Buttermilk Spelt Emmer Dinner Rolls



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I like to play around with rich, sweet and nutty ancient grains when baking bread, but you can use modern wheat flour instead. Emmer is also called Farro and quite similar in flavour of Einkorn. This recipe makes 6-8 rolls depending on the size you want. You could also bake this in a loaf pan for a tasty sandwich bread.

  • 190 g Buttermilk, well shaken and room-temperature
  • 150 g Rye sourdough starter, 100% hydration
  • 2 tbsp Olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp Sea salt
  • 200 g Organic spelt bread flour
  • 100 g organic emmer berries, ground into flour
  • 2 tsp Coconut sugar
  • 5 g Active dry yeast
  1. Measure all the ingredients and place, in the order listed, into your bread pan. Select the dough setting. Start the machine.
  2. Once dough setting is complete, remove dough from bread machine and place on a lightly floured surface. Divide the dough into 6 or 8 pieces. Shape each into a ball and place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Cover with a clean kitchen towel and set aside for 45 minutes until doubled in size.
  3. Pour a cup of water into the roasting tray at the bottom of the oven and preheat it to 210C/420F and pour. Bake the bread for 25 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.

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86 comments:

faithy 9/6/16 04:21

these dinner rolls look not just picture perfect, i bet they taste even better!

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Nazneen Hamilton 9/6/16 07:08

Great job! These are perfect!
I love bread so much but hold myself back because of my joints. I would suffer for these!

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Rosa 9/6/16 08:16

Beautiful and very tempting! These are gorgeous dinner rolls.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Veena Theagarajan 9/6/16 09:30

wow tempting bread looks perfect

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Adina 9/6/16 09:32

Perfect looking rolls. And I love that green spread as well, what is it? By the way, do you live in Germany or Austria? The name is German and I have noticed that stone in another picture as well, but I couldn't find an About section to read about you.

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Marcela 9/6/16 11:05

So good! Your rolls look perfect! Super tempting! I wish I could have one for breakfast!

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beena stephen 9/6/16 12:23

Perfect healthy dinner rolls. Love it

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Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy 9/6/16 13:35

I can never resist a dinner roll, and I certainly wouldn't be able to resist these, as they look delicious.

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grace 9/6/16 14:11

it would be hard for me to walk by a pile of these and not grab one...and then walk back by again for another! they look so delicious and satisfying!

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Monica 9/6/16 14:50

I love me a good roll! That crusty brown top on it looks perfect. It is so rewarding to make your own breads and to be able to make more wholesome ones like you do.

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Anne Regalado 9/6/16 15:33

Love these crusty rolls , Angie ! It's beautifully-baked and the texture looks just perfect :D

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Kelly 9/6/16 15:43

These look perfect, Angie!! I can never resist fresh baked rolls! Love the wholesome flours you used!

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 9/6/16 15:54

Homemade dinner rolls are one of my favorite things to make! These sound fantastic!

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Amelia 9/6/16 16:41

Hi Angie, those dinner rolls look awesome. I love the crust, great to go with black coffee. Thanks for sharing.

Best regards,
Amelia

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Sharon D 9/6/16 16:45

Angie, this is beautiful food. I am so in love with your dinner rolls!

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Vicki Bensinger 9/6/16 17:11

These dinner rolls are beautiful and gluten free! I can't wait to try them.

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Tricia Buice 9/6/16 18:11

The crust on these rolls is gorgeous! I bet they are delicious too. Another wonderful recipe - thanks Angie!

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Shashi at RunninSrilankan 9/6/16 18:29

Angie, these buttermilk spelt rolls look fabulous! Love the texture of them on the outside and inside as well! You really are the queen of baking with ancient grains!

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Pam 9/6/16 20:59

Oh my gosh! I can imagine the smell of your dinner rolls baking and how delicious they have to be, Angie! I love great dinner rolls and I know these would disappear quickly here. Thanks for the recipe!

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fimère .b 9/6/16 23:57

ils sont parfaits et super tentant bravo
bonne soirée

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Jasna Varcakovic 10/6/16 08:04

Crusty, rustic and delicious...Yum!

