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post Jan 24 2003, 05:49 PM
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Canarrie posted this message to Sweetalk in 1998:

I have adapted this recipie into dinner rolls, I got it from Sweetalk in
November, from somebody named Dewey.

This makes a 1 1/2 pound loaf.

11 oz. milk, room temperature
2 T butter, melted
2 1/3 C stone-ground, whole wheat flour
1 Cup 7 grain flakes or oatmeal.
1 1/4 t salt
1 T vital wheat gluten
2 t yeast OR 1 1/2 t bread machine fast rising yeast
2 T sucanat or honey (to help it rise)

1. Add milk & butter to pan
2. Add all dry ingredients except yeast to pan. Do not stir.
Tap pan to settle ingredients, then push into corners of pan and even
out by hand.
3. Make a small depression in middle of dry ingredients and put
yeast in depression. Lock pan into bread machine.
4. Set bread machine to "wheat" setting. Press "go."

It makes a nice bread, but even better dinner rolls. To make rolls, just
press stop right before it starts to bake, then put into a greased muffin tin.
I just cut the dough into small pieces and put 3 or 4 into each muffin spot.
Then bake for 10-15 minutes. Freeze and microwave for 1.5 minutes to thaw.

If you don't have a bread machine, this is a break down of what the machine
first knead- 11 min 30 seconds
first rise- 30 minutes (no punch down)
second knead- 13 min 30 seconds
second rise- 60 minutes
punch down- 2 seconds
third rise- 35 minutes
punch down- 2 seconds
fourth rise- 50 min.
Then it bakes for 1 hour.
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