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Portuguese Bread Rolls

Join me as I show you how to effortlessly make Portuguese bread rolls. You will never go for the store bought ever again. :-)
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Comments

colleen
colleen - 10 months ago
what temperature is the preheated oven set at?
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Admin
Colleen, she says to bake them for 15 to 20 minutes, so I assume you should preheat the oven and bake them at 400F or 200C, or if you want to be safe, preheat the oven and bake at 350F or 180C for 40 to 45 minutes.
10 months ago
rachel
rachel - 1 year ago
Ingredients: -3 cups Bread flour -2 tablespoons butter -½ teaspoon salt -2 teaspoons sugar -2 teaspoons dry yeast -200 ml lukewarm water -160 ml milk
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Eduardo
Thank you Rachel.
1 year ago
Bernardette
Bernardette - 1 year ago
If you click on the YouTube sign she will have the ingredients and recipe.
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J Borba
J Borba - 1 year ago
Hello. May I have this recipe to Portuguese Bread rolls. Since I live in Japan, there isn't any Portuguese Bakery's here. I would love a copy of your recipe. Thank You for your time. Sincerely, J. Borba
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