Milk Braid Rolls Recipe

Mildly flavoured bread rolls to make an accompaniment to dinner or a snack

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Milk Braid Rolls Recipe
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Milk braid rolls are soft, chewy and light. These serve as a perfect bread for your sandwich. Using the quality ingredients makes them better than store bought. The amount of milk and butter used in them might sound a lot but trust me this is what makes them stand out to regular breads and the braids look so attractive that kids just hog on to them without a second thought. You can pair them up with soup and salad for a light dinner, or can be served for snacks in evening with dips.

Serve Milk Braid Rolls Recipe with Vegetable Clear Soup With Lemon Grass Recipe and Sweet Potato & Green Bean Salad Recipe for a Friday night.

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Prep in

120 M

Cooks in

20 M

Total in

140 M

Makes:

8 Servings

Ingredients

  • 500 grams Vivatta Maida
  • 270 grams Milk
  • 11 grams Active dry yeast
  • 1 Whole Egg
  • 100 gram Butter (unsalted) , softened
  • 50 grams Caster Sugar
  • 8 grams Salt , or to taste
  • 8 grams Sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
  • Sesame seeds (Til seeds) , to sprinkle

How to make Milk Braid Rolls Recipe

  1. To begin making Milk Braid Rolls Recipe, add all the ingredients to the bowl of stand mixer with dough hook attached.

  2. Mix all the ingredients on low speed for 2 minutes. Later increase the speed and continue mixing for another ten minutes.

  3. In case you do not have a stand mixer, take all the ingredients into a bowl and knead them to a dough. The dough would be sticky.

  4. Later invert the sticky dough on to flat surface and continue kneading for another 15 to 20 minutes until the dough turns out pliable. Do not add any dry flour while kneading once it is off the stand mixer.

  5. This is time consuming and tricky, but helps in developing the gluten that makes the rolls softer and spongy.

  6. Do the windowpane test and check for its elasticity and doneness. Windowpane test is done by pulling out a large lemon sized dough and stretching it between the fingers such that the dough is thin, pliable and ready for proofing without getting teared.

  7. Once the dough is ready, place the kneaded dough in a greased bowl, cover with cling film and set in a warm place until doubled. This might take a couple of hours or more, depending on the temperature of the area.

  8. Later knock out the air from the dough knead it for a couple of seconds. Weigh your dough and divide into 24 equal portions.

  9. Roll out each dough portion into logs of 8 to 10 inches long. Take three logs at a time and plait them to a braid, by interlocking one after the other log of dough.

  10. Repeat the process till done and this recipe plaits 8 braids out of 24 dough portions. You need to divide the dough into logs i multiples of 3.

  11. Place the braids over baking tray lined with parchment paper.

  12. Brush them with milk or beaten egg, sprinkle with seeds of choice like sesame, poppy and flax seeds. Cover the tray and set it in a warm place until doubled in size.

  13. Bake them in a preheated oven at 200 degree celcius for 15 minutes or till done.

  14. Once golden baked, remove and brush the hot rolls with melted butter and cool them to room temperature on a wire rack.

  15. Store the braid rolls in an airtight container or pack in a zip lock and cherish for upto 4 to 5 days. Serve Milk Braid Rolls Recipe with Vegetable Clear Soup With Lemon Grass Recipe and Sweet Potato & Green Bean Salad Recipe for a Friday night.

Milk Braid Rolls Recipe is part of the Baking With Flour Contest

Last Modified On Tuesday, 14 November 2017 14:05
     
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