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Dec 13, 2012

Homemade Whole Wheat Submarine Rolls / Sub Rolls / Hoagie Rolls


Its been a while since i baked breads, I love to make sandwiches for dinner. Mostly i use store bought bread for it. Sometimes when i am in a baking mood i bake my own breads. Few weeks back i was in that mood. I also found a packet of mushroom in my fridge. So decided to use that for this sandwich. I thought to make long rolls, so that i can fill them and have it like a submarine rolls..






 I made a couple of rolls, which is made of whole wheat. I left out butter and used olive oil for this. So they turned out healthy. I hope you will love it and give it a try..




Preparation Time : 15 mins

Resting Time : 3 hours
Baking Time : 30 - 40 mins
Makes - 2 long rolls (App 30 cm)

Ingredients:


Wheat Flour / Atta - 1 cup / 120 grams

All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1 cup / 120 grams
Salt - to taste
Sugar - 1 tblspn
Olive Oil - 2 tblspn
Active Dry Yeast - 1/2 tblspn
Warm Water - 1 cup / 250 ml or as needed
Sesame Seeds as needed

Method:


Take a mixing bowl, add warm water in it. 


Sprinkle some yeast over it, add some sugar in it and mix well. leave it aside for 5 mins.


Add in the wheat flour and regular flour in and mix well.


Add some salt in it and knead it to a dough.


Drizzle in a tblspn of oil over it and knead well.


Transfer this dough into a greased mixing bowl and cover it with plastic wrap and set it aside for a couple of hours.


Divide the dough into two equal portions.


Take one portion out and flatten it slightly.


Pinch the top portion over it and the bottom portion too, so that it forms into a fat log.


Roll the log, so that it forms into a long sausage shape.


Place the log onto a greased foil lined tray and leave it to rise for a hour.


Before 10  mins of the final rising time, preheat the oven to 200 Degree C / 400 Degree F.

When it has doubled in size. Brush the top with water.


Sprinkle it with sesame seeds.


Use a knife and make slashes on the rolls.


Bake this in a oven for 30 - 40 mins till it is golden on top and when you tap the top it should sound hollow.


Brush the rolls with olive oil or butter.


Serve it with butter or make sandwiches out of it.



Pictorial:
You will need Olive oil, All Purpose Flour, Wheat Flour,
Salt, Sugar, Warm Water & Yeast

Take warm water in a bowl
Sprinkle some yeast in
add a spoonful of sugar in
add in all purpose flour in
add in wheat flour too
sprinkle some salt in
knead to form a dough
drizzle in some olive oil
Knead well so that it forms into a smooth ball
Grease a bowl with olive oil
add the dough in
cover with plastic wrap and let it rise
divide the dough into equal portions
take one portion out and flatten it
fold one side over
fold the bottom side too
keep rolling till it forms into a sausage shop
place it over a greased tray and let it rise
brush the top with water
sprinkle some sesame seeds over
use a knife and make slashes in it
like this
bake the rolls
brush with butter or oil and serve
You can make the rolls into sandwich
Look at the porous roll..

20 comments:

  1. wow. That looks super yummy.

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  2. Hi It looks yummy wanna a try it. Can u please specify whether u used dry/active yeast?

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  3. Fabulous aarthi....
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  4. hey Arthy, did you go for the Master Chef 3 auditions??

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  5. The glossy look and garnishing looks it so tempting...

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  6. Dear Lady, I think this preparation is a great food item as a snack,a whole meal and a nutrient and I am very eager to try it for taste with various accompaniments. However, baking for 35-45 min is alright but at what temperature in degrees Censius or Fahrenheit?

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  7. Nice! Everytime I try to bake buns it comes out very hard and inedible. I follow your instructions to the t. I even tried altering the baking time but to no avail. What am I doing wrong? I don't have any problem with cakes though

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  8. very nice aarthi. looks so beautiful

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  9. perfectly baked bread :) looks so good

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  10. GREAT.....

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  11. It looks so delicious, Aarthi! I would love it if you would visit my blog too- http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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  12. Hi,I liked your blog.was just wondering what temperature to preheat the oven .i have morphy richards otg24rss.i normally keep 220degree yo preheatt.Shall I follow the same temperature as you have mentioned.pls reply.

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  13. @Rashmipreheating should be done in the same temp mentioned.

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  14. Does yeast quantity varies in every dough..like different for pizza,buns etc ..or varies with flour quantity.....

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