Can I Make "Unbelievably Easy Artisan Rolls"?
Updated: Aug 26
More #quarantinebaking. :) This recipe on Pinterest from the thecafesucrefarine.com appealed to me because the rolls looked good and also they only used a few ingredients: bread flour, yeast, water and salt.
Also, I wanted to make a version of the 6-Sided Cream Garlic Bread, a Korean street food, (see that post) and I thought I could use the artisan rolls for that. The rolls aren't the same soft rolls as in the Korean street food video, but I thought they would taste good anyways.
There isn't too much active work in this recipe, but you do have to let it rise overnight. I just did it before I fell asleep. I just made a half-batch.
- Bread Flour (2 cups)
- Yeast (1/2 tsp)
- Water (not shown), 1 cup
- a little salt (1 tsp)
In this recipe, you just mix the yeast with the flour and salt and water all together. In other recipes, you mix the water/milk with yeast separately and then add it to the dry ingredients. Anyways, I mixed it together, covered it with saran wrap and left it out to rise overnight.
Next morning! It rose a lot!
I shaped it into rolls and baked it at 425 degrees for ~20 min. total (15 min., then I rotated them and baked another 5 min.) I was able to make 8 rolls for half of the recipe.
RESULT: Success! :)
We are good at this! I was pleasantly surprised how close they looked to the picture I saw. :) They are a really good crusty roll !
There's no kneading and very little active work as I mentioned.
Give it a try! We are good at this!