I have to say, I enjoy baking a lot more than cooking, especially when I’m making something like these nice classic dinner rolls. Â When you take them out of the oven and they look so beautiful and smell divine, I mean they’re just the best. Â I used to have a bread machine and used to make bread in the bread machine quite often, but then I got rid of it, and now I just enjoy baking for scratch. Â I love to see the dough rise, and you get a better satisfaction when you make something from scratch.
For these specific rolls I mixed some whole wheat flour in with the white, but if you don’t have any, you can use all white flour. To make the dough, just follow the steps in the recipe instructions and let it rise. If you use whole wheat flour it might take a bit longer to rise, but it will rise nonetheless. After the dough has risen, cut it into 15 pieces and roll out each piece into a ball. For these rolls you will need a baking dish, that’s 9×13 inches, which you need to butter well. Place the balls into the buttered dish.
Let the rolls rise again, until doubled in size, probably about another hour.
Brush the rolls with egg wash and sprinkle with some poppy seeds or sesame seeds. Bake in a preheated oven at 375 F degrees for about 30 to 35 minutes or until nice and golden.