1Tbspactive dry yeastif you are using the small 4oz packets, you will need 2 of them
1/4cupsugarI used Wholesome Organic Cane Sugar
8tbspbuttervegan or regular
4.5cupsAll purpose flourI used enriched, bleached all-purpose
2tspsaltI used pink salt, but you can use any
2tbspbuttervegan or regular
1Tbspeverything bagel seasoning
Heat the 2 cups of milk stove top for 1 minute. Make sure it’s lukewarm before adding the yeast and sugar
Add the 1/4 cup sugar and 1 Tbsp active dry yeast. Mix well and set aside for 3 minutes
In a mixing bowl, add the flour. You may have to sift it if it’s clumpy
Add the salt. I used pink, but, you can use any salt
Add 8 Tbsp of butter. That’s 1 big stick or 2 mini sticks. The butter should be softened to room temperature
After 3 minutes, the yeast starts to froth up.
When the yeast turns frothy, slowly introduce it to the flour. Add it with one hand and mix with the other
Knead the dough until it’s soft and there are no knots
Cover with a tea towel and let it rise on it’s own for 30 minutes
At the 30 minute mark, remove the tea towel and give the dough a soft punch. This will deflate the flour. Knead it again for about 30 seconds
Make golf size balls and place in a buttered square baking sheet. Make sure the top is smooth. There should be no wrinkles or lines on it
I made 25 balls (only 24 are put into the square dish. I used one to make in the air fryer)
Cover the dinner rolls with the tea towel and again, let it rise for 30 minutes
After the dinner rolls have been rising for 20 minutes, prepare your oven. Make sure you remove any pots and pans in it before turning it on to 350°F
When there are 2 minutes left for the dough balls to rise, add melted butter in a bowl.
Add the Everything Bagel seasoning to the melted butter and mix well
Remove the tea towel and use a brush to baste the top of the dinner rolls with the everything bagel butter. Make sure you get it into every nook and cranny
The dinner rolls are now ready to be put into the preheated oven. 350°F for 30 minutes!
Remove from the oven and wait for them to cool to touch before serving
*** CALORIES INFORMATION IS APPROXIMATE. CONSULT A HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION. Calorie information is an approximate for one dinner roll. *** Total cook time includes time needed to proof the doughTIPS
Heat the milk stove top over microwave because it heats evenly.
I made this recipe twice. Once, it was with vegan dairy products and once with regular dairy products. They both turned out equally well.
I really urge you to use a stoneware baking dish because it cooks the dinner rolls evenly.
It's important to give the dough and rolls 30 minutes each to poof up. It gives the yeast time to work its magic.
When you make the balls, make sure the top is smooth. I like to gently pull the top of the rolls and tuck the extra underneath.
These dinner rolls can be refrigerated for up to 4 days. I kept it in the baking dish and covered it with foil.
To freeze them, wrap them in foil and put them into zip-lock bags. Freeze them and use up within 2 months.