I also have a question about the multi-grain rolls. I'm dying to make them but one of the ingredients is 'white whole wheat bread flour'. I just cannot find bread flour with this description. I have seen it just regular white whole wheat flour... just not with the 'bread' in it. What have you folks used?
I'd say it took about 10 minutes. The dough is pretty sticky at first but becomes easier to work with as you go. I didn't use additional flour because I didn't want it to affect the nutrtitional value, but that might make it a little easier. It's kind of hard work but I figured the calories burned helped ease the damage from eating 3 of them as soon as they came out of the oven
You do not need a mixer. I mixed the ingredients in a bowl and then kneaded the dough by hand. They turned out great. What I did have a problem with was getting the topping to stay on the rolls after baking. Any suggestions?
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I would like to make multi-grain rolls but don't have a dough mixer. Can they be made without an electric mixer?
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