Sunday, March 18, 2012

Success with Panini Rolls

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I have been trying to make panini rolls for quite a while and finally; they turned out… not Perfect. not first prize, but not bad even if they are square.

 

Panini Rolls from the Bread Machine

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A perfect recipe to make hamburger buns or panini rolls.  It is so easy to do using a bread machine.

Ingredients

  • 1 1/4 cups milk, slightly warmed
  • 1 beaten egg
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1/4 cup white sugar
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 3 3/4 cups bread flour
  • 1 1/4 teaspoons active dry yeast

Everyday Bread (French Bread) Abm Bread Machine

Directions

  1. Place all ingredients in pan of bread machine according to manufacturer's directions.
  2. Select dough setting.
  3. When cycle is complete, turn out onto floured surface.
  4. Divide into 10 pieces 
  5. Shape into flat 5-inch rounds for hamburger buns, or 6-inch oblongs for panini style rolls.
  6. Flatten them down pressing with your hand or rolling pin.
  7. Place on parchment lined baking sheet.
  8. Cover and let rise until doubled, about 45 minutes.
  9. Brush with melted butter or egg white.
  10. Bake at 350° for 12-14 minutes
  11. Oven temperatures vary so check after 9 minutes to see if done. 

Panini rolls from the Bread Machine

 

I am joining Girlchef from              

March Round Up

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Sage’s Tips

Cut it into about 10 pieces and knead each one into a long roll shape.

Flatten with your hand or use a little rolling pin - you want them fairly flat.

mini daisies 001I don’t he name of these mini daisies, but they are coming up all over the place. and they make me very happy.

If you are a regular follower, I’m sure you realize I didn’t make these rolls while here in Victoria. I came prepared just in case the weather didn’t co-operate… so …don’t ask.                             Hope you all enjoyed your March break and are refreshed, ready to welcome Spring March 20th.

Happy Cooking!

Rita

Victoria 2012 012Our Friend is enjoying the rainbow.

51 comments:

  1. There is nothing that says home like the smell of fresh bread coming from the kitchen.

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  2. I just love these! Espessially as they are homemade!

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  3. I have not tried panini rolls before, these sure looks wonderful! Pretty flowers!

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  4. Rita, they look awfully good to me. You are putting your bread machine to good use. I'd love to see you in action. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  5. Those look so yummy! Your bread making skills always impress me, I wish I could do that!

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  6. Oh, what a pretty rainbow!! And I think your rolls look fabulous - I actually like the squarish shape of them. I bet they taste wonderful. Thanks as always for sharing them with BYOB!! =)

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  7. They look delicious. I am glad you are using and enjoying your bread machine. I don't know what is up with Google I did anew post today but it is not showing up in Google Reader. I did it twice, too. Another headache to deal with. xo

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  8. I know how rewarding it is when after several trials and errors I succeed in making something it's been haunting me for a while! Congratulations on these panini breads dear friend. They look very fluffy and so much worth of all your trouble and time spending! Have a great week!

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  9. J'aime beaucoup la forme de tes petits pains!!

    Je prends ta belle recette Rita, j'adore le pain Panini:)

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  10. I think the panini rolls look wonderful. Bread making isn't as easy as people think. Enjoy!!

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  11. Dear Rita,
    those panini rolls are wonderful! Their colour and their shape is really lovely and I know what you mean, I have been trying to achieve the perfect panini rolls for a long time yet each time I bake some I want to do better looking ones...You never stop learning, this is my motto!
    Love the small daisies,we have some blooming here too, they look lovely!

    Hope you enjoyed your weekend,
    Annalisa

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  12. They look great to me, I mught try these. I love that last photo with the rainbow, the lighting is perfect.

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  13. Good for you - panini rolls! Looks good and I will have to attempt those next month. It's been quite a busy month here. I have been loving your photos from Victoria - wish we could have a glass of wine together there!!

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  14. Looking perfect - love the smell (and taste) of home made bread!

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  15. Well, I have a panini grill, but I need a bread machine, wahhh!
    Your rolls look wonderful!
    Pretty daisies! Cheerful!

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  16. The last thing I should ever get is a bread machine. I wouldn't be able to resist freshly baked bread.. too often. ;)

    Lovely image of the gull and rainbow.

