Sesame Rolls

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These sesame rolls are crispy on the outside and soft, chewy on the inside. The texture actually reminds me of bagels. They are perfect on their own, but also ideal to use as buns for sandwiches. I love it with avocado spread and it would be nice to go with some creamy egg salad too.

  • 250 ml Lukewarm water
  • 7 g Dried yeast
  • 380 g All-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp Salt plus extra for the topping
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  1. Dissolve the yeast in water. Set aside for 5-10 minutes until frothy. In the mixing bowl of your stand mixer combine 1/3 of flour, salt, sugar, and dissolved yeast and mix until blended. Cover and let sit for 30 minutes. Add in the rest of the flour and knead until smooth.
  2. Grease a bowl or container, put the dough inside, cover with film and let rise until become nearly to double size, about 1 hour.
  3. Line a large baking tray with baking paper. Set aside. Divide the dough into 6 even portions. Using the palm of your hand, roll each portion into a 40 cm long rope. Bring the two ends together, twisting to join them and form a circle. Place them on the prepared baking tray.
  4. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F fan-forced. Brush the rolls with the water and sprinkle with the sesame seeds and a little salt. Set them aside to rise for 30 minutes until they're puffy. Bake for 15–20 minutes or until nicely golden.

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Gloria Baker 10/5/21 04:17

Love sesame rolls and these looks amazing Angie!!

J.P. Alexander 10/5/21 05:51

Nunca los he probado pero se ven muy ricos . Gracias por la receta pronto lo hare.

Evi Erlinda 10/5/21 06:14

They look so good and yummy!

speedy70 10/5/21 08:39

Complimenti, sono bellissimi, ottimi al sesamo!

DEZMOND 10/5/21 09:47

I could totally live on fresh pastry! These turned out so lovely!

Nancy Chan 10/5/21 10:15

Those sesame rolls look so beautiful and yummy.

Tanza Erlambang 10/5/21 13:26

sesame rolls look amazing... and yummy

Martha 10/5/21 14:54

My first thought was that they looked like some kind of beautiful, fancy bagels. They look and sound delicious!

» Joha 10/5/21 14:54

Me encantó el post, Besos!!

Kitchen Riffs 10/5/21 16:06

It's interesting that the texture is bagel-like; when I first saw the picture, I thought these looked vaguely like some kind of exotic looking bagel. :-) Anyway, neat recipe -- bet they taste wonderful. Thanks!

2pots2cook 10/5/21 17:18

Irresistible buns to serve with everything !

Brian 10/5/21 18:58

Those look so good, I can smell them baking!

New Classic r 10/5/21 19:43

Oh boy, these look good. I am giving this recipe to my grandson to work on.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 10/5/21 22:17

Another delightful looking bake, Angie! I'd love to make them!

Paula Montenegro 10/5/21 23:57

Simple and gorgeous, the best kind of rolls! Lovely recipe Angie.

Raymund 11/5/21 01:33

Another perfectly looking bread there Angie, you constantly outdo yourself and keep on churning amazing things everytime

The Sudden Cook 11/5/21 06:51

Wow! These look lovely for breakfast. I simple love eating rolls and might just try this.

Himawan Sant 11/5/21 07:10

I like the sesame rolls, especially the ones you make ..., crunchy on the outside but chewy on the inside

Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 11/5/21 07:23

Let's face it - I'm just a bread fiend!
I also love sesame flavoured foods, so this recipe is a winner all round for me.

Here in the UK, we have something called 'Dairylea Cheese Spread' and I am thinking that would go great as a filling...

Thanks for sharing :)

[Reply] 11/5/21 15:25

These sound so good, and pretty easy to make!

Choclette 11/5/21 19:54

Your rolls look stunning and you make it sound so easy. My mouth is watering now at the very thought.

Choclette x

foodtravelandwine 12/5/21 18:30

Your rolls are perfect!....I love bread in every shape and form!....they look delicious!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

David 12/5/21 21:15

Angie, Beautiful rolls! My wife would love them with egg salad and I'd go for cheese or roast beef! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

tigerfish 13/5/21 00:30

The sesame definitely makes the rolls much more flavorful with the sesame aroma.

bread&salt 13/5/21 03:24

These sesame rolls look great!

Julie 14/5/21 17:58

perfectly baked rolls with the sesame topping looks superb


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