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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Sue's Yeast Rolls

My girlfriend, Sue Blum, has always made the best yeast rolls.  She uses her bread machine to make the dough .  Many years ago, I got the recipe from her and started making my own.  I added some whole wheat flour.  I played around with how much of the flour should be whole wheat .  Then I decided to add some flax seed and subtracted some of the whole wheat flour.  Then I decided to use cracked wheat also and played around with how much to add. 

If you want smaller rolls, you can make more than 13.  I flatten then out to make my own hamburger/sandwich buns.  I also roll them into logs to make hotdog buns.  They are delicious as white bread or with the whole wheat, flax seed and cracked wheat added.

Printable Version

                   Yeast Rolls- Nancy Anderson's version

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Serving Size  : 13    Preparation Time: 0:00
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  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
--------  ------------  --------------------------------
   1      cup           warm water
   1                       egg ( Egglands Best)
   1/4  cup            sugar
   3      Tbsp.        butter, melted
   1      tsp            salt ( Morton's Lite Salt)
   1      cups          Whole Wheat or Whole Wheat Graham Flour
   2      cups          bread flour
   2      tsp             bread machine yeast
   3      tsp             Vital Wheat Gluten (optional)
     1/4  cup           milled Flax Seed
     1/4  cup           cracked wheat

1. Put all ingredients into bread machine in the order listed.

2. Put bread machine on dough setting.

3. When dough is finished, shape into 13  rolls, cover and let rise for
30-45 min.

4. Bake at 350° for 13- 15 min. or til tops are turning golden brown.

Nutrition (calculated from recipe ingredients)
 Calories: 160
 Calories From Fat: 35
 Total Fat: 4.1g
 Cholesterol: 13.8mg
 Sodium: 111.3mg
 Potassium: 130mg
 Carbohydrates: 27.1g
 Fiber: 2.1g
 Sugar: 3.9g
 Protein: 4.7g

Comments: Sue Blum's Recipe but I've altered it some by adding Flax Seed and
some whole wheat flour.This can be made without a bread machine also.  You
just have to do all of the mixing and kneading by hand.  The nutrition is
calculated using  Eggland's Best Eggs and Morton's Lite Salt but of course
any egg  and salt will do.

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