Tuesday, July 2, 2019

King's Hawaiian Rolls Copy Cat Recipe

King's Hawaiian Rolls copy cat recipe that brings an American dinner favorite to your table as the perfect side. 



Have you ever met anyone that didn't love a King's Hawaiian Roll? I don't think so. Actually, scratch that, i know so. Frankly, if I met someone that doesn't love their rolls, I would disregard anything they said, thought, did, created, etc.



They're just flat out, stinking, good. I tried several Hawaiian Roll recipes and this was by far the closest to the real thing. The recipe turned out moist, fluffy, and had layer upon layer of mildly sweet goodness to them.

King's Hawaiian Rolls copy cat recipe that brings an American dinner favorite to your table as the perfect side.
We had leftovers from every recipe we tried, but this was the only recipe where the leftovers were nearly as good as having them fresh out of the oven. The other recipes, the rolls were almost rocks the next day. These remained ULTRA soft and fluffy. And of course they maintained their beautiful flavor as well throughout the proceeding days after baking conception.

Try this recipe out at home and instantly make your family happy! The real pineapple in the dough does wonders for the bread and makes these as compatible to the real thing as you'll find out there. Enjoy!

Keaton



Yield: 12 large rolls (18 smaller)
Author: Keaton Epps

King's Hawaiian Rolls Copy Cat Recipe

prep time: 2 H & 30 Mcook time: 25 Mtotal time: 2 H & 55 M

ingredients:

Bread
  • 1/3 cup warm milk
  • 1 Tbsp instant dry yeast
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1/4 cup butter melted
  • 2 eggs
  • 8 oz of crushed pineapple
  • 4 cups AP flour (+1/2-1 cup extra flour depending on stickiness of dough
  • Dash of salt
Coating
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup milk

instructions:

How to cook King's Hawaiian Rolls Copy Cat Recipe

  1. Gently whisk yeast and warmed milk together and let set until foaming is visible (5-10 minutes)
  2. Add oil, butter, sugar, eggs, and crushed pineapple to yeast mixture and combine until uniform
  3. Add flour 1 cup at a time mixing in completely. After 4 cups the dough should be moist, somewhat sticky, but NOT very sticky! If it is too sticky, add flour! 
  4. Knead for 8-10 minutes, place in bowl, cover with towel and let rise for an hour
  5. