Bread Rolls / Buns

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Bread rolls / buns  take very little time to put together. You just mix the dry ingredients together (you can even do this the day before) and put them in a big bowl. You then mix the wet ingredients together and pour them into the big bowl. You give everything a swirl or five until just combined (be careful not to over mix) and then drop the dough onto a baking sheet. Simple as that. I often make bread rolls in the morning before going to work because they are so quick to make. There is no kneading, heaving or waiting. The bread rolls are a little denser and heavier than the ones made with yeast but who cares as long as the cheese melts between a bread roll sliced in two?

Bread rolls which are always popular with soups, stews, in the lunchbox and more

Bread Rolls (Buns) for every occasion

This recipe is an adaptation of a recipe I found in a popular Icelandic cooking book called Af Bestu Lyst II (With Good Appetite II).

Lovely buns with pistachios and hazelnuts, rich in protein and fibre

Coconut and Pistachio Rolls (Buns)

This might somehow sound like a strange combination, pistachios, hazelnuts and coconut in a bread but somehow it works and quite well I might add.

One of my favourite bread rolls, I absolutely love them

Coconut Rolls (Buns)

These rolls are my all time favourite and I love the mild taste of coconut. It is far from overpowering so you can actually enjoy this bread with anything from mild cheese to pesto.

A lovely and flavourful combination, perfect with a slice of mild cheese

Pesto, Parmesan and Olive Bread

I tried these bread rolls with an African Zanzibar tomato soup I often make.