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noobcook 10/6/16 08:56

always loving your bakes. looks lovely and rustic :)

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 10/6/16 09:01

These look amazing, Angie. I love the idea of adding of making them gluten-free. I could eat them all day every day!

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Tania | My Kitchen Stories 10/6/16 12:50

Oh Angie I am salivating. I just wish I had a huge hunk of this bread, and the pesto or green hommus?

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Nammi 10/6/16 12:52

Oh wow i can almost smell it. Looks delicious.

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Nammi 10/6/16 12:52

Oh wow i can almost smell it. Looks delicious.

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Zaza Cook 10/6/16 14:28

What a lovely recipe, Angie! Beautiful rolls, wonderful done!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 10/6/16 15:47

Oh my, now this is a dinner roll I would like to meet :D

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Mother Rimmy 10/6/16 17:35

You make the most gorgeous loaves of bread. I'm afraid I couldn't have this in my house or I'd eat the whole loaf by myself!

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Gloria Baker 10/6/16 18:56

Angie !! Love these dinner rolls look awesome and what lovely colour :)
I love how you bake all Angie <3

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 10/6/16 19:21

That's an interesting and delicious looking dinner rolls!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 10/6/16 22:08

I can live without cake, but I adore bread! Beautiful, Angie. Wish I could have one right now!

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Liz Berg 11/6/16 03:05

These look perfect! Craggy on the outside, but soft on the inside! Lovely, Angie.

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Nancy Chan 11/6/16 09:39

If only I could reach out and take one of the crusty roll! Lol! So tempting!

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Angie Schneider 11/6/16 13:44

@Adina It's pesto made with different kind of herbs and seeds.
In Deutschland.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 11/6/16 21:18

I love baking too and just recently purchased a sourdough starter but I'm not sure if its rye or not. Your rolls look so crusty on the outside which is just how I love them!

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Amy 11/6/16 22:09

These rolls look gorgeous. I love the golden brown crust! :)

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 12/6/16 01:38

I love this dinner roll looks like. Yumm!!

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Chris Scheuer 12/6/16 01:41

These are gorgeous and look delicious Angie!

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The Caked Crusader 12/6/16 12:34

They look great - I love a roll with a good crust to it

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Barbara 12/6/16 15:12

Those look divine, Angie! Crust on the outside and a lovely crumb inside.

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Rosita Vargas 12/6/16 15:52

Angie se ven lindos e impresinantes me encantan estos bollos,tienen una textura preciosa,abrazos.

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Cheri Savory Spoon 12/6/16 16:16

Hi Angie, the texture looks perfect on these rolls I just know we would love them. They have starters at the local farm store, will check them out.

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Karen Luvswesavory 12/6/16 16:46

Hi Angie,
I'm very impressed with these gorgeous dinner rolls. Hope one day I could master this level of bread baking ... hee ..hee!

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My Inner Chick 12/6/16 18:32

Perfection.
My stomach is growling in MN. x

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Alida 12/6/16 23:26

These look so crunchy and delicious and nice photos too! I like spelt.

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Gourmet Getaways 12/6/16 23:38

Wow Angie! These look fabulous! I had heard of farro but had no idea what it was, you are an wealth of information. I'm really curious about ancient grains now!
Thanks so much for sharing
Julie
Gourmet Getaways

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Beth 13/6/16 00:25

Your dinner rolls look great - I can practically smell them already! Super recipe.

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Harriet Emily 13/6/16 11:23

These rolls are beautiful Angie I love spelt and rye! I can't wait to try your amazing recipe! :)

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All That I'm Eating 13/6/16 11:23

These sound great, it's always nice to use buttermilk in baking.

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beena stephen 13/6/16 11:48

Awesome dinner rolls. Love it

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 13/6/16 14:46

Nothing smells as good as freshly baked bread straight from the oven! This looks delicoous, Angie! Love the buttermilk, coconut sugar and emmer flour! So unique and I bet seriously scrumptious! Cheers, friend!

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Sokehah Cheah 13/6/16 17:38

Your crusty rolls look perfect, very well baked!

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Hema 13/6/16 18:25

The dinner rolls are superb, btw, Angie maida is plain flour..

