Daring Bakers: Tender Potato Rolls Late, but Not Really.
I'm a teensy bit late posting this, although the actual challenge was met with time to spare.
It's been an insane week...no, not week. Two months, actually. And I was still very much in recovery mode yesterday. No posting, just resting.
This month's Daring Baker's challenge was Tender Potato Bread, and I choose to shape mine into rolls.
Normally, I'd go with bread, but with the big Two-Days-After Feast approaching, rolls seemed the logical choice.
The recipe was multi-stepped, yet easy. Potatoes were boiled, and mashed. Water was reserved and used to proof the yeast. There was a lot of flour, a goodly amount of kneading, two risings, and in the end...I had a heck of a lot of rolls.
Per usual, I did not have the appropriately-sized pans, so I used whatever was handy. Squares, rectangles...and rounds. I liked these best, as the rolls came out looking like flowers!
Rolls, loaves and focaccia have been popping up all over the globe. Please visit the Daring Baker's Blogroll, and see what the rest of the group has been up to!
Tagged with: Food and Drink + Baking + Tender Potato Bread + Daring Bakers + Rolls + Potato + Yeast + Bread + Flour