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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. The dough should be wet and a bit sticky. Grease a big bowl with a thin layer of oil.
Place the dough into the bowl. Cover with plastic wrap. Let rise until the dough doubles in size, about 1 hour. Punch the air out of the dough.
Transfer it onto a lightly oiled working surface. Divide the dough into 9 even pieces by cutting it into 3 even strips, then further cutting each strip into 3 small pieces.
Each piece of dough should weigh 68 to 70 grams. Shape the dough one piece at a time. Tuck the dough onto itself by pinching the dough from all sides into the center using your fingers, creating a round shape.
Then roll the dough in a circular motion with your palm against the table, until it forms a round ball.
Place the dough balls onto the parchment paper, evenly spaced, in a 3-by-3 array. Cover the baking pan with plastic wrap. Let rest again for another 35 to 45 minutes, until the size has doubled.
Right before baking, gently brush a thin layer of milk onto the tops of the bread rolls. Bake the milk bread rolls on the middle rack for 20 to 25 minutes, until the top turns golden brown.
You can also test the doneness by inserting an instant-read thermometer into the middle of the center bun. I hope you can give these a try; they are mile high and so fluffy indeed.
Maybe if you can tell me where you live, I could help you figure out where to find it. Made this delectable bread today just as listed! I barely could wait for it to cool long enough to cut it!
The only thing I had to do was add a little extra flour because I used a duck egg it was a little on the bigger side and it added a tad more hydration to the dough.
But it came out picture perfect and tastes incredible! Absolutely love hearing that Diane! Powdered milk is in most supermarkerts, also known as dried skimmed milk.
You tend to find it with uht milk. I made a loaf rather than the rolls, literally just got it out of the oven and cut a slither and spread some butter on it!!
Your description of the loaf coming out of your oven almost makes me smell it. So happy to hear that this recipe has become your favorite!
But he said he wants it to look like one giant roll instead of smaller ones. Oh thank you so much for reporting back! I made this last Friday and It turned out sooooo flufaaaay!
Thank you for your recipe. Now I wont be frustrated anymore, Thank youuu!!! Not sure where I went wrong. It should just feel like a warm day. The second thing is like you said is the kneading by hand.
This is important to strengthen the gluten strands of the dough, which in turn give it enough structure to rise. Hi, I am obsessed with bread and these rolls look amazing.
Is there a way I can substitute some of the ingredients with vegan alternatives and it still work? What would you use for the egg though?
Custard powder has thickeners, sugar, milk, sometimes powdered eggs, amongst other things, so using it will most likely affect the outcome. Anything troubleshooting you could recommend?
Finally, the kneading process requires a lot of patience. My dough stays looking very soupy until the last few minutes.
So give it at least 20 minutes of kneading before deciding to add extra flour. I made 3 batches of these today! They turned out lovely and fluffy and my apartment smells heavenly.
Thanks for posting this recipe. Your instructions are great. Wow 3 batches?!! Thanks to you for giving us your feedback. I am so in love with the small of this dough but I just cannot seem to get to your thin stretched consistency!
My dough tears in a circular pattern like what you mentioned too but i am not able to have it stretched thin and smooth like yours.
The taste is magnificent though. I put a slice of cheese and a piece of sausage in the ball and fold the dough around it and pinch together.
My last batch was very sticky and hard to work with so I added a few touches of flour to make it easier to work with. Oooohhh the cheese and sausage filling sounds heavenly.
Personally I think your recipe, once I use the right yeast bangs head on desk will be better because I love the taste of this bread.
These are amazing! Thank you so much for the recipe. I used my bread machine to make mine so there wasnt too much effort on my part but the result is ao yummy and turned out just like your pictures.
Yaaaay Charlene! With all the bread making I do, I think it might just be worth it. Glad you enjoyed these rolls:.
It made it so much easier and you definitely should try a bread machine if possible. This looks awesome! Can I just do this manually?
So with my hands? Any tips to do it this way? How long do I have to kneed it with my hands and when do I have to stop? Hi Chahrazad! I love your name by the way: So reader, Godfather, did NOT use a Kitchen Aid and he so kindly tried to reply to your comment, but for some technical reason it did not show up here but instead got sent to my email.
I made some mistakes in my first few batches but yesterdays turned out just perfect. About 30 minutes by hand for me which is a bit of a beating but I can see the tv from my kitchen so I just put something on and go to town.
That said. Good luck. And haha, thank you so much for your awnser Godfather! Baked these today and they are delicious!
I forgot to pop them in the oven for the second rise and I used butter on top instead of the egg wash. Super delicious and fluffy!!
Will defiantly bake these again. Just made these today and they are oh so fluffy! Super happy with the results.
I have read that yeast types are interchangeable. Good luck, and please let me know how it goes. After 20 mins in my kitchen aid — my dough comes together but its is a bit dry and although I can stretch it for a bit, its not as elastic as shown in your picture.
Any idea why? Hi Lyn! It might be due to a little extra flour than went it there. But next time, try weighing your ingredients on a kitchen scale if you have one instead of measuring by cups.
First of all your recipes are amazing. I tried the Nutella cookies recipe and I must say they are heavenly. High protein all-purpose flour is not readily available where I live.
Hi Ashish! Adding vital wheat gluten is a great option for adding protein. The suggested amount differs from one source to another, but it seems that most agree with 2 teaspoons per 1 cup of all purpose flour.
Hi Ami! Thanks for stopping by. I really hope you give these a try; SO good! Under my reply to Linda Pereira.
