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Friday, 23 January 2015

AirBaked Buttery Dinner Rolls

This buns are specially baked for my darling husband because he loves dinner rolls, it is not just for dinner but he can eat these little buns together with his meals anytime of the day.

Like the name says, these dinner rolls are very buttery and the texture is soft and fluffy. It is so soft and yummy that my darling son already eaten two of these buns!

Baking has never been this easy all thanks to my collection of kitchen gadgets, a handy bread maker and the amazing Philips AirFryer. All working together to create this yummy dinner rolls.

AirBaked Buttery Dinner Rolls

1 cup Fresh Milk (room temperature)
114gn Butter (softened)
63gm Sugar
2 Eggs
1 1/2 tsp Salt
508gm Bread Flour
2 1/4 tsp Instant Yeast

Glaze:
Some Melted Butter

Directions:

  • In bread maker pan, put all the ingredients in order suggested by manufacturer, or in the order listed here. 
     
  • Select Dough setting. When the cycle is completed, turn dough onto a lightly floured surface and punch the air out. 
     
     
  • Divide dough into 22 portions and form into balls which are round. Put them in the AirFryer basket that has been lined with baking sheet and slightly oiled on the edges of the basket. 
  • Cover with a damp cloth and let it proof for another 30 minutes or until the dough have roughly doubled in size.
  • Preheat the AirFryer at 160°C.
  • AirBake these buns at 160°C for 13-15 minutes, or until golden brown. As for the second batch, I've changed the temperature to 150°C with the same baking time - buns have lighter colors compare to the first batch. 
  • Brush some melted butter on the buns once it is done baking. 
     


12 comments:

  1. They are absolutely fantastic.thanks for the recipe

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  2. I just tried this yummy recipe from your blog and it has come out really yummy!! :)
    This is my first cake bake! and I am quite happy with the outcome...
    Thanks for sharing this easy recipe :)
    Enid Houser

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  3. Just wanna say thank you so much for your recipe! Had to half it cause my breadmaker is a small one :) but your bun dough recipe is awesome and I made into ham cheese bun, choc chip bun, whatever my family prefers and in the baking tray I can have like 9 different bun varieties hahaha! Thanks so much!

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  4. Wow, it looks good. Thank you for the recipe. I have been trying to find a new recipe that I can use with my air fryer :)
    There is an article mentioning about benefits of air fryer here http://www.foodfryerguide.com/best-air-fryer-review/

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  5. How much butter, I can not find what 114gn converts to.

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    1. I need all ounces or spoonfuls etc, sorry.

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  6. You say to divide into 22 ball, but I only see 9 balls in the airfryer. Do you do these in batches?

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    1. Jane, use Google to convert grams to ounces. Enjoy!
      https://www.google.com/search?q=convert+grams+to+ounces&oq=convert+gram&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j6j0l4.7166j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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  8. Great post. Air fryer is a device that can cook food. It circulates air around food and makes the food fat free. I can prepare rice, sauce and stir fry with this fry. That’s the perfect fryer. I can get my desired food ready within a short time. That why I love my air fryer.Thanks for your info. I also maintain a site for air fryer, Hope you like it - http://www.fryerly.com/

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  9. Hello dear..
    Tried this out today... and really really happy with the results. . Thank you so very much for sharing this ♥♥♥♥

    Love
    Shifu

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