We like to make 'subs' with turkey or ham about once a week. I have this roll recipe that always turns out amazing in the bread machine. My family loves them. I started making them a little bigger and letting them rise a little longer before baking. They have been great to replace the sub deli rolls I had been buying at the store. Plus the ones I had been buying kept going bad before we could use them up.
Since I am trying to start making bread by hand and the fact it has been so long since I made bread by hand..I need help! Lol we love this recipe and I need to know how to go about making it by hand. I also plan to double it. That is another issue I have with the bread machine. My family has grown enough that the small amounts the machine makes almost isn't worth it.
Ok..so here is the recipe. Please tell me what I need to do to make them...
3 cups flour
3 tablespoons white sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup dry milk powder
1 cup warm water
2 tablespoons melted butter
1 package active dry yeast.
As of right now I put all the ingredients in the machine and press the dough cycle. When it is done I knead it a little, form into rolls, let rise and bake.
I need to know how to make the dough by hand.
I realise this sounds pathetic that I don't remember how to do this. But it is what it is.
Can anyone help me?