Nora, every meal needs a good bread or roll! These look wonderful! #HappinessIsHomemade

The Lazy Gastronome said...

These are beautiful! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party! I look forward to seeing what you'll bring to the next party.

Miz Helen said...

Your post is on the Top Ten For Full Plate Thursday,477 this week! Thanks so much for sharing with us and you have a great day!
Miz Helen

Donna @ Modern on Monticello said...

I do love bread! Thanks for sharing a recipe to try out. Pinned. #HomeMattersParty

Veronica Lee said...

I absolutely love soft and fluffy rolls.

Happy Wednesday!

NCSue said...

They look gorgeous and I bet your house smelled amazing while they were baking! Thanks for sharing at

Rudbekia said...

Delicious buns and an interesting way to make them