Seeded Rolls

These yeasted rolls are easy to make and look great with all the different seed toppings. They’re also convenient to have on hand in the freezer – just throw a couple in the microwave for a minute and they’re almost as good as fresh from the oven.

IMG_7193The dough is ready for shaping











IMG_7206Scaling: 100g makes a medium size roll







IMG_7203Black and white sesame, poppy seed, nigella, sea salt, pumpkin seeds






IMG_7216Proofed and ready to bake







IMG_7229The finished product












Seeded Rolls

50% whole grain wheat, 50% white wheat flour

2.5% salt



seeds for topping

Mix all the dry ingredients; add as much milk as necessary to achieve desired consistency; knead until gluten is developed. Rise for about 1h, then place in fridge over night. Next day, give the dough a few folds and let it rise again. Scale to desired size; shape and dip the top of each roll in a bowl of seeds. Proof the rolls, then slash and bake.

YeastSpotting submission #8

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5 Responses to Seeded Rolls

  1. Richard says:

    I’ve been trying my hand at bread in different forms over the last few months (with some occasional success) and that looks like an interesting recipe. I’ll have to give it a go in the next day or two I think so thanks for the idea 🙂

  2. emmycooks says:

    Those are gorgeous! What, out of curiosity, are the 13 vegetables?

    • Years ago we were driving through Seattle when out of the corner of my eye I thought I saw a marquee announcing an act titled “Thirteen Vegetables”. Intriguing … but at second glance it was actually something quite different. Somehow the phrase stuck though, and when we were looking for a name we went with it. Serendipitously, we were just starting a new garden at the time and when we counted our vegetables … there were 13. Coincidence? Ich don’t think so.

      • emmycooks says:

        I like it! I also liked your list of garden successes from this year. I always like to know what other people can achieve in this part of the world. 🙂 Maybe I’ll try celeriac this year!

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