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Pottery House Buttermilk Rolls

Guests were saying the other morning how lovely the Buttermilk Rolls are that we served that day with breakfast. The buttermilk gives them a lovely tang, a bit like sour dough.

They asked for the recipe, so I said I would add it here for others as well, so here we go.

For six rolls as you see in the photo, made in a bread machine...

200ml Buttermilk
1 tbs honey
1 tbs sunflower oil
190g white bread flour
100g wholemeal bread flour
1.5 tsp salt
1 tsp easy blend yeast

Put all the ingredients in the bread machine and put on the "Dough" program. I think it's a good idea to check the dough during mixing, it should form a sticky ball in the machine, if it's too wet add a little flour, if too dry add some water. This is quite important as producing the best bread is reliant on the dough moisture content.

Once complete, split the dough into  6, you can then either roll into balls or put into silican mini loaf pans, cover with oiled cling film and place somewhere warm to rise, for about 45 mins to an hour.

Then sprinkle with flour and put in the over at 180c fan for 20 minutes until nicely browned.


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