Sourdough Tiger Bread Rolls Recipe – Amazing Crunchy Rolls

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  1. Janine Hoffart Reply

    I’m wondering what you might suggest as an egg and milk replacer as I am vegan?

  2. Dibyanshu Sekhar Reply

    Thanks a lot for you effort, have learnt a lot from your videos. Can I substitute olive oil for flavour instead of toasted sesame oil since I am not about to find it now In the market?

    • You can. It’s just a very different taste profile, but it sounds delicious 🙂

  3. Chlo Reply

    hello, I just wanted to ask how you would go about shaping the dough if you chose to make a loaf as opposed to rolls. PS, I loved the video, it made this recipe seem much less daunting!

  4. Anita Lee Reply

    For topping, can I store the leftover in the fridge for next time ? I would only use 350g bread flour for this bread, but want to follow the exact ingredients of your topping. I like that you use oil instead of butter, especially sesame oil, it does bring up the flavor. Thank you.

    • I wouldn’t keep the topping unless you are baking close to when you made it. Maybe a few days in the fridge. 🙂

  5. Kevin Leighton Reply

    Sune, so glad to have found your website! Tried these today, they cooked fine but the crust split before the rice topping formed, any ideas what this may have happened?

  6. Why do you heat the milk and the cool it? Why not just use room temperature milk?

    • Well, conventional wisdom says that milk can prevent certain things to happen. Like gluten development.

      But this only goes for unpasteurized milk, so just skip that step and use milk directly.

  7. Barbara Reply

    Interesting that you reroll the rolls a second time. Does that help give them a rounder shape and not flatten out? I have been baking sourdough sandwich buns for several years and have never seen that suggestion before. I normally use a bun pan for the rolls, but with the topping I can’t do that.

    • It helps them retain their shape better, but depending on the flour you use, it might not be as important. I try to cover all the bases though 🙂