The Easiest Roll Dough

8 Aug

We’ve got cabbage ready in the garden and all you German farmers out there know what that means…Krautburgers!

My Farmer Husband loves cabbage burgers. The first thing he said when I harvested a cabbage from our garden was, “Are you going to make cabbage burgers?”

Yes, dear. I will make them. But, first, I’ve got to prepare the dough.

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm PaparazziThis roll dough recipe is from my high school English/journalism teacher, who is also now my neighbor (I love small towns!). When we got married, she shared several easy recipes with me. Perfect for a new, busy wife!

Here ’tis…

Refrigerator Roll Dough

From the Kitchen of: Mrs. Pat Mitchell

Tools:

One medium and one small mixing bowl (*if you have the kind with lids, even better!)

Liquid measuring cups

Dry measuring cups and spoons

Whisk, wooden spoon, fork

*Large container or bowl with a lid (like a Tupperware or Rubbermaid)

 

Ingredients:

½ C sugar

1 T salt

2 T shortening

¾ C really hot water

1 C warm water (110-115˚F)

2 T active dry yeast

1 beaten egg

All purpose flour

In a medium bowl, combine the sugar and salt. Add the shortening and pour the hot water over the top to help melt the shortening. Whisk until combined.

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm Paparazzi

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm Paparazzi

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm PaparazziIn a small bowl, whisk together the warm water, yeast and egg. Make sure the water temperature is right or the yeast won’t activate properly.

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm Paparazzi

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm Paparazzi

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm Paparazzi

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm PaparazziAdd the yeast mixture to the sugar mixture.

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm PaparazziAdd flour to consistency. Mix with a wooden spoon. The dough should be soft and not sticky.

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm Paparazzi

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The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm PaparazziI just put my lid on my mixing bowl, but if you don’t have those, put the dough in a container with a tight lid. Place in the refrigerator overnight. After it raises once (and will probably pop the top off), it’s ready.

The Easiest Roll Dough | The Farm PaparazziYou can cut off what you want for a meal and make into dinner rolls, buns, cinnamon rolls or cabbage burgers (recipe forthcoming)!

Leave the rest in the fridge for another time. Mrs. Mitchell says it’s good for up to two weeks.

God Bless You & American Agriculture,

Liz

Then [the older women] can urge the younger women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled and pure, to be busy at home, to be kind, and to be subject to their husbands, so that no one will malign the word of God. – Titus 2:4-5 (NIV)

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