Happy New month blog fam! How are y’all doing. Today we’d be learning how to make bread rolls so here’s a little background on how i started making my own bread at home to show it’s really not as difficult as it seems. I think that day was a Sunday and i noticed we had run out of bread in the house. Most shops weren’t open and i really had to have bread and pap for breakfast so i went through the cabinets in the kitchen and was able to put together these few basic ingredients listed below. It wasn’t difficult at all although i made a few mistakes at first like using dead yeast.
I kept on staring at the dough for hours wondering why it wasn’t rising but after my second trial, i got the hang of things. I can assure you, this is the easiest bread you’d learn to make and it’s totally worth it. The ingredients can be easily put together by looking around the kitchen. The dough can be made with a mixer or by hand. I’ve decided to use my hand in making this to make it as basic as possible especially for those who don’t have a mixer. I always take my bread rolls with pap, tea or coffee, cold beverage, stew or hot soup.
How to make easy basic bread rolls from scratch
Prep Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Bake Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: About 3 hours
Category: Home baking
Nice one dobby, I have missed so much on this blog. Glad am back.
Cold dey catch me for this weather…..thanks for dis recipe 🐦
Thanks for this. Will definitely try it out.
Baked it dat same night, it was good but next time I will add more sugar to mine. I couldn't snap coz it was very late
U make it look so easy. I will definitely try this. thank you!
Nice job dear, wish i have an oven
Amazing! Nice job Dobby
Nice one,will try it.
Can you use all purpose flour as substitute for the whole meal flour, as it is impossible to locate. Loving the blog
Glad to have you back chioma
Do keep us posted k.
Thanks calabar girl 🙂
lol! i understand 🙂
You could use our baking without an oven method for this.
Do let us know how it goes chioma.
Sure you can Nina 🙂
Can this be made with out an oven?
Hello Dobby. Please, how can this be made using a mixer?
Sure it can 🙂
You start by using the whisk head to mix the first part together then, when you're about adding the flour you change to the curly mixer head to mix the stiff dough.
I am definitely going to try this out
You'd love it.
thank you Dobby I will try this but how many minutes/hour is advisable to preheat the oven before baking your dough
Hi princess, i guess it'd be safe to say 20 minutes especially for ovens without an indicator.
hello dobby your receipe is cool plz i want to know what makes the cake burnt as my cakes are burnt when its not yet done.
secondly my oven has a rack–towards the top burner and a tray–towards the burner beneath. i put my pan in the tray beneath is it right or should it be above or is it the heat too much thats why its getting burnt as i want to bake over the weekend as i wont be going to work.
also advice on how to prepare my icing as i have been doing butter icing for a while now.
Nice job Dobby. I'd like to know if I can substitute water for milk. Thanks
Yes you can stingo.
Nice one. can u add milk
Sure you can.
hi dobby, u make cooking seem so easy, keep it up. i like bread but i think the procedure is too long. so after kneading i allow to rice for 1 hour and bake straight away like i wud do cake.and my family loves it. i really dont hv the time to roll it into balls
It definitely is long.