So, I've been playing around a little bit with a new gluten free roll recipe that I think you're all going to love! I wanted something a little easier, faster, and with simpler ingredients than my other Gluten Free Soft Dinner Roll recipe.
...And the result is awesome!
These rolls are completely gluten AND dairy free and in fact, they only use water and oil as their base instead of a butter sub or milk sub. They bake up beautiful with a great golden crust and actually make wonderful hamburger buns too. But don't take my word for it! Try them out and let me know what you think!
Quick Gluten Free Rolls (also makes great hamburger buns)
Note from jalene:
Grapeseed Oil has a higher cooking temperature than Olive Oil so it is highly recommended for this recipe. It also has a very minimal flavor so it will not affect the taste of your rolls. It is healthier than Canola Oil or other alternatives so we highly recommend only using Grapeseed Oil for this recipe.
For HAMBURGER BUNS I use 1/3 to 1/2 cup of dough per roll instead of 1/4 cup.
For EGG FREE ROLLS simply combine 2 Tablespoons of Flax Seed Meal with 6 Tablespoons of water and allow it to sit for 10 minutes. Add this mixture in when the recipe calls for the eggs. Using Flax Seed Meal makes a great moist roll with a great texture so even if you're not allergic, it's worth a try!
After teaching one of our Gluten Free classes, a cute couple came up to me and asked if I had a Yorkshire Pudding recipe. Unfortunately, I had never even heard of it! It sounded like a yummy dessert but apparently it's a bread named after the town (Yorkshire) in England. It came about as an inventive way to use up the drippings from meat. There are MANY different variations- some using drippings, others just using butter.
So here's my version of Yorkshire Pudding. Regardless if it's identical to the gluten infested version or not, it tastes super yummy and makes a fast & tasty roll that goes great with soup! Enjoy!
Gluten Free Yorkshire Pudding
Gluten Free Yorkshire Pudding
(Gluten Free, Can be Dairy Free)
Created by jalene
Want a yummy soup to go with these?
Gluten Free, Dairy Free Zuppa Toscana Soup
Try any of my great gluten free soup recipes! Click the link below to view all of them.
Gluten Free SOUPS
My favorite: Zuppa Toscana Soup
One of the biggest complaints that I hear from people about being gluten free is about the BREAD. "It's like eating sawdust!" "It's SO dry, it just crumbles when you eat it."
WELL NOT THIS ONE!
You will be so pleasantly surprised when you try these next rolls. I took 24 of them to a family reunion for sandwiches and before you know it they were gone! I love this recipe so much I'm experimenting with it to create other variations (soon to come)! Until then, enjoy these basic dinner rolls. They're moist, hold together well, taste really similar to a regular dinner roll, and they are great for sandwiches.
Soft Gluten Free Dinner Rolls
(Gluten Free, Dairy Free)
Adapted by jalene from a recipe by Carol Kicinski
Makes 20 rolls (using 1/4 cup per roll)
For 30 rolls use a recipe and a half
7. Remove plastic wrap.
8. Bake for around 15 minutes or until tops are light golden brown.
Cool slightly and remove from pan. These taste AMAZING hot out of the oven but they are also good at room temperature too. Store in an airtight container. You can even freeze them and then heat them back up when you need them.
I now use 2 cups brown rice flour instead of both white rice flour and brown rice flour. It's a little bit healthier and it still works out great.
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