What could be better than fresh, hot, buttered rolls to accompany dinner? Not much, my friends, not much. But since buns can be a daunting business to run at home, we often turn to that familiar refrigerated tube.
Or to the brown-and-serve variety in a bag. And they are both dinner accompaniments that lend themselves well to service, that’s for sure. But we all know there’s nothing better than homemade… and with this easy bun recipe, there’s no reason to resort to store-bought! Because they’re made in just one hour. That’s it! It’s the perfect bread for beginners in baking.
They are simple to make, buttered, soft and almost heavenly.
You heat milk, butter and sugar on the stove and let it cool down a bit before adding yeast and water. Once it has become frothy, you add the flour and mix until the dough holds together. If you have a stand mixer and a dough hook, it only takes a few minutes to knead the dough.
But even if you take it by hand, kneading is not a chore at all. It requires just a few minutes of attention, so little that you can even knead it in the bowl. Then you set the dough aside to rest, just for 15 minutes, before you start dividing it into rolls.
And we can’t help but say that we love the little cloverleaf pattern of these rolls, which you get by placing three small balls of dough in each muffin pan. Just roll the dough into one-inch balls and place them in the muffin pan before brushing them with a little extra butter.
You can also sprinkle them with seeds and oats. Or not. It’s up to you. We love the extra bite, but there’s absolutely nothing wrong with leaving these soft, doughy rolls simple.
They become irresistibly golden brown in the oven and come out warm, soft and cute enough to make it easy to convince anyone that they come straight from the bakery. But fortunately, they’re easy enough to make so you can whip them up in your own kitchen any night of the week!
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