Are you looking for a way to bake fresh homemade bread without a bread machine? Maybe you've always wanted to try your hand at bread baking, but don't want to invest in an expensive stand mixer.
With a few basic ingredients and simple tools that you probably already have, you will be baking dinner rolls that taste like you've been baking for years even though its your first time.
At the end of this course you will be able to confidently bake homemade dinner rolls to share with friends and family.
How will it feel to finally be able to contribute something homemade to your kids' school bakesale?
In the course We’ll go over:
I created this course for the home baker who wants to learn how to bake bread without having to buy any fancy equipment or hard to find ingredients.
In the course, you will find video lessons that show you in detail what your dough should look like every step of the way. There is also a downloadable recipe book, tools guide and an ingredients guide.
You can complete this course in an hour or two and have your first batch of hot, fluffy dinner rolls under your belt this weekend!
If bread baking has been hit or miss for you, or if you've never tried to bake bread at home before, then this is the course for you!
Enroll in the no knead dinner roll course now and amaze your friends & family with delicious and beautiful homemade dinner rolls.
In this section, we will go over the tools you need to bake bread at home, plus some tools that are nice to have.
You can hit up garage sales and thrift stores if you are on a budget. You can also go to restaurant supply stores for low cost tools, if you have any in your area.
You can download the PDF tools guide in the resources section and follow along.
In this section I'll show you the basic ingredients you need to bake dinner rolls at home. Be sure to download the recipe book in this section and print it out if you like.
In this lesson, I'll show you how to test your yeast if you haven't used it in a while.
After completing this lesson, you will be able to make an easy dinner roll recipe that takes about 60 minutes from start to finish with only 15 minutes of hands on time!
In this lesson, you will learn how to make the dough that can be shaped into crescent rolls, butter flake rolls (aka fan tans), and parker house rolls.
In this lesson, I'll show you how to shape the dough in to crescent rolls. In the resources section, there is a link to a video on how to make almond crescent rolls as well as a link to the recipe for the almond filling.
My grandmother and my great-aunt Daisy were famous for these dinner rolls in their respective states. One bite of these rolls at Sunday dinner and you knew you were loved :)
Kalisha Blair is culinary instructor and chef in the DC Metro area. She loves teaching beginners how to cook. She has spent over 15 years in the restaurant industry working for various hotels, country clubs and cafes.
She is now taking her decades of experience and translating it into online courses that can be accessed by anyone around the globe.
She is a graduate of Johnson and Wales University and has a degree in Culinary Arts as well as a degree in Hotel Restaurant Institutional management.