Easy No Knead Yeast Rolls
Have you ever gone through the trouble of making your own bread at home, all from scratch? If you have then you know it can be quite the labor intensive practice, well now knead no more with this easy no knead yeast rolls recipe. One of the hardest parts about making bread is the kneading, you need to make sure you don't over do it, and you also need to do it enough to get that perfect consistency. As with all baking, certain environmental factors will change the results of your creation, such as elevation, humidity, and temperature to name a few.
That's why this easy no knead yest rolls recipe is a great option when you don't feel like going through the hassle of all the arm work, that is if you don't have an electric mixer like me. If you do have one, this will still save that extra step of throwing the dough into the mixer, and needing to wash it after.
As with most bread recipes, the ingredients list is quite minimal. Some flour, yeast, sugar, salt and you're on your way to enjoying your very own delicious homemade bread. This recipe actually calls for a few more additional ingredients, but they're all staple items your probably already have on hand.
The easy no knead yeast rolls recipe makes enough for 12 servings, so there's 24 rolls in total. More than enough for an evening dinner for a large sized family. You might even have some leftover if you can manage not to eat all of it in one sitting.
When it comes to bread there are a variety of combinations and proportions of types of flour and other ingredients, and also many different traditional recipes and ways of preparing bread. As a result, there are wide variety of different types, sizes, shapes, and textures of breads in various regions around the world. Bread may be leavened by a variety of processes ranging from the use of naturally occurring microbes, an example being sourdough recipes, to high pressure artificial aeration methods during preparation or baking. However, there are some products that are left unleavened, either for preference, or for traditional or religious reasons. Many non cereal ingredients may be included in bread, ranging from fruits and nuts to various fats. In many commercial breads you will find additives, some of them non nutritional put in to improve the flavor, texture, color, shelf life, and ease of manufacturing.
Bread rolls are common in Europe, especially in Germany and Austria. They are also popular in Australia and New Zealand, and very also in Canada. In Germany and Austria, there is a large variety of bread rolls, ranging from white rolls made with wheat flour, to dark rolls containing mostly rye flour. Many dinner roll varieties include spices, such as coriander and cumin, nuts, or seeds, such as sesame seeds, poppy seed or sunflower seeds.
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