Homemade sweet rolls are some of the bests you can get, and don’t they just taste that much better when you have made them yourself at home.
The sweet rolls taste delicious with cheese, jam, Nutella, or sliced meat, like ham or salami for that matter. Personally, we use the sweet rolls at family get-togethers, and they are always a big hit.
This recipe is Vegan friendly.
This recipe will give you 15 standard size rolls or 30 mini sweet rolls.
5g Bread Improver
15g Dry Yeast
40ml Vegetable oil
Put hand warm water and all other ingredients apart from the Vegetable oil in a bowl on an electric mixer and mix for a couple of minutes before you add the Vegetable oil.
Then mix for another 8 minutes, need to mix about 10 - 12 minutes all up.
Dust a bit of flour on your kitchen bench and empty the dough out on your bench and round the dough up into a ball. Cover the dough with a tea towel and let rest for 10-15 minutes.
Scale the homemade sweet rolls at 60g and shape into balls and put on oven trays with baking paper or a silicone mat. On a normal oven tray, you should be able to fit 8 – 9 sweet rolls.
Cover the sweet rolls with a tea towel and let them rise to about double size, about 25 – 30 min in a warm place.
Preheat the oven to 200c.
If you like the homemade sweet rolls shiny you can gently brush then with egg wash, made by mixing 1 egg with a bit of water and salt. Or for vegans use soymilk.
Bake the sweet rolls for about 11 – 13min. depending on your oven.
When the sweet rolls are baked, let them cool down on a cooling wire.
Mini homemade sweet rolls.
For mini sweet rolls you just follow the same recipe but scale them of at 30g instead of 60g.
The homemade sweet rolls are ideal to have in the freezer, just take out whenever needed and defrost in the plastic bag for about 20min.
This is a mini bun you just flatten a bit and push down in the center when you put the dough on the baking tray.
When they are ready to go in the oven you brush them with egg wash and push them down in the middle again and put a bit of custard in the hole you have made in the bun, and you can put a couple of chocolate drops on top of the custard.
After they are baked and have cooled down you can give them a bit of icing, made from icing sugar and hot water.
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