My love for quinoa is not unknown especially for regular readers of this blog. I try out various recipes and am always on the lookout for more and more. During one such search I came across this recipe . The pull of the recipe was so much that, I found myself making these dinner rolls the very same day.The taste is amazing to say the least.I have just make very few changes to this recipe to increase the nutritional value and reduce bad fats.
I rarely take the time to comment but absolutely love these buns. My husband said best whole grain bun he has ever tasted. I am always looking for healthy options for myself and my family, so thank you so much.
I did reduce the honey by 1/2 cup just because I am more of a savory than sweet type. I kept the dough very sticky (did not use the last cup of flour) and also gave it some resting time so they would not get too heavy. I greased my hands to be able to keep dough sticky and still be able to form the buns.
I made these dinner rolls tonight and it was divine. This is one of the best yeast based buns that I've made so far. We all loved it. It looked a little intimidating when I looking at the procedure but when I made it was pretty easy :). Its definitely something that I'll keep making pretty often. Thanks for this wonderful recipe!!
It could be cos its not rising properly. Check if your yeast is alive and kicking. --DK
I do not own a machine hence I am not sure..May be you can
I am really not sure how it will work. It will taste delicious am sure, but the heartiness factor which the cooked grains impart might be lost! I am sorry - am totally at a loss to advise you in this! but I wud surely love to experiment with the flour in this recipe :) --DK