Tuesday, June 1, 2010

EGGLESS DINNER ROLLS (PAV)

Today afternoon I thought of making some dinner rolls for us but I had not tried this before. Since idea has come in my mind I started browsing in Google for egg less dinner rolls and I got idea from many websites. Some idea from my mind and some from webs, everything I gathered and got courage to prepare it.

Healthy Egg less Dinner Rolls (Wheat Pav)

Preparation time: 3 hrs 30 minutes (Approximately)

Cooking time: 25 minutes (Approximately)

Serving: 4 persons

Ingredients

Whole Wheat Flour-2 ½ cups (Can be replaced with all purpose flour or half quantity of all purpose flour)

Sugar-2 tbs

Salt-1tsp

Active Dry Yeast-1 tabs

Oil/Melted Butter-3 tabs

Warm water-1 cup

Method:-

• Take warm water and add yeast, sugar and oil in this.

• Keep aside this for 15 minutes and let yeast get form.

• Sieve flour with salt. Keep in a large bowl.

• After 15 minutes add the yeast water in wheat flour and make very smooth dough.

• Cover it with kitchen or plastic paper and keep it for 2 hours.

• After 2 hours the dough size will be doubled.

• Knead it again and keep for another 1 hour.

• After an hour take dough and knead it for 5 minutes.

• Preheat oven in 180 degree C.

• Now take baking tray grease it with oil or butter or baking spray.

• Prepare small balls with dough and place on tray.

• Keep them for 15 minutes. You will see after 15 minutes the size of ball has increased and now one ball is stick to each other. Do not break it let it be like this.

• Now keep the tray in preheated oven for 15-20 minutes.

• Poke a toothpick in the middle of roll if it comes out clean then rolls are ready or else keep for another 5 minutes in oven.


MY TIPS

• I have prepared the rolls with whole wheat flour but you can replace this with all purpose flour or half quantity of all purpose flour.

• Remember for yeast formation the water should not be hot because hot water will kill the yeast.

• When you add warm water in yeast it should form a layer of forth or you can say bubbles then it is symptoms of good yeast.

• If you are diabetic use only one tea spoon sugar.

• You can preserve these rolls for 2-3 days.

24 comments:

Bo said...

Your rolls look delicious!

Suja Sugathan said...

Rolls looks delicious..healthy
will try this..thanks dear.

Kiran said...

Saubhashini eggless dinner rolls look very delicious.Making it with wheat floor you made it more healthy.Bookmarked,thank you for sharing.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Suabhashini, they have come out so well and look soft and nice :)

Sarah Naveen said...

nice recipe..looks so yummy!!

Uma said...

good job Subhashini! perfect :)

Swathi said...

Eggless dinner rolls looks really nice.

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Healthy and yummy rolls, it's eggless too...

Rachana Kothari said...

The dinner rolls look perfect to me :-)

Babli said...

Rolls looks very soft, delicious and tempting. Very healthy as you have made using wheat. Very nice recipe.

Priya said...

Dinner rolls looks scrumptious..

Cinnamon-Girl said...

These look fantastic! I would of never guessed their were no eggs in them!

Panchpakwan said...

Looks delicious and healthy..Wow that to eggless.

Pavithra said...

Looks gorgeous.. wonderful rolls and it has comeout sooooooooooo perfect dear.

Nithu Bala said...

dinner rolls look supern delicious..

Preeti Kashyap said...

These look perfect and soft!

PranisKitchen said...

eggless dinner rolls really delicious and very healthy version..good one.

Priti said...

Wow thats too gud..no egg n wheat flour..trying this soon...

Nostalgia said...

Super nice that you made it without eggs.. looks yum.

Kristen said...

Does the abbreviation "tabs" in your recipe mean tablespoon? Thanks! I'm going to make these for Thanksgiving dinner but needed to be sure about the measurements.

Nisa Homey said...

spongy dinner rolls....bookmared!!!

kanthi said...

Pav looks very colourful n yummy

Mommy Nuggets said...

This is a great recipe, will make it tonight for dinner! thank you.

Larissa Lee said...

I made this recipe twice tonight, once completely following the directions and once tweaking it. I found the first direction-based batch to be too dense (too much flour). The second batch only received flour until it was kneadable, so it turned out great. Overall, this is a very good basic recipe.