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Milky Rolls Instructions VideoMlečne kiflice / Milky rolls (ENG SUB)
Can i replace active dry yeast with instant? If so, whats the measurment? Thank you in advance! Do not dissolve the instant yeast in the water.
You should mix it directly into the dry ingredients. I made this without a mixer and it turned out great! I had to knead by hand for a little bit longer, maybe minutes more than indicated.
Then in our fan-assisted oven, it was golden brown by around 18 minutes. This will be a regular feature in our home for sure. First time for me to bake bread and this was perfect!
Do you have any recommendations for omitting or substituting the egg? My children both have egg allergies, but I really want to try this recipe!
I think the flaxseed method is the best bet. I made these rolls and they came out perfect! Hi Joanne, I never tried letting the bread rise overnight in the fridge, but I think it should work.
Just wondering if anyone has made these with whole lactose free milk? Thank you in advance for any help! Very delicious, sweet, and fluffy as a cloud!
I am super happy with the outcome, thank you for this great recipe! Hi Maggie, Thank you for the recipe. My girl loves this. I baked mine at degrees celcius for 20mins the first time, it was burnt on top but really soft and nice inside.
Second time I reduced the temp and reduced the time … it turns out the base of the bread is uncooked. Is it too much milk wash?
My oven is the opposite. Sometimes the buns will turn out a bit burned on the bottom while the top is undercooked.
That might able to fix the issue. I have been looking for a recipe that seemed easy enough for me to try. I have now made this recipe twice and love it.
My family loves them fresh out the oven! I am going to attempt then for Thanksgiving and double the recipe. Wish me luck!
More Details. It is…. Looking for Something? Jump to Recipe Print Recipe. Easy Milk Bread Rolls. Course: Side. Cuisine: Asian.
Keyword: thanksgiving. Prep Time: 30 minutes. Cook Time: 25 minutes. Resting Time: 2 hours. Total Time: 2 hours 55 minutes. Servings: 9 rolls.
Calories: kcal. Author: Maggie Zhu. The milk should be warm, just a bit above body temperature. Add a pinch of sugar and the active dry yeast.
Let sit for 5 minutes so the yeast will activate. While the yeast activates, add the rest of the ingredients into your mixer bowl.
Once the yeast is activated, you should see bubbles on the surface of the mixture. Pour it into the mixer bowl. Mix with a spatula until the dough just comes together.
Cover with plastic wrap and let rest for 20 minutes. Install the dough hook on your mixer I used a KitchenAid.
Start at low speed, then gradually increase to setting 8 out of Knead for 10 to 12 minutes, until the dough is very smooth. Stop the mixer in the middle and scrape the dough from the sides of the bowl.
Test the dough by pulling a piece of it using both of your hands. It should stretch into a very thin and translucent sheet. I really satisfied with this recipe.
Thanks so much sis. So happy that you loved them Reina! When you roll the dough, they are slightly tacky but should not be super sticky. The less flour you could get by, the better.
But if your dough keeps sticking to the counter as you roll them, then add a little flour as needed. Hi, i found your recepi as i had tried many and it doesnt work for me.
And yours did work but why the crust is so hard? Is it that i overbaked it? Or i judt put too much egg wash? But i followed the time… waiting for your reply, thank you.
Intentionally the crust is hard as soon as it comes out of the oven, but softens after a few minutes of brushing it with the melted butter.
So just let it rest and it will soften. If you already did that, then yes…maybe try cutting back on the egg wash.
What kind of flour I can substitute King Arthur Flour with to get that fluffed brioche. Rita, can you find strong plain flour, or even bread flour?
I made the dough in the breadmaker machine to take out the chore of mixing it and leaving it to rise. I than shaped it into a loaf and left it for 45mins, it doubled it size!!
I than cooked it in the oven as you suggested and it has come out perfect, just like a brioche style loaf, light and fluffy, thanks for the recipe, my now new favourite one!!
So happy to hear that it worked out so well in the bread machine. It finish before I could say Jack.. Will be making more come Saturday.
Thank you so much for sharing! I love it! So easy and so yummy!!!! I took a picture of it and posted it on my facebook page and guess what?
Hahahaaaa can you blame them? Thanks for reporting back. They were an instant favourite with my parents! Thanks for the recipe!
Oh this recipe never gets old so keep the photos coming! Your rolls look so pillowing and fluffy. Thank you Eline for sharing your photo with us.
Hi Eva! Dense rolls can be caused by either adding extra flour or overbaking. Do you think you might of experienced one of them?
I did not add any additional flour. I dont think i overbaked it as it has not gotten as dark as the ones in your photo. Is it possible that i have not let them prove enough?
Yeah that could very much be it as well. Did you let the dough double in the first proofing? What about the second proofing?
Did the shaped dough get so poofy? Also what type of yeast did you use? I might have under-proofed it on the first proofing.
