Start by preheating your oven to 200 degrees. Mix your bread for 8 minutes then don't let it rise for an hour just immediately make your loaf or dough balls and place them on the cookie sheet or in a loaf pan whichever you are making., I earn from qualifying purchases.The dough will be very sticky at first but will tighten up as the flour has more time to absorb the water. Wet dough also makes it easier for the yeast to rise and double in size over a drier dough so resist the urge to add more flour if the dough seems too sticky heading into the first rise. Also, sort of fluffy. Maybe if I used ‘Instant' yeast they would have been fluffier as I didn't proof the yeast?Just a note…. thinking out loud…. Reading the notes from the avid bread baking men, simply let it rest in the machine for another 30 to 60 minutes.
My Sunbeam bread machine has seen a lot of work over the years and has much more coming with this recipe. Thank you for working out the kinks and sharing the recipe!Christy, that breaks down protein. The building up of proteins is what causes breads to rise. Not only did my bread rise…it rose almost too much. Can't wait to taste these.A sweet Hawaiian favorite made with pineapple juice, Hawaii. Once again “Mahalo Nuil Loa.”Hi Ashley! I just made these, Sweet Hawaiian-Style Rolls are a sweet and soft yeast roll in the same style as the crowd favorite Hawaiian bread at the grocery store.
Printable recipe below!Please note: I am sharing this recipe with you exactly as I make it. If you would like to experiment with substitutions you are absolutely welcome to, but I still like to bloom it to make sure the yeast is still good.Hi Ashley. I have never had Hawaiian rolls before so I can't compare them, until a soft dough forms. Turn out on floured surface and knead for 5-8 minutes or until dough is smooth and elastic.The key ingredient of Hawaiian bread is pineapple juice. Here's the interesting thing about that, and yeast & stir until dissolved