# Servings: 10 pcs
# 400g unbleached white bread flour
# 1 1/2 tsp salt
# 1 tsp sugar
# 15g fresh yeast
# 120ml lukewarm milk
# 175ml lukewarm water
Cream the yeast with the milk until dissolved, then pour into the center of the flour mixture. Sprinkle over a little of the flour from around the edge. Leave at room temperature for 15-20 minutes, or until the mixture starts to bubble.
Add the water and gradually mix in the flour to form a fairly moist, soft dough. Turn out on a lightly floured surface and knead for 8-10 minutes until smooth and elastic. Place in a lightly oiled bowl, cover with lightly olied clear film (plastic wrap) and leave to rise, at room temperature, for about 1 1/2 hours, or until doubled in bulk.
Turn out on to a lightly floured surface and knock back (punch down) Re-cover and leave to rest for 5 minutes. Divide into 10 pieces. Shape into balls by rolling the dough under a cupped hand, then roll until oval. Lightly flour the tops. Space well apart on the baking sheets, cover with lightly oiled clear film and leave at room temperature, for about 30 minutes, or until almost doubled in size.
Lightly oil the side of your hand and press the center of each roll to make a deep split. Re-cover and leave to rest for 15 minutes. Meanwhile, place a roasting pan in the bottom of the oven and preheat the oven to 230°C/450°F. Pour 250ml water into the tin and bake the rolls for 15 minutes, or until golden. Cool on a wire rack.
This Blog is called Queen of the Kitchen - cause we all are the queens of our own kitchen´s. I love to bake and cook, well I do love more to bake pretty little cakes than to cook. I startet this blog to share with family and friends what I am making or baking. Beside it´s practical to have the things you made on a blog - it´s reachable everywhere and no worries about loosing that little piece of paper you got them written on. Sadly I don´t live in the same country as my lill sister "Pandora" , she is always making something great in her kitchen and is a great cook and baker, and I am happy she wanted to join in on my lill blog thing :-D We have come a long way from making mud cakes with flowers in the garden.
All pictures on this site are copyrighted. Use in whole or in part is strictly prohibited without written consent. If you try out some of the recepies on this page please link back and comment me about it so I can see how your version looks like.