Will try it once more sometime soon hopefully and will update you the results! Thanks for helping! I was glad that he took 2 pieces immediately when it came out from the oven.
The taste was perfect! I have 1 question, once the bread has cooled down, it lost it softness and fluffiness.
Why is it so? I did not use a stand mixer for kneading. I did manual kneading and for almost 1 hour and 15 mins.
And whooooaaaaaaaaa!!! Yes, I added a little flour on my workbench as I knead the dough. I did not add alot of flour, just lightly rub the workbench with flour to facilitate smoothe kneading.
I have my doubts that the extended amount of kneading could be a contributing factor too. Kneading more than needed can cause excessive gluten formation which could toughen the rolls.
Hi Tasbih! This time I added much lesser flour. So glad you had better results this time. As Salaamu Alaikum Tasbih.
Its the first recipe I have tried since I discovered your blog and I look forward to trying out other amazing recipes of yours.
Masha Allah. Jazak Allah Khair for such wonderful recipes. Walaikom Alsalam Shakerah! Its so great to hear that the blog has readers from South Africa!
Hi Id like to ask can i fill them after baking with cheese or tune or turkey for an example? Keep in mind though that they are very tall and pretty big.
It was perfect. Soft and pillowy and it was still soft two days later I had made two batches and hid one roll away for myself, which I forgot about.
The first time I kneaded it by hand for 20mins and it was still soft and fluffy, however this time around I used the mixer and the difference is amazing.
I had to add a bit more flour as I used all purpose flour as well but that was no big deal. Thank you for the recipe!
Thank you so much for taking the time to write your feedback. Thank you so much for posting this recipe!
I followed your instructions to the letter and these came out so perfect. They were good, but always to dense for my preference.
But these rolls are fantastic. I was so excited when I pulled them out of the oven and pulled them apart because they looked like your pictures.
My family will be very happy with these. Thank You again!!! Thank you so much Victoria for taking the time to write down your feedback; it means so much to me.
I hope you had an amazing Thanksgiving with so much delicious food. I just tried making these tasty looking rolls today. While not a complete fail, like my first yeast bread attempt, I did not have exacting results.
My rolls have too much of a yeast flavor and they did not rise in the oven, while baking. On the plus side, they were edible, the texture was pretty good and the smell was amazing.
Also used a square, glass pyrex baking pan. Please let me know if you have any tips. Makes such a huge difference and guarantees more consistent results.
What type of yeast did you use? Instant or dry active? Thank you for getting back to me! I bought a food scale and will try this recipe again soon.
I used active dry yeast, Fleischmann brand. I am now using Red Star and proofing. I will let you know how the next batch goes.
Thinking of substituting some liquids with pineapple juice. It sounds like it might just work…I would honestly encourage you to experiment with this idea.
I tried this recepie today. I am happy to announce that my bread rolls turned out super fluffy and and amazing! This happens every time I bake bread.
Any tips? Hi Ambika! So wonderful to hear that they turned out so great! Have you ever tried switching the yeast brands? The strength of the yeast flavor may differ from one brand to another.
Oh Mary I wish I knew, but I have no idea to be honest. I love these rolls and my kids love them too. Thanks a million. Oh dear Tasbih!
I loved the sound of this recipe but it never became unsticky. I will try again though and use a wooden spoon to assist the process. I must say the dough tasted nice if not a little sweet.
Will let you know how I go. Big thanks to everyone who filled you up with tips on hand kneading! So I knead atleast for minutes until the dough is nice and stretchy.
However the dough should start coming together in minutes of kneading. If not, you will have to add a little more flour. Mix it up with a spoon and then hand knead.
Hope this helps. Just finished baking these bad boys…. Followed recipe to the T used the scale to measure. I mean- Japanese bread…..
Instead of putting butter on the rolls after, I put the honey butter on top…. Thank so much for this recipe….. You made me grin from ear to ear throughout your comment.
Love your enthusiasm about these rolls and carbs in general as well the Japanese technique. I too want to incorporate it to every dough I know!
Such a revelation indeed! Hi — I love baking, tried this recipe for dinner and came out so well. I do not get Bread flour where I live hence I used normal all purpose flour and it turned out beautiful.
The bread rolls were super soft and fluffy. Hi Bindu! So happy to hear that you loved these rolls! I too use all purpose flour with great success.
Thanks for your sweet comment. Just took them out of my oven after around 22 minutes. Hope they taste as good as they look and smell!
Holy Shit! These are perfect.. Otherwise unfreaking real!!!!! Hahahaaaa Bret…Gotta love your excitement about these rolls!
Thank you so much for the recipe! Your instructions were easy to follow! The bread was really fluffy when it was freshly made.
But then it turned hard after a day I stored it in a plastic bag. Is there anything I can do to prevent it from turning hard?