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  17. I bet your home smelled so good, fresh baked rolls from the oven! Nice!
    Pretty little daisies.

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  18. I love the aroma of bread baking! We both love panini. I have yeast and flour and etc. While I don't have a bread machine, I can get my hands into the dough!! You've inspired me.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  19. I finally ordered a bread machine and I can't wait to try these in it when it comes - they look wonderful! Enjoy your beautiful days in Victoria!

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  20. I'm thinking seriously about a bread machine after resisting the idea for many years. I know how much easier it would make the bread baking process. Your sandwich rolls are perfect, Rita. I hope you are having a wonderful time in Victoria.

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  21. They are perfect, just like the bakery's ones, of course they probably taste much better. It is so nice to be able to make your own bread.

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  22. The only thing better than the smell of bread baking is the taste of it and I bet your rolls are delicious. I think I need to buy a bread machine! The rainbow pic is just great! It's almost like the bird and rainbow were waiting for you!

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  23. Whenever I order a sandwich made with a panini rolls, I always thought of making my own. Your rolls look amazing and good to know these rolls can be easily made with a bread maker.

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  24. They look perfect to me! I love it, I am looking into getting a panini press and will keep this recipe!

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  25. Perfectly baked rolls, you're making that bread machine look very good;-)

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  26. Oh darlin' they look absolutely perfect. I love to make paninis and I'm gonna put this recipe to use.

    I've made homemade buns, bread, rolls, crescents but not a panini roll. Mmmmmmm! My taste buds are dancin'!

    God bless ya and have a fantastic week my friend!!! :o)

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  27. I have a brand spanking new panini maker! I can't wait to make these! Love that they use the bread machine. They look delicious!

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  28. Adorable looking little rolls; and congratulations on the (obviously) huge success in making them!:)
    What a lovely weather you have there, and I love daisies too!;)

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  29. Dear Rita, I think the rolls are perfect. Warm with butter. Just great. Happy Spring Rita. Blessings my dear, Catherine xoxo

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  30. what a fun and delicious blog you have here!

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  31. Congratulations! They look fantastic :)
    Hope you are having a lovely week!

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  32. You did those rolls proud; they look perfect to me! Those daisies are adorable as well. There's just something so simply beautiful about spring time flowers. I hope you're enjoying Victoria!

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  33. Happy Spring, Rita!!! Your Panini Rolls look so enticing. I've actually bookmarked this recipe (among many others of yours) for as soon as I buy a bread machine!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

    P.S. I had those teeny daisy like flowers last year. I do hope they pop back again:)

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  34. these look Incredible, you've done an amazing job!

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  35. Your panini rolls look terrific! Thanks for sharing the lovely photos of Victoria.

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  36. Hello sweet friend. I do agree with Beth...your rolls look just perfect! Thank you for all the photographs too. As always, I'm happy I stopped by. I hope you have a joy-filled weekend. Hugs and love from Austin.

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  37. Your post brought a smile to my face, because it made me thing of my beloved grandmother. She too made delicious bread, but it's the daisies that brought back a wonderful memory. She used to pick them and loop them together, making a little daisy-crown for my head. A wonderful kidhood memory. Thanks, Rita. <3
    xxxx

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  38. Enjoy your weekend sweetie! :o)

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  39. Those rolls look fabulous! Hope you're having fun!

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  40. I consider myself quite the baker...with a small hiccup...bread and pies are still the unconquered in my kitchen. Hence the adventurous journey

    Square or not...these look perfect for my 'panino' filled with goodies.

    Thanks Rita for having passed by recently.
    Flavourful wishes,
    Claudia

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  41. I consider myself quite the baker...with a small hiccup...bread and pies are still the unconquered in my kitchen. Hence the adventurous journey

    Square or not...these look perfect for my 'panino' filled with goodies.

    Thanks Rita for having passed by recently.
    Flavourful wishes,
    Claudia

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  42. Greetings Rita! It has been quite a while. We have reactivated computersavvyseniors.blogspot.com and also opened a Pinterest account. I added your blog to that today-http://pinterest.com/pin/231091024599525584/
    This is a great post by the way! Mimi

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  43. I am not a baker, so "not bad" would make me a happy girl. I think square is cool. Great job Rita.
    Sam

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