Easy Sesame Bread Rolls
These Easy Sesame Bread Rolls need to be a staple on your Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner table. Soft and fluffy just the way they should be. Even if you’re not the best baker (and I certainly am not), these rolls are so easy to make. Check out the step by step video.
The two best smells that can come from your oven is baking bread and homemade cookies. Even better are when the rolls are fresh and warm out of the oven and eaten simply with a good, creamy butter.
Now, I’m no master baker, but even I can make these rolls without messing them up. There’s no mixer needed. All you need is a bowl, a spatula, a warm place to proof the dough and a little time.
My favorite thing to do is top them with toasted sesame seeds before baking, but you can really top them with anything from poppy seeds, flaked onion, garlic powder/salt or leave them plain. If you leave them with no topping, brush them right out of the oven with melted butter.
These easy sesame bread rolls are so light and soft. I also use them for sandwiches (hello holiday leftovers) serve with soups, stews and they even make the best burger buns.
If you want to get really festive, a few years ago I made a rosemary bread wreath (< click on text for link), picture above, that can also be a fun and edible table decoration.
You can make these rolls of the holidays. They keep for 2 to 3 days kept in a cool place in a sealed container. You can even freeze the dough balls, defrost in the refrigerator and bake per the recipe.
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