Friday, January 31, 2014

Sister Miller's Rolls

Sister Miller's Rolls

In a plastic tub or gallon size bag put:

3 3/4c. white flour
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp b. pwdr
1/2 tsp b soda

Dump in bag and stir and set aside.

In 2 quart bag put:

1 tbsp yeast
1/3 c. dry milk powder
1/2 c. sugar
2 c. white wheat flour

Put in bag stir then seal the bag and put it in the gallon size bag and seal store this in the refrigerator.

Then on the day you want to make them...

In her kitchen aide she put 2 c. HOT tap water in the mixer bowl then she dumped the 2 qt bag in and uses a wisk and mix till no lumps, it will look like pancake batter.

Then she dumps the other bag over the top of this batter, do not stir yet. She lets it sit till cracks with lava appear on the top then she attaches bowl to mixer and adds dough hook. 

She turns on mixer to low - you want to do this till dough is stretchy smooth. If after mixing for five minutes it is too firm you can add 1 to 2 tbsp water. Even if it looks too late, it will work the same with it. If it is too sticky do the same with one to two tbsp flour so when it is done kneading in another five min or so.

She uses a 10 1/2 by 15 sided cookie sheet she sprays and puts veg oil on this pan and spread it in a circle in the center of pan and takes dough and puts it on the oiled area. She then washes her metal bowl and then oils it up and puts the dough in the bowl and turns to grease top then cover with a towel and let rise one hour.

Then she makes like golf ball size rolls 35 to be on the oiled pan she tucks and pulls the rolls then arranges them 5x7 to fill the pan that is seven rows of five.

Then she brushes generously with melted butter, then put the towel over top. She washes the metal bowl again and fills it with hot tap water and sets the pan of rolls on top of it half way through she refills the bowl with hot water and sets it back on top till 2 1/2 hrs or till they are as high as you want. I like one inch over rim then put in preheated 350 to 375 bake 18 min, but she turned the pan halfway through.

These are light and fluffy, way better than store-bought. Yum! Enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Those look delicious! Can this dough be used for cinnamon rolls? Thank you for sharing


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