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Simple Delicious Fall Dinner Rolls

Dinner rolls compliment meals.

These Simple Fall Dinner Rolls are the perfect compliment to any meal. They go nicely with soup, salads, and large family holiday meals. Not only do they compliment meals, they also are very delicious! These dinner rolls can be used for any holiday! Perfect with gravy on Thanksgiving! Perfect with ham on Christmas! You name it!

Why you should make dinner rolls… Homemade is better than store bought.

Yes definitely! These homemade simple delicious fall dinner rolls are way better than any store bought dinner rolls. Homemade dinner rolls are perfect for any family gatherings or events, because you can whip them up in no time. These simple fall dinner rolls will show people that you have taken time to make a very delicious (and healthier than store bought) rolls.

Why my dinner roll recipes is my favorite.

Dinner rolls can be used for anything! Breakfast; just put some of your favorite spread on them! Lunch; you can easily make some PB&J’s on them or serve these with a salad! Dinner; these are so tasty with soup! Or just as an appetizer. Also if you don’t finish these dinner rolls, you can simply stick them in an air tight container and pop them in the freezer. Then they will be good for another dinner another night.

Heres my go-to dinner roll recipe.

This recipe works with anything from sweet to savory. These Simple Delicious Fall Dinner Rolls also use very minimal ingredients. I mean, who doesn’t love dinner rolls?

Simple Delicious Fall Dinner Rolls

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Dinner
By Evvi Serves: 12
Prep Time: 1 hour 30 minutes Cooking Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 1 hour 45 minutes

It's getting into the Fall Season! Which means... Soup time! Whip out your flour, it's time to make Fall Dinner Rolls!

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon yeast
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/2 cups warm water
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil + 1 teaspoon for greasing
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 3-3 1/2 cups flour
  • 1/4 butter (for the top)

Instructions

1

Start by mixing the water, salt, honey, oil, and yeast in your stand mixer. Let the yeast active for 5-7 minutes.

2

Once your 5-7 minutes is up, add in the flour and mix on low speed. Once your dough has come together, grease your stand mixer with your oil and place your dough back into your mixer. Then cover it with a cloth, let your dough rise for 45 minutes.

3

Once your dough is finished rising and doubled in size, line a 13x9 inch casserole dish with parchment paper. Once done, roll your dough into 12 three inch balls. Place your dough in your dish about 1 inch apart from each other. Once you have finished preparing your dough balls, cover with saran wrap or aluminum foil and let sit for 45 more minutes.

4

Once your 45 minutes are up, preheat the oven to 350ºF. Place your rolls (Uncovered) into the oven for 15 minutes. While your rolls are cooking, melt the butter. Once the rolls come out of the oven, spread your melted butter all over the rolls.

Recipe Help

If you get stuck and need some help with any of these ingredients in this recipe for delicious Simple Fall Dinner Rolls, check out these tips! Active Dry Yeast VS Instant Yeast, What Are The Different Types Of Flour, and 5 Sugars To Keep In Your Pantry At All Times.

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Tips To Achieve The Perfect Cake

Have you tried to make a cake and it didn’t turn out as planned? Read on for Tips To Achieve The Perfect Cake

These 7 tips will help you make the perfect cake!

1. Preparing Your Pans. Properly preparing your pan is one of the most important steps in cake making. There are many ways to prepare your pan. What I find most effective is lining the bottom of a cake pan with a perfectly sized piece of parchment paper.

2. Using The Correct Ingredients. Using substitutes when cake baking is tricky. You can sometimes get away with substituting butter for applesauce and other things, but it’s very tricky to find the right ingredients that will give you the desired result.

3. Knowing When The Cake Is Ready. To know when a cake is ready stick a knife or toothpick into the center of the cake. If the knife or toothpick comes out clean, it’s ready. If it comes out with some batter on it, then bake for a few more minutes then test again until the knife or toothpick comes out clean.

4. Not Over Mixing. You never want to over mix your cake batter. Over mixing your cake batter can result in a more dense and chewy cake.

5. Preheating The Oven. When baking a cake, it’s super important that the oven is preheated properly.

6. Taking Ingredients Out Ahead Of Time. When a recipe says, “Room Temperature,” it means you should take out your ingredients ahead of time. If a recipe calls for the eggs to be room temperature, it’s really important to bring them to room temperature before using them.

7. Putting The Cake In The Oven. Once the cake batter is mixed, immediately pour it into your cake pan or cupcake pan and bake. Your rising ingredients (baking soda or baking powder) will start to rise once they come in contact with your wet ingredients. So once the batter is fully mixed, it’s ready to go.

Here are some amazing cake, bread, and muffin recipes to try!

1. The Best Lemon Poppyseed Muffins
2. The Best Gluten Free Chocolate Cake Ever
3. The Ultimate Banana Lemon And Myrtille Bread

Here are some more tips for baking!

1. What Are The Different Types Of Flour
2. What Does Lemon Juice Do In Food?
3. Essential Spices To Have In Your Pantry

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What Are The Different Types Of Flours

Get the scoop on the differences between flours.

Not all flour is the same. Nor will all flour give you the same or expected results. Read this guide to learn about the different types of flours.

The Flours

1. All-Purpose Flour. Most people use All-Purpose Flour as it can be usage goes for a things. It is made from a blend of soft wheat and hard wheat. All-purpose flour is also labeled number 55 in other countries

2. Bread Flour. Bread Flour is made from hard wheat flour. In other countries, bread flour is labeled with the number T55. Bread flour also has usage in Bagels, Cinnamon Buns, and Pretzels.

3. Cake Flour. Cake Flour is made from finely ground soft wheat flour. In other countries, cake flour is labeled with the number 45. Many bakers use flours 45 and 55 as these are all-purpose flour and cake flour.

4. Whole Wheat Flour. Whole Wheat Flour is made by grinding the kernels of red wheat. In other countries, whole wheat flour is labeled number T150. In the UK Whole wheat flour goes by Wholemeal flour.

5. Self-rising flour. Self-rising Flour is made by mixing All-purpose flour, baking powder, and salt. You can make your own self-rising flour by mixing 1 cup of all-purpose flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, and 1 teaspoon salt. Self-rising flour is also number 45 in other countries but you have to check the labels.

6. Pastry Flour. You can also use pastry flour as cake flour. Though finer then all-purpose flour but rougher then cake flour, pastry flour is good for pastries. Pastry flour is made from soft wheat. You can make pastry flour by mixing 1 cup of all-purpose flour and 2 cups of cake flour. Pastry flour is good for making Tart Crust and Muffins. The same as cake flour, in other countries pastry flour is also labeled number 45.

Choosing Flour

As you will see, there are many types of flour. It is important to choose the correct flour for your recipe. Sometimes you can substitute flours. However, the results may vary.

Why I love working with Different Flours

I love working with different flours. For example, pastry flour makes great crepes. Cake flour makes great cakes. Bread flour makes great bread. Bread flour also makes great bagels.

When baking, you have to make sure you used the right flour. If you used cake four for bread it will not work. Cake flour doesn’t have as much protein as bread flour. So the bread won’t rise. If you bake with bread flour in a cake, it will be super chewy and tender. The goal is to create a cake that is soft and fluffy. It will be like this because bread flour has too much protein.

When you choose flour you have to read the label and make sure you got the right flour. If a recipe calls for cake flour but you buy all purpose flour on accident, i would wait and get cake flour. You don’t want to risk ruining your baking project due to a little mix up!

Baking is simple. Just make sure you follow the instructions and go step by step!