Rosemary Buttermilk Roll Wreath

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recipe by Tenina Holder tenina.com

  • Time icon
    Total Time
    2hrs 15mins
  • Serves icon
    Serves
    30
  • Calories icon
    Calories
    142
based on 1 ratings

Warm and buttery buttermilk rolls are simply unbeatable. These homemade rolls have a light and fluffy texture and are baked into a wreath shape for an irresistible, edible centrepiece. Try placing a ramekin of garlic butter or spinach dip in the gap before serving.

recipe updated 12 Mar 2019

Ingredients

  • Fresh yeast icon
    Fresh yeast
    30g
  • Water icon
    Water
    60ml
  • Sugar icon
    Sugar
    70g
  • Butter icon
    Butter
    60g
  • Buttermilk icon
    Buttermilk
    220ml
  • Sea salt icon
    Sea salt
    6g
  • Egg icon
    Egg
    50g
  • Bread flour icon
    Bread flour
    680g
  • Fresh rosemary icon
    Fresh rosemary
    about 2 sprigs
  • Butter icon
    Butter
    as needed

Tools

  • kCook icon Parchment paper
  • kCook icon TM5
  • kCook icon Lightly floured surface
  • kCook icon Baking sheet - 18 x 13"
  • kCook icon TM5 bowl

Step preview

  1. Prep and set aside fresh rosemary: destalked
  2. Prep and set aside butter: melted
  3. Fit the TM5 bowl to TM5
  4. Add fresh yeast
  5. Add water
  6. Add sugar
  7. Add butter
  8. Add buttermilk
  9. Heat - approx 2 min, 37°C, speed 2
  10. Add sea salt
  11. Add egg
  12. Add bread flour
  13. Mix - approx 10 sec, speed 6
  14. Add prepared fresh rosemary
  15. Knead - approx 3 min, dough
  16. Transfer dough to lightly floured surface
  17. Knead into a ball
  18. Let rest on surface until doubled
  19. Pre-heat - 200°C
  20. Form into balls
  21. Line a clean baking sheet with parchment paper
  22. Transfer dough balls to baking sheet
  23. Arrange
  24. Brush with prepared butter
  25. Let rise
  26. Bake until light golden - 15 min, 200°C
  27. Serve immediately
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