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Milk rolls ( panini al latte ) recipe

Milk rolls ( panini al latte ) recipe

Milk rolls (panini al latte) are an original Italian recipe: soft and delicious, you can eat them with several ingredients. The milk rolls are small, soft and delicious bread rolls. Lightly sweetened, they are always part of every kids’ party, since they stay fresh and soft for long and they are really appreciated by children. The milk rolls are ideal for bringing on a picnic or a day outdoors; prepare them the day before and be sure that they’ll keep their taste and fragrance unchanged. Crush the brewer’s yeast in a bowl, add 2 teaspoons of sugar and half a cup (100 ml) of slightly warmed milk; stir to melt the lumps and cover the bowl with a small plate, waiting until the milk skims a little bit. In the meanwhile warm slightly the remaining milk, add the remaining sugar, the melted butter and the salt, then stir well in order to melt everything. Put the flour into a bowl (or onto a pastry board), make a well in the centre and pour in the milk and yeast mixture, which in the meanwhile is skimmed (1). Initially blend all the ingredients in the bowl, then transfer the dough to a flat board (2) and knead it with hands (3). Blend well all the ingredients to form a ball (4), be sure and knead it for at least 15 minutes, until smooth and elastic. Put the dough into a bowl and cover with a slightly wet cloth; let it rise in a warm place free from drafts for at least 2 hours: the dough should double in volume (5). Once the dough has risen, remove it from the bowl and roll it up
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30 comments

  1. @SweetDreams1430 If you want, you can… but milk roll should be a little sweet, otherwise it’s not very tasty.

  2. Hi, can i reduce the amount of sugar or omit it? I want to try them, they look wonderful. thank you.

  3. so good..i tried baking this..thanks!

  4. mmmmmmmm so good

  5. u don t need to wait 2 h, belive me just give them half hour

  6. @StrixFulvescens I think it depends on the type of flour you’ve used

  7. when i made this, the dough needed an 2 extra tablespoon of water added into it.

  8. when i made this, the dough needed an extra tablespoon of water added into it.

  9. Is it okay to use what flour?? :o

  10. @yellowsaffron thanks! i’ll try to find it but i’ve just never heard of it.

  11. @cinnamonbuntail It is called Manitoba flour and it’s ideal for bread making because it has a high gluten content, which makes it rise better. So, you should use right that one, but if you can’t find it try to substitute with the all purpose one

  12. what’s strong flour or breadmaking flour?? would all purpose flour be ok?? thx

  13. @heyimtomato i think she just had a bubble/ yawn

  14. this has probably nothing to do with this recipe, but could you make a video about how to make panatone?

  15. It sounded like she wanted to cry at 4:04

  16. did she autotune her voice, wtf

  17. @heyimtomato maybe she needed to burp…? haha

  18. @EmoraChan13 oh. good to know. thanks ^_^

  19. I think the ones I made are too big :P . I just followed this recipe and gave them a milk wash and now I’m waiting :P.

  20. @Lil17Lil Plastic gives bread a weird taste. Not only that, but it rises differently. I forget how to explain it… sorry. :x

  21. @heyimtomato Nah, i think it’s one of those situations when someone is about to burp in the middle of saying something, so keeping it in provides that type of sound.

  22. They are very tasty, my grandpa used to make them.

  23. @heyimtomato lol

  24. @heyimtomato OMG she did HAHAHA

  25. why does she prefer a glass bowl for the dough to rise?

  26. it’s a clamorous FAKE….SHAME!!!

  27. non e’ fiorentina

  28. Florentine is like your (United States) T bone steak

  29. @TommyZio
    This is not even close to a Fiorentina. Fiorentina is way more huge, it has the bone in t-shape in the middle. and it’s around 2-3 pounds in weight.
    Also, it is cooked exclusively on grill made with wood.

  30. nooooooooooooooooo!!! It’s too small!!!!
    This is not Fiorentinaaaa!!!

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