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|Bread Machine In Action|
On the other hand, I've tried twice to make dough for dinner rolls. The first one, I did a few days ago. It came out like soup. I know I screwed up the recipe somewhere. Too much water, not enough flour, something. I panicked and it all went in the trash.
Second effort today, it actually rose. When it came time to pour it out for kneading, it was better than soup, but not by much. it almost went in the trash. But I had the oven on as I was doing some twice-baked potatoes for supper, so I poured the dough onto a greased sheet and stuck it in the oven, reducing the heat. The result, was a loaf that rose about an inch, and almost covered the entire sheet. Turned out tasty but kind of doughy/chewy, if that makes any sense.
Two things probably affected the outcome of that attempt. One, I probably used the wrong flour for dinner rolls. They should have a soft, almost creamy consistency. They had more a bread consistency. Two, was humidity. I'm going to have to reduce liquid content for rolls to come out. It doesn't seem like an issue for bread. Who knows?
Ok. Back to work now.
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|Rene Applying First Coat of Plaster|
|April Inspecting the Work|