French Dimpled Rolls

POLISH VERSION
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Last week was the kneading week.
I made Graham Rolls twice, these rolls also twice and… pizza dough also twice?
Oh my. And I needed a bit more than a week to make it all?
Well… that’s my workout :)

I decided to try this recipe out because these rolls resemble our Polish (Poznań, to be specific) Rolls so much… and what is more, my Dad loves them :)
They are really yummy… just not my favourite… I think I’ll stick to my beloved wholemeal bread, rolls etc :)

Ingredients (gives 6 big rolls):

  • 400g plain flour
  • 1,5 tsp salt
  • 7g instant yeast (or 15g fresh one)
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 120ml milk
  • 175ml warm water

Sift flour.
Add salt.

Warm up milk a bit.
Add yeast and sugar and stir them till all dissolved.

Make a small hole in flour.
Pour milk with yeast into the hole.
Cover it a bit with flour and… leave for 15-20 minutes.
Yeast should start working “under cover” :)

After this time, knead the ingredients a bit.
Add warm water and continue kneading till the dough is smooth, pliable and non-sticky.
Leave aside for growing for about an hour and a half.

Once the dough is ready, knead it a bit again.
Form 6 rolls, place them on the form, sprinkle with flour and leave for about 30 minutes for fluffing.

After 30 minutes, part the rolls using a spatula.
Leave for a moment for fluffing.

Bake at 230°C for about 13-15 minutes.

Smacznego!

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Taken from Moje Wypieki.

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