Thanks Tasbih, I am super excited to try this tonight. I will let you know how I go. Cant wait to try. Do you mind if I ask — Where abouts are you located?
Cheers, Ami. Ofcourse Ami! This was simply amazing. Thanks a lot for a great recipie!! I wish I could upload pictures to show you! So did you use the fresh yeast in the end?
You could email them to me at cleobuttera gmail. Hey there! I think that happend because I measured the butter after melting it, so I might have used too much of it.
Do you I did it wrong? Hi Esther: You did the right thing. I use a kitchen scale to measure my butter, and almost everything else.
Just one scale for everything. I know what you mean about those nostalgic supermarket rolls…I was looking for the same thing too, which landed me to this recipe.
Thank you so much for the amazing recipe. Oh my days. This recipe is spot on. I used my kenwood mixer and thought it was super easy.
This was my first time to bake these super soft rolls and I totally enjoyed it. They came out looking gorgeous and tasted amazing.
I do love the pictures you posted too as these are a good tool to guide one along, especially first time bakers like me.
Everyone should bake these, they are super delicious. Thank you so much for posting and thank you a million for your blog.
That is music to my ears Fernando! Thank you so much for emailing me pictures of your rolls; they look absolutely perfect. They taste fine but are more bready but not tough.
Hi Kenny: As long as your starter has thickened to a pudding-like consistency then it should be fine. Did you add any extra flour than the recommended amount?
Not more than a tablespoon or so when rolling it out but I think I just needed to proof a little longer the second time.
Although, try to avoid using any extra flour while rolling your dough if possible. You could add a little oil to your work surface instead to avoid sticking.
I guess it just needs to proof a little longer like you said. Good luck the next time you make them:. All of the ingredients used are fresh and new.
I live in a warm climate and today was a bit muggy, do you think that had anything to do with it especially when put in the warm oven?
Hi Dolphin! Thank you for trying the recipe. Sometimes the weather can play a role at effecting the outcome of baked goods. Do you live in a high altitude?
If so then changes will definitely need to be made. Otherwise, I suggest making sure that the dough has proofed both times longer than the suggested time.
Different brands of yeast work at a different pace, so some might need longer than others to get the job done.
Also, what type of yeast did you use? Instant or something else? Hi, love the picture of the rolls…looks so yummy.. Do you think I can do this in bread machine?
Thanks for the reply, but I thought the machine will do the kneading part? Tuanks again Tasbih. That will make life so much easier.
I never tried using a bread machine but I keep hearing wonders about it. I was put in charge of making rolls for lunch with the governor, but the family decided to wait until midnight to tell me that and the lunch is tomorrow at noon.
Of all things not to have! So here I am, the dough is on its first proof in the oven, keeping my fingers crossed that these workout without any eggs.
Wish me luck! The governor?! No eggs?! And you know what? I think they might actually turn out just fine without the egg. Not the ideal texture but still really good.
Best of luck sweetie. Hiii dear tasbih. I made this fabulous bread. Both of them were great. Thanks a lot for sharing this recipe.
That cinnamon sugar twist of yours sounds heavenly. I gotta give it a try soon! I have a dear reader, Godfather, that commented here that he developed Popeye arms after kneading them by hand for 30 minutes lol!
I love coconut!! They definitely know better than I do regarding this recipe. Hi Tasbih… I absolutely love your website! I was wanting to ask you, can I use this recipe to make zatar rolls?
Hello Maseera! I wish you could make them too. They are to good too be missed. Like I replied to MJ above, hand kneading is doable but definitely a huge arm workout.
Best of luck and happy baking:. When the time process of mixing my dough abit sticky coz i make direct double dough. Is that is the texture abit sticky and soft or i shud have put some flour so that it will be abit prefec when roll in C shape technique.
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. To make the milk bud, you need warm milk in a glass and add dry yeast to the milk and stir.
In a clean bowl add all-purpose flour, sugar, milk yeast mixture. Mix the dough when it starts to come together add the salt. Add the salt afterward and not directly to yeast coz it can affect the rise of the dough.
Set the spatula aside and knead the dough together with your hands. It is easier to work with and the dough will not stick to your hands.
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Suitable for vegetarians. Kosher - KLBD.Milky Rolls Providing an Artisan twist to Ice cream and Frozen Yogurt, we are Milky Rolls. We are the Midlands only mobile Ice Pan provider and we cater for all kinds of events and functions. Ingredients g (2 1/2 cups) bread flour ml (1/2 cup) whole milk, and extra for brushing onto the bread 7 g (1 packet / 2 teaspoons) yeast 30 g (2 1/2 tablespoons) sugar 5 g (1 teaspoon) salt 80 g (1/4 cup) sweetened condensed milk 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted 1 large egg. Place the rolls into the prepared pan. Cover the pan loosely with plastic wrap and allow the rolls to rise for 40 to 50 minutes, until puffy. In the last 10 minutes of rising, preheat the oven to °F/°C. If you want to ensure browned bottoms on your rolls, place a pizza stone or baking sheet in the oven to heat. Instructions Heat milk until luke warm in short bursts in the microwave. Combine milk, yeast, salt, sugar, and oil in your mixer with Mix together the buttermilk powder and flour. Start adding this to the milk while the mixer is running, and keep adding Knead on medium or high speed in your. Brush the rolls with milk or egg wash (1 large egg beaten with 1 tablespoon cold water), and bake for about 25 minutes, until golden brown on top; a digital thermometer inserted into the center of the middle roll should read at least °F. Remove the rolls from the oven.