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Oat bran bread rolls

Sometimes you don’t realize how much you like something until you’ve been without it for a while. And while that holds true for many important things in life like love and friendship, it also holds true for smaller things, like food.

When I made these oat bran bread rolls, I hadn’t had sourdough bread in a while (I know, hard to believe, right?). Maybe that’s why I thought they were so delicious. Or maybe because they actually were.

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Breakfast anyone?

All I know is that they’re like oatmeal in a little bun. Which is all I need. Sometimes months go by and all I want (and have) for breakfast is oatmeal with milk and ground cinnamon. Is there any other breakfast that is that good for you, and keeps you full until lunch? I don’t think so. The only exception would be these rolls. I’ll have to put them up to a test. Soon.

Oat bran bread rolls | bitterbaker.com
If you don’t usually have bread for breakfast, I’d eat these squares with soup or a hearty chili.

Oat bran bread rolls
Total time: 16-20 hours to get the pre-dough active. Then another 6-7 hours to let the dough rise and baking the oat bran bread. Makes 16 bread rolls.

Ingredients
Day 1

  • 100 g (3.5 oz) white starter
  • 369 g (13 oz, not fluid!) filtered water
  • 300 g (10.6 oz) bread flour

Day 2

  • 1 tbsp sea salt
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 130 g (4.6 oz) light rye flour
  • 45 g (1.6 oz) oat bran
  • 78 g (2.8 oz) bread flour
  • 1 tbsp olive oil

Toppings
oat bran

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I usually put all my bread in the freezer right away. That way I can take out a roll or two and have them fresh whenever I want to.

Instructions
Mix starter, water and flour in a bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and let sit in room temperature for 16-20 hours, until the pre-dough is active and looking bubbly.

Add se salt, honey, light rye flour, oat bran and bread flour. Mix to a dough. Let the dough rest 5 minutes, then add the olive oil. Let rise in the bowl, covered with a kitchen towel for about 3 hours, until doubled.

Sprinkle oat bran on your working bench. Tip out the dough onto the oat bran and sprinkle more oat bran on top of the dough. Stretch into a square and cut the dough in 16 squares. Place them on a greased oven tray and let rise, covered with a kitchen towel, until doubled in size, 2-3 hours.

Preheat oven to 500°F. Spray some water on the bottom of the oven and bake the bread for 10 minutes. Lower the temperature to 450°F and bake another 10-15 minutes.

Let cool on a rack.

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    14 thoughts on “Oat bran bread rolls

      1. Yvonne Rogell Post author

        Åh, så roligt med besök från Sverige (är också därifrån även om jag numera bor i USA)!! Såg din blogg och gillar den skarpt, speciellt alla cheesecake recept :)

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      1. Yvonne Rogell Post author

        It’s super easy, really! Just like making bread with yeast, except more flavorful and it stays fresh for longer! You should really give it a go :)

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    1. Liz

      Nothing better than homemade bread…and your rolls are tempting me! I’d love one fresh out of the oven with some cold butter. That’s heaven to me :)

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      1. Yvonne Rogell Post author

        Oh, I’m so glad you liked them!! I just ate the last one I had left yesterday, so I feel like I need to make another batch – I already miss them :)

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      1. Yvonne Rogell Post author

        Hey Kimberly! I usually make my white starter out of a rye starter. If you go on to my tips&tricks section, you’ll find posts on how to make both :) If you’re short on time, you can buy sourdough starters in the grocery stores (probably the larger one, or one that focuses on organic products)

        http://bitterbaker.com/how-to-make-your-own-rye-sourdough-starter/

        http://bitterbaker.com/cheat-sheet-how-to-make-your-wheat-starter-from-scratch/

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