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Megan - The Emotional Baker 13/6/16 19:37

I love to bake bread. I used to use spelt quite frequently, but haven't in awhile. This would be such a great recipe to try :)

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Cook With Manali 13/6/16 19:43

The dinner rolls look great, I would eat them as such!

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Rahul @samosastreet.com 13/6/16 21:14

Angie, these spelt rolls looks spectacular, absolutely gorgeous and great texture

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norma chang 14/6/16 02:44

Did not know about emmer berries are, had to look it up, learned something new, thanks.

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Reeni Pisano 14/6/16 04:22

They look so crusty and delicious Angie! Just beautiful. You are a champion baker. :)

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kitchen flavours 14/6/16 07:57

Beautiful rolls, Angie! Looks deliciously crusty with soft crumbs! Perfect!

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 14/6/16 12:55

I love how crusty these whole grain rolls look!

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 14/6/16 13:48

These dinner rolls look so pretty and absolutely yummy, Angie. Butter milk and coconut sugar sounds awesome!

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Christine Ho 14/6/16 14:09

The brown crust of these healthy bread rolls is very attractive, Angie.

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Evi @ greenevi 14/6/16 14:29

Hahaha, Liebe geht durch den Magen, exactly! These dinner rolls/Brötchen look absolutely perfect, great job!

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Balvinder Ubi 14/6/16 17:44

The dinner rolls look amazingly good!

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Susan 14/6/16 18:49

We love crusty rolls--this recipe looks devine and I have all the ingredients:-D

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Eva Taylor 14/6/16 19:51

Your breads are always gorgeous, Angie and this one is no exception. I really love how rustic the tops turned out, so pretty. And the green spread (is it pesto?) looks wonderful as contrast.
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com

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Eva Taylor 14/6/16 19:52

I am unable to comment in Chrome, do you know if you've set something differently?

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Vicky & Ruth- May I Have That Recipe 14/6/16 21:20

I love homemade bread and this one looks delicious!! Yum! I want a piece right now :)

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Kushi S 15/6/16 18:01

Tempting and delicious one. Another lovely share dear!

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cristina 15/6/16 21:25

Angie: You always make such beautiful breads...this is gorgeous and love the ingredients. Finally have my own little stash of spelt flour and looking forward to using it soon. I think of your blog and all the beautiful things you share here and how you use spelt flour! :)

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Pam 15/6/16 22:46

Look at the crust on those rolls. They look perfect.

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 16/6/16 18:23

You are an amazing bread baker, Angie. Your bread is always so gorgeous and these rolls are no exception. And I especially love learning about the different grains you use. Just beautiful!

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Muna Kenny 17/6/16 23:05

Look at that perfect outer crust! Perfect and beautiful, what a nice way to show off baking skills :)

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Geraldine Saucier 18/6/16 18:28

Love these dinner rolls. Great texture and the crust looks wonderful. You are a great baker.

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 20/6/16 03:09

This looks like the perfect dinner roll! I'd love a taste!

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mjskit 20/6/16 03:54

The breadmaking season is over for now (100+F), but I'm pinning this for cooler weather. I experimented some with ancient grains this winter and loved most of the results. Have never used buttermilk in a yeast bread and love that idea! Great looking bread!

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noobcook 21/6/16 09:34

They look perfect to go with your pesto~

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Rebecca Subbiah 21/6/16 20:14

they look wonderful and your an awesome bread maker

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Gemma 22/6/16 00:30

They look delicious Angie! and have such a perfect texture. :-)

xoxo

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smitha 29/6/16 17:29

Dinner rolls look so cute and the pics are perfectly styled. So cute that i can look and drool all time

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Marcelle @ A Little Fish in the Kitchen 30/6/16 21:47

Angie, these rolls look so beautifully crusty and delicious! My gluten-free friends will enjoy this recipe :)

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Roz Corieri Paige 18/7/16 01:37

You're right, the ancient grains contribute to far more superior flavored and textured breads and rolls such as yours, Angie. I could devour a dozen of these!

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Jeff the Chef 13/8/16 23:26

What gorgeous rolls. They look substantial. Are they?

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Merryn 14/9/16 06:14

Very nice I have not heard of emmer before and am glad you mentioned farro. What lovely light rolls 8)

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