Tasty And Fluffy Hawaiian Rolls
This simple, easy to follow, practical, homemade recipe of sweet and fluffy Hawaiian Rolls with their pineapple juice and brown sugar will be a nice and delicious bread for you to have as well as the other members in your family! Do try!!
Hawaiian Rolls are soft, airy, and a little bit sweet rolls from Hawaii. The taste of the pineapple juice is so delicate that the Hawaiian sweet rolls give us the nice flavor we all enjoy.
WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DO TO MAKE YOUR OWN HAWAIIAN ROLLS AT HOME?
When you start to make Hawaiian Rolls, you start with a sponge. With the additional time, the dough will be well-foamed and the flour is matured naturally. When you do this, the taste of Hawaiian Rolls will be more delicious and you will get a softer and lighter texture.
You can use a stand mixer to mix your dough and since the dough is a very sticky one, you should add several tablespoons of flour to assist the dough come together at the end of the kneading step.
Then you can divide the dough into 15 pieces and prior to baking in an oven, the buns are brushed with egg white mixture for doing this will give you a gleaming and fluffy crust of the Hawaiian Rolls.
The buns can be filled with ham and cheese, egg salad or chicken salad and you can have the Hawaiian Rolls for bread pudding. To produce a higher rising bun, it is strongly recommended to use Instant Yeast instead of The Active Dry Yeast.
To have the best result of Hawaiian Rolls, it is recommended to use canned pineapple juice. The dough that you have can be made into 6 hot dog buns. You can change the potato starch with the same amount of corn starch. Just decrease the amount of brown sugar if you don’t want to have a very sweet Hawaiian Rolls.
When you have completely baked Hawaiian Rolls, it is possible to freeze them for maximum 3 moths. Just melt them to room temperature and reheat them at 300 F for 10 minutes before serving them.
HOW MANY CALORIES OF HAWAIIAN ROLLS PER SERVING?
This recipe yields 15 buns and every bun has only 68 calories.
WHAT FILLINGS TO HAVE WITH HAWAIIAN ROLLS?
You can simply have Hawaiian Rolls with butter or preserves. You can also make them into sliders filled with Hawaiian Kalua Pork (Instant Pot), Crock Pot Honey Sesame Pulled Pork, and Spicy Honey Glazed Ham for more enjoyable way of having the Hawaiian Rolls.
COURSE : APPETIZER
CUISINE: AMERICAN (BREAD)
KEYWORD : HAWAIIAN ROLLS
PREP TIME : 30 MINUTES
BAKE TIME 20 MINUTES
ADDITIONAL TIME : 2 HOURS AND 45 MINUTES
TOTAL TIME : 3 HOURS AND 35 MINUTES
SERVING SIZE : 15 BUNS
CALORIES : 68 CALORIES FOR EACH OF THE BUN
FOR THE SPONGE :
- 1 tablespoon of instant yeast
- ¼ cup or 28 grams of all-purpose flour
- 2 tablespoons of water
FOR THE DOUGH :
- ¼ cup of softened unsalted butter
- ½ cup of canned pineapple juice
- 2 big eggs plus 1 egg yolk, egg white reserved
- 1/3 cup of brown sugar
- 2 ¾ cups of all-purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
- 1 ¼ teaspoon of salt
- 2 tablespoons of potato flour
- For making the sponge: The sponge ingredients are mixed in the bowl of your stand mixer. Give time to the sponge to rest for more or less 15 minutes.
- The pineapple juice, brown sugar, eggs and yolk, butter and vanilla are put into the bowl and they are mixed until combined properly. The remaining flour, potato flour and salt are whisked together before they are added to the liquid ingredients.
- The dough is mixed and squeezed or kneaded until it is blended cohesively and smoothly and it will be very sticky at the beginning. With the flat beater of your stand mixer, the dough is beaten for more or less 3 minutes at medium-high speed.
- The dough is scrapped into the middle of the bowl and it is switched to the dough hook and it is squeezed or kneaded for more or less 5 minutes at medium speed. You will probably have a very fluffy ball, but it still has the possibility of sticking to the base of the bowl.
- The mixing bowl is a little bit oiled or greased. The dough is rounded into a ball and it is placed in the bowl or measure. It is then covered and let rise until it becomes very puffy for more or less 1 ½ to 2 hours.
- A 9” x 13” baking pan is a little bit oiled or greased. The dough is slowly deflated. It is divided into 15 even pieces. Each piece is rounded into a smooth ball. The buns are spaced in the pan.
- The dough is covered carefully with a little bit oiled or greased plastic wrap. The dough is let rise in the pan for1 hour until it is puffy very well. When it is almost to the end of the rising time, the oven is preheated to 350 F.
- The reserved egg white is mixed with 1 tablespoon of cold water and it is brushed some onto the exterior of the rolls. This will give them a gleaming crust. The rolls are baked for 20-25 minutes or until the inside is cooked well. The rolls are removed from the oven, let them cool for 5 minutes and move them out onto a cooling rack.
- Now, your homemade Hawaiian Rolls are ready and you serve them warm with preserves or butter or make them into sliders with one of the fillings mentioned above.