Dinner Rolls

After my  successful attempts of making bread.   I, tried these rolls, these too turned out beautifully soft better than the ones that you get in the bakery. After making these I assure you that you will never buy the bakery ones but bake them at home. 

3 Cups All purpose Flour 
21/4 Teaspoon Instant yeast 
4 Tablespoons Sugar
1/2 Teaspoon Salt
1 Cup Warm water (adjust accordingly) 
2 Teaspoons Butter ( I used salted butter)
3 Tablespoons Milk  - for brushing
1 Teaspoon Sesame seeds


In bowl add all the ingredients except butter .
Knead them for 10-15 mins  then add the softened butter and for a soft dough.  It will be a bit sticky, but continue kneading for another 10 minutes, it will become soft and smooth dough,  grease a bowl with oil place the dough in it. Cover with cling wrap , let it rest it till it doubles in size, its takes about 45 minutes. Punch the dough and divide the dough to equal parts. 
Take ball of dough divide it into 3 parts and roll them into a rope and then plait them. As you can see in the pic. 
Cover them and let them rise for 45 mins. Brush these rolls with milk and sprinkle sesame seeds on top.

Bake at 200 degree C for 10-15 minutes until light golden brown.
Cool them on a wire rack before storing them.  I made around 18 rolls and these went to my beta's house and our morning tea party at Yeor hills with my walking friends.

These are going to the Bake a thon event.

Labels: Breads, Healthy, Bake a thon

To make various shapes, watch videos on youtube.

Bake-a-thon 2014
sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.


  1. Beautiful dinner rolls, love those shapes..

  2. Love the shape of your dinner rolls. And the sesame seed topping makes them very inviting.

  3. Dinner rolls are cute. Love all the shapes you made.

  4. Cute shapes, sesame topping adds a nice crunch!

  5. Rolls look so nice esp with the sesame seeds on top...

  6. Good post. Thanks for share.