Everything But the Bagel Dinner Rolls

 
 
Everything but the Bagel Dinner Rolls
Everything but the Bagel Dinner Rolls

Warm, buttery, delicious, and quite an easy recipe for Everything But the Bagel Dinner Rolls.

My family is enjoying these rolls for many years, and I made them for so many different occasions but never using everything but the bagel seasoning. Who loves this seasoning?

Oh goodness, it’s like the best thing ever although I prefer to make my own. I feel like it’s too salty for my taste when I get one from the store.
Anyhow, Sunday meals are not the same without homemade bread on the table or dinner rolls. Am I right or what?

It is just something that became a tradition in our house and I hope it will in yours as well.

Everything but the Bagel Dinner Rolls

I tried to include steps by step pictures so you can create them easily just by looking at the pictures. I hope those will be helpful.

It is not easy to take every possible picture of the recipe but I really tried because you guys simply must try these rolls even if you do not use everything but the bagel seasoning. You can most definitely substitute it with only sesame seeds. That’s always a fun and delicious way to enjoy dinner rolls.

I hope you bake these for fir your family and friends.

HAPPY BAKING!!!

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RECIPE FOR EVERYTHING BAGEL HERE 

INSTRUCTIONS:

Everything but the Bagel Dinner Rolls
 
  1. Combine together flour, salt, and baking powder.
  2. Then take about 1/4 cup of warm milk and pour over sugar and dry yeast; Let it sit until the yeast gets activated {and this will tell you if the yeast is still active}
  3. Combine together room temperature eggs with melted and slightly cooled butter,
  4. Add warm milk to activated yeast, then add mixed eggs and butter mixture and mix it.
  5. To wet the mixture add dry ingredients (flour, salt, and baking powder) and mix it until you cannot mix anymore with a wooden spoon or a spatula.
  6. Knead it until well combined, about 10 minutes of constant kneading. If you do not wish to knead it with your hands use KitchenAid with kneading/hook attachment and knead until the texture is smooth and elastic.
  7. Cover it and let it rise for 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Dinner rolls

8. Line the baking pan with parchment paper.
9. Roll the dough into a long log, then cut approximately equal slices of dough, as you can see of step by step pictures. Roll each slice into a dinner roll. You may dust a bit of flour or you can use marble surface for easier rolling.
10. Place each dinner roll on the baking pan. Make enough space in between so the rolls have the space to rise.
11. Brush each roll either with melted unsalted butter or mixed egg (I liked it with mixed eggs, and after baking lightly brushing with butter)
 
Baking rolls
12. Add everything bagel seasoning, about 1/4 teaspoon or more on each roll.
13. Allow them to rise for at least one hour, preferably one hour and a half.
14. Bake the rolls at 400F for about 22 to 25 minutes OR until the rolls are golden brown.
15. Once done cover the pan with a cotton kitchen towel and let it cool down before serving.
 
Everything but the Bagel Dinner Rolls
Yield: 8 LARGE ROLLS OR 12 SMALLER

Everything but the Bagel Dinner Rolls

Everything but the Bagel Dinner Rolls - Easy tasty and amazing any time of the day.

Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp. dry yeast
  • 1 tbsp. Sugar
  • 1/4 cup Luke Warm Water
  • 4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 1/2 tsp. Salt
  • 1 tsp. Baking Powder
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 1 stick unsalted butter melted
  • 2 large eggs + 1 egg for brushing on the rolls
  • EVERYTHING BUT THE BAGEL SEASONING

Instructions

  1. Combine together flour, salt, and baking powder.
  2. Then take about 1/4 cup of warm milk and pour over sugar and dry yeast; Let it sit until the yeast gets activated {and this will tell you if the yeast is still active}
  3. Combine together room temperature eggs with melted and slightly cooled butter,
  4. Add warm milk to activated yeast, then add mixed eggs and butter mixture and mix it.
  5. To wet the mixture add dry ingredients (flour, salt, and baking powder) and mix it until you cannot mix anymore with a wooden spoon or a spatula.
  6. Knead it until well combined, about 10 minutes of constant kneading. If you do not wish to knead it with your hands use KitchenAid with kneading/hook attachment and knead until the texture is smooth and elastic.
  7. Cover it and let it rise for 1 hour and 30 minutes.
  8. Line the baking pan with parchment paper.
  9. Roll the dough into a long log, then cut approximately equal slices of dough, as you can see of step by step pictures. Roll each slice into a dinner roll. You may dust a bit of flour or you can use a marble surface for easier rolling.
  10. Place each dinner roll on the baking pan. Make enough space in between so the rolls have the space to rise.
  11. Brush each roll either with melted unsalted butter or mixed egg (I liked it with mixed eggs, and after baking lightly brushing with butter)
  12. Add everything bagel seasoning, about 1/4 teaspoon or more on each roll.
  13. Allow them to rise for at least one hour, preferably one hour and a half.
  14. Bake the rolls at 400F for about 22 to 25 minutes OR until the rolls are golden brown.
  15. Once done cover the pan with a cotton kitchen towel and let it cool down before serving.

Notes

You can: after you brush rolls with egg or butter you can sprinkle some sesame seeds or poppy seeds on top before letting them rise. Or you can keep them plain, or add whatever topping that you prefer.

The size of the rolls before the second rise should be smaller than the size of the tennis ball, but they will rise more in the oven. You can make 8 large rolls or about 12 smaller ones.

If you have some dough left? No problem! This dough is even better after a few days of refrigeration. Just make sure to cover very well, the best way is to place it in a Large Storage Bag or container (for vegetables or meat), take the air out, and place it in the fridge for up to 2 days. When you want to use it, just let it rise on the room temp. for about 30 min.

 



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