This copycat recipe for Homemade Hawaiian Bread Rolls is perfectly sweet, soft, fluffy, and golden brown. Follow these hints for the softest, fluffiest Sourdough Rolls. I am so intrigued by homemade sourdough and am far from an expert, but I’ve been enjoying using up the starter that I’ve been learning on…and these sourdough rolls are coming just in time for the holidays! I’m pretty sure there is a sourdough revolution going on with many of us confined to our homes. For the rolls: 1/2 cup canned pineapple juice (room temperature) 1/2 cup warm milk (100 – 110°F) Watch the video to learn how. They are really easy to make and are the perfect accompaniment to any meal. Add flour 1/2 cup at a time, mixing thoroughly between each addition, up to 2 cups.After 2 cups, add flour slowly, mixing as needed,until the dough begins to come together. You're going to love how easy these are to make! Sourdough rolls… These rolls were made using my master recipe, link to the left, using Shipton Mill finest bakery no.1 white bread flour, but I also think that their Canadian bread flour would work well as it creates a slightly firmer dough in my experience. As we pack and get ready to move, I will be taking down my sourdough … These sourdough pull apart rolls are soft and airy with a wonderful hint of tang. It enhances the flavors and textures of most baked goods. When I started baking with sourdough, I made a wonderful discovery: sourdough takes your favorite recipes to the next level. This easy homemade dinner roll recipe gets its flavor from sourdough.

Adjust as necessary to get a moist dough that pulls away from the sides of the bowl. The crushed pineapple, the juice and the mashed potatoes keep it soft and moist. Sourdough dinner rolls are soft, fluffy, and buttery with the signature sourdough tang. Ingredients. For example, sourdough pie crust is so flaky and delightfully tangy. You might notice some changes to my sourdough site . This Hawaiian Sourdough is somewhat like a cake. Instructions: In a mixing bowl, combine starter, brown sugar, warm water, melted butter, and sea salt.