Bread Rolls

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Ingredients:

2 tsp dried yeast

11 fl oz (325 ml) water

1 lb (500 g) strong white flour

1 ½ tsp salt

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Method:

  1. Sprinkle the yeast into 3 ½ fl oz (100 ml) of the water in a bowl. Leave for 5 minutes; stir to dissolve. Mix the flour and salt together in a large bowl. Make a well in the center and pour in the yeasted water.

2. Use a wooden spoon to form a soft paste. Cover the bowl with a tea towel and leave the paste to “sponge” until frothy, loose, and slightly expanded, about 20 minutes.

3. Pour the remaining water, holding back about half, into the center of the well. Mix in the flour from the sides of the well. Stir in the reserved water, as needed, to form a firm, moist dough.

4. Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured work surface. Knead until smooth, shiny, and elastic, about 10 minutes.

5. Put the dough in a clean bowl and cover with a tea towel. Leave the rise until doubled in size, about 1 ½ – 2 hours. Knock back, then leave the rest for 10 minutes.

6. Divide the bread into eight pieces and shape into smooth white rolls.

7. Place on a floured baking sheet and cover with a tea towel. Prove until doubled in size, about 30 minutes. Preheat the oven to 425° F (220° C).

8. Sift over a light dusting of flour. Use a pair of scissors to snip an “X” in the center of each roll.

9. Bake for 25 minutes until hollow sounding when tapped underneath. Leave to cool on a wire rack.

 

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Author: Tamzin

Food activist and childhood nutrition advocate Tamzin Cochrane helps the busiest of people to cook up something healthy and delicious, even after a long day. She also helps companies and schools educate around—and create a culture and environment that truly supports healthy eating. Decades in the foodservice and hospitality industry have given Tamzin a well-rounded perspective on mealtime. She is passionate about bringing back the lost art of families and friends cooking together, and she loves seeing people enjoy the amazing tastes and textures of their communal effort. Inspiring children to cook and expand there horizons on food is very important. She shares this message through virtual coaching and video courses, by speaking at corporations, schools, and events, and through her recently-released video courses. Tamzin is found most often at The Pinny and Trowel Cooking School, which she opened in early 2020, it is located in Austin TX. Tamzin was born in England, grew up in Scotland, and now lives in Austin, Texas with her husband (who incidentally, is Scottish but grew up in England) and their children.

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