I started with a recipe from a King Arthur, each time I make it a tweak it a bit further from the original. Today, I am making some rolls to go with my simple cioppino. These rolls started out as pull-apart-rolls, but I decided to space them further apart as individual loaves.
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Adapted from a King Arthur Flour recipe
I do not make dinner rolls very often, because several family members are avoiding carbs or white flour breads. Jan’s friends came to Stitches and I was making them a Brazilian seafood stew. Jan’s friends are not avoiding white bread and I decided that pull-apart rolls would go well with dinner.
Adapted from a Leah Cooks Kosher recipe
Jan bought some salmon while she was in Seattle—a package of three different salmon for a tasting. She wanted it with fresh crackers for her birthday dinner. Miriam’s TMJ is so bad lately that she could not eat the crackers. I decided to make challah, a very soft Jewish bread, for her to eat with her fish.
Apparently, my sisters and I never remembered to get the recipe for my mother’s dinner rolls. When Jan asked for sliders for dinner, they would have been a good choice for the buns. Jan, however, has this thing against white bread, so I would have had to make them at least partly with whole wheat anyway. While I am making these as slider buns, they would also make very good dinner roles.