One Hour Sea Salt Rolls

I love this recipe! My only beef with it is that we pretty much eat the whole pan in one evening and then I have to live with the fact that I just ate my weight in white bread. Other than that, this one is perfect, right down to the fact that it only takes an hour.

One Hour Sea Salt Rolls

/// 1.5 cups warm water
/// 1 tbsp yeast
/// 2 tbsp sugar
/// 2 tbsp soft butter
/// 1 tsp salt
/// 4.5 cups all-purpose flour
/// 3 tbsp melted butter
/// sea salt

In a mixer bowl, dissolve the yeast and sugar in the warm water and let it sit there for five minutes until it gets nice and foamy. (Little hint: if the foam doesn’t happen, your water was either too hot or too cold. You want it to be about bath water temperature for a two year old.) Add butter, salt, and flour to the foamy mixture and mix using the dough hook attachment (or a regular paddle if you’re feeling brave) for 3-5 minutes until smooth. Cover and let rise in the bowl for 20 minutes.

Heat your oven to 400 degrees and line a 9×13 pan with parchment paper. Punch the dough down and divide into 20 balls. Brush the tops with melted butter (2 tbsp worth) and sprinkle with salt. Rise 15-20 minutes, bake 13-15 minutes, and brush with more butter (the other 1 tbsp or more if you’re feeling butter crazy). Serve warm. I don’t know how to tell you to store them because they never make it that far.

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