Graham Rolls

POLISH VERSION
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First time I made them, they disappeared so fast that I didn’t manage to take even one picture of them :)
This time I was more lucky :)

When you compare them with other bread, they taste a bit different. It’s because of honey and, above all, graham flour that you use while making these rolls. Here in Poland (especially in small towns) it’s a bit difficult to find this particular kind of flour. That is why, the moment you do, buy it right away :) It’s good to supply yourself with that kind of ingredients :) Especially, if you are a person with various cravings… like I am ;P
Kneading the dough is really exhausting and monotonous, it also takes some time but… it’s really worth all this effort, it is :) Once the dough is ready, you’ll see how cooperative it is while forming the rolls :)

I was baking them late in the evening just to enjoy my breakfast with yummy rolls :)
(And… not sure how it happened but some of them had already disappeared before I woke up ;P)

One of my favourites :)

Ingredients (yields 8 quite big rolls):

  • 2 1/2 cup graham flour
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 7g instant yeast
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup warm water
  • 1/2 cup warm milk
  • 2 (or 2 1/2 Tbs) honey
  • 30ml oil

Stir the flours with yeast and salt.

Combine water with milk, honey and oil.

Pour the dry ingredients with milk/honey mixture (in several attempts) and knead the dough thoroughly. It should be flexible as well as pliable. And smooth too :)
Kneading took me something around 10 minutes! So quite long. Yet, after a longer moment of kneading, you will be really able to see the results of your work :)
Leave aside for growing (the dough should get doubled)

Butter the form and sprinkle it with bran or coarse-grained flour.

Once the dough is ready, knead it a bit again.
Form rolls, place them on the form and leave for a moment for fluffing.

Before baking you may glair the rolls with one egg whipped with one tablespoon of milk.
It will make them more shiny :)

Bake at 200°C for about 25-28 minutes.

Well, I wish you delicious mornings :)

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Stolen from Moje Wypieki.

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