Bread roll recipes

Baking rolls yourself has the advantage of knowing what ingredients they contain. Home-made rolls usually do not open as easily as industrial rolls. One reason for this is that they do not contain as many raising agents and additives. Bread rolls can be baked with grains, ham, cheese or herbs. There are also sweet roll variations.

Alsatian bread roll
Alsatian bread roll For Alsatian rolls mix flour, salt, yeast and sourdough. Gradually knead in the water. ...
bagel
Bagel s have a very loose, airy dough and a tender crust. Pour the flour into a mixing bowl. ...
Bagel with cheese
Bagel with cheese tastes best warm from the oven. Mix flour, yeast, salt and sugar. ...
Baguette Rolls
Baguette Rolls For baguette rolls, mix a pre-dough of 90 g wheat flour, 0.1 l water and 1 g fresh yeast. Cover and allow to mature for 12 hours at room temperature. ...
Beer roll
Beer roll Beer bread rolls taste hearty and go very well with cold cuts and cheese. Mix flour with baking powder, salt and sugar. ...
Berlin cobbler boys bread roll
Berlin cobbler boys bread roll Berliner Schusterjungen are hearty rye rolls. Mix rye flour, wheat flour and salt. ...
Berliner splitter bread rolls
Berliner splitter bread rolls For Berliner Splitter Brötchen first put butter in the freezer for several hours. Mix type 550 flour with baking powder, salt and dried sourdough. ...
Bread roll Croque Monsieur
Bread roll Croque Monsieur Rolls Croque Monsieur are baked in the oven and served warm. Preheat the baking oven to 190° C. ...
Breakfast cake in a glass
Breakfast cake in a glass Breakfast cake in a jar keeps fresh for at least 4 weeks if the well sealed jars are kept in a cool place. The amount of dough is enough for 5 glasses of 1/4 litre each. ...

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