I like to make my own bread sometimes, even though it's hard to compete (tastewise and costwise) with the bread you can buy around here - there are lots of very good Italian and Vietnamese bakeries.
These are really easy rolls to make, using the same dough as for the White Milk Loaf but the dough is made into 18 rolls instead of one big loaf, and cooked for 20-25 minutes. I also add a handful of unprocessed bran to the flour to make them more dense.
They're great to put in children's school lunchboxes instead of ordinary sandwiches, or plain as a snack, and they go really well with mini beefburgers inside (will be writing about these soon).
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