Bread roll is a piece of bread usually small and round in shape and is considered as side dish. Bread rolls can be of any shape and size and is often used in the same way as sandwich which is filled with a yummy stuffing between two halves. Home made fresh bread rolls are an excellent treat for all in ones family. There is something magical about the smell, taste and texture of freshly made baked bread that makes the extra effort worth it. Bread, in one form or another, has been one of the principal forms of food for man from earliest times. The trade of the baker, then, is one of the oldest crafts in the world. Loaves and rolls have been found in ancient Egyptian tombs. In the British Museum's Egyptian galleries you can see actual loaves which were made and baked over 5,000 years ago. Also on display are grains of wheat, which ripened, in those ancient summers under the Pharaohs. Wheat has been found in pits where human settlements flourished 8,000 years ago. Bread, both leavened and unleavened, is mentioned in the Bible many times. The ancient Greeks and Romans knew bread for a staple food even in those days’ people argued whether white or brown bread was best. Further back, in the Stone Age, people made solid cakes from stone-crushed barley and wheat. A millstone used for grinding corn has been found, that is thought to be 7,500 years old. The ability to sow and reap cereals may be one of the chief causes, which led man to dwell in communities, rather than to live a wandering life hunting and herding cattle. The ruins of Pompeii and other buried cities have revealed the kind of bakeries existing in those historic times. There were public bakeries where the poorer people brought their bread to be baked, or from which they could buy ready-baked bread. A Bakers' Guild was formed in Rome round about the year 168 BC From then on the industry began as a separate profession. The Guild or College, called Collegium Pistorum, did not allow the bakers or their children to withdraw from it and take up other trades. The bakers in Rome at this period enjoyed special privileges: they were the only craftsmen who were freemen of the city, all other trades being conducted by slaves. The members of the Guild were forbidden to mix with 'comedians and gladiators' and from attending performances at the amphitheater, so that they might not be contaminated by the vices of the ordinary people. We suppose that the bakers, instead of being honored by the strict regulations, must have felt deprived by them. Bread rolls are very common in Europe and Western countries like the Germany, Austria, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. In Germany and Austria, there is a large variety of bread rolls ranging from white to dark rolls made with wheat flour and dark flour containing mostly the rye flour. There are many variations that include spices such as coriander, cumin, nuts, sesame seeds and poppy seeds. There are many names for bread rolls, especially in local dialects. Originally, these originated with bakers terms for different forms of bread roll depending on how the dough was made and how the roll was cooked. Bread rolls are comfort food eaten with butter for special weekend breakfasts; some like to put cheese, jam, ham or salami. A bread roll is perfect when it has the right balance of soft and chewy insides and mildly crusty outside. To prepare the home made bread rolls, Take a bowl add dry yeast to warm milk, little sugar, mix well and leave it for 10 min to dissolve the yeast. In another bowl add eggs (optional) beat them then add to yeast mixtur, butter and mix well. Take a big bowl add maida, salt, mixture of beaten egg and yeast, add slowly and keep mixing to form a soft, sticky dough. Knead the dough add 1tps of oil, until smooth and cover with a kitchen towel, let it rise for 1- 1 1/2 hour until double in size. After 1 hr turn the dough out onto a floured work surface, knead until smooth, shiny and elastic and rest it for another 10 min. Take a bowl add one egg mix well for egg wash, if required can add water to it and mix it again. Now Divide the dough into small rounds or shapes as required place the rolls on a buttered baking tray or dish. Cover it with a towel for 5 min then brush egg wash the roll. Preheat the oven for 425F/220C bake for 15-20 till golden brown colour. Once it is done, and then apply butter on top of it. Check and click here to make delicious bread rolls. https://www.vahrehvah.com/Bread+Rolls:6214 A bread roll is generally served with dinner and some people use them to clean their palates between courses. The calories in a bread roll may help you meet your nutritional goals and energy requirements. Rolls may vary in their caloric intake depending on the ingredients and what toppings you might put on the roll. One roll accounts for nearly 11 percent of the carbohydrates you need daily. A roll also contains 2.4 g of protein and 2 g of fat. The nutrient content may vary depending on the ingredients in the roll.
Take a bowl add dry yeast to warm milk,sugar, mix well and leave it for 10 min to dissolve the yeast. In another bowl add eggs beat them then add to yeast mixtur,butter mix well. Take a big bowl add maida, salt, mixture of beatten egg and yeast add slowly and keep mixing to form a soft, sticky dough. Knead the dough add 1tps of oil, until smooth and cover with a kitchen towel, let it rise for 1- 1 1/2 hour untill double in size. After 1 hr turn the dough out onto a floured work surface, knead untill smoothe,shiny and elastic and rest it for another 10min. Take a bowl add one egg mix well for eggwash if required can add water to it and mix it again. Now Divide the dough into small rounds or shapes as required place the rolls on a buttered baking tray or dish. cover it with a towel for 5 min then brush eggwash the roll. Preheat the oven for 425F/220C bake for 15-20 till golden brown colour. once it is done then apply butter on top of it.