Thank you so much!!! Hi Sarah! Was your plastic bag airtight like a zipper lock bag? Generally though, I prefer to store leftovers in the freezer in a zipper lock bag; the freezer retains their moisture.
Thanks for the recipe. Just baked the buns and they are tasty and fluffy. Hats off for the hand kneading. Thank you skool much for sharing this amazing recipe.
So glad you nailed it from the first time. I nailed it at the first try.. Been looking for buns like this. My family is over the moon.
Pingback: Experiments, Recipes and Dissatisfaction Gastronome! Hi Tasbih, I want to try and make these again. They were a great success the first time.
I was wondering can I replace the flour with whole wheat flour? And is it the same measurements? I wanted to try something healthier for my LO.
Hi Nour! So great to hear they were a success. Good luck! Hi Laura! Please accept my apologies for my embarrassingly late reply.
The dough itself is slightly sweet with a soft and tender texture that I think would pair beautifully with a cinnamon sugar filling. Best of luck!
They were all good, but never as good as these. Love your work! Wow Helen! Thank you so much for that amazing feedback! So happy you finally landed on the right ratios through this recipe.
Your kind comment has made my day. Oh my gosh! I just made this and made them into wonderful and individual bread rolls and they are the bomb.
I always try to make breads but they always turn out the wrong way. But this one is just fantastic! Thank you for this wonderful recipe.
You go Egee! I also used the pizza stone and worked out great. The rolls turned dark quite fast so i covered them with foil.
Should I store them in the fridge or on the counter? Hi Anita! So happy you liked these rolls. The fridge is not recommended because it ruins the texture of baked goods.
What you could do the day before, is prepare the dough, let it rise, shape into balls, cover well, then refrigerate for up to 16 hours.
The dough should have risen in the fridge slow cold rise and they should be ready to bake right away the next day.
Good luck and Happy Almost Thanksgiving. I tried these today, and they turned out excellent. The family requested I make them many more times.
They reminded us of baps rolls we had in scotland. Thanks for sharing. My first attempt was good but still not as soft I would like to, i used gold medal better for bread flour.
This week I used Costco bread flour and they did not come out as soft i would like either. What flour are you all using? Did anyone try to freeze the rolls for later use?
Thank you for trying this recipe. I live in Egypt, so we have different brands than the US. I used an Egyptian local brand called El Doha.
This is now my favorite recipe…did anyone tried to make bread sticks with this dough? Do you think it would work? Glad to hear that Anita! My sister-in-law ended up meeting him when he was 89 years old.
He no longer had the recipe and could not remember the portions but the secret seems to be the kneading…he did his with a rubber spatula.
He also told her how to form it into a pull bread and he wrapped his while it was still warm. Your picture seems to have the same texture as his bread.
I will be eternally grateful if it is like his. We had to buy an extra loaf since we would have slices before we got home.
Wow Darlena I absolutely love recipes with stories behind them. These rolls are absolutely amazing! I have had the worst experience making bread and was a little afraid to try any more recipes but these came out so fluffy , I shocked myself.
And you were right — I should have doubled the recipe. I shocked myself the first time I tried them too lol! Maybe I could help. This recipe is amazing!
I was actually in the process of perfecting a different baking challenge as i wasnt getting a light puffy product when i came across this recipe.
So i made this but rolled a portion as the bread roll in your photos and a portion as my challenge target.
Well instead of rolling them into dinner rolls, roll the dough flat and thin and cut like a pizza! Rest to rise, wet with egg yolk and sprinkle sesame seeds.
Too bad i cant add photos here. Yum yum yum! That sounds amaaaazing! Thanks for sharing your inspiration. Gotta try it as soon as I get the chance.
I had to leave a comment! I never bake things well, but wanted to try these. And they came out perfect! My family loved them. Even when I presented them to them, you can tell they know me too well as not a great baker.
But no! They came out perfect. Thanks for explaining the recipe and …to be truthful the images helped. Will make again! I cook meats and vegetables no problem, baking eludes me, but I made these and they came out perfect!
Angela you have no idea how happy this makes me feel! Hii emergency! Can i use this dough as for a donut what i mean can i fry this type of dough?
Does it matter? Hi Fatma! Very interesting question I must say. Please let me know how it turns out if you try it yourself.
Hi tasbih I tried the fluffy soft rolls and the out come was just perfect.. I just finished making these and followed your recipe exactly. Place the buns on to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper leaving space between cover them and allow then to rise for 30 minutes.
To achieve the look of beautiful light milk color, instead of brushing the top with egg wash lightly dust the top with some corn starch.
Bake in a preheated oven at Fahrenheit for minutes allow them to cool for 10 minutes then they are ready to eat. They can be eaten during breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
The consistency of your dough may vary depending on the protein content and other aspects of your flour.
If your dough seems dry, you can add up to tbsp more milk until the dough comes together. Please turn it on so that you can experience the full capabilities of this site.
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