It feels like everyone knows and yearns for good bread. Even if they don’t bake it, they have a supplier. And it’s because there’s something so fundamentally comforting about a good loaf – a combination, perhaps, of its mouth-watering aroma, chewy texture and thick crust.
Soft White Bread Rolls are certainly one of the most versatile varieties of bread you can make. They are equally perfect alongside a steaming bowl of soup, filled with egg and cress for a seaside picnic, or stuffed with a succulent pork burger and red cabbage slaw. This recipe for white bread rolls is so simple and flavourful that you’d happily consume all 8 with half a pound of butter and nothing more.
Bread plays an important role during the long winter months, be it as part of a comforting door-stop sandwich or simply to accompany a hearty bowl of soup. As such, it’s important to keep your choice in bread fresh and varied; five months of white bread isn’t entirely appealing. In this situation it’s best to bring a little extra flavour and texture to the mix. This recipe for Seed and Honey Bread delivers in spades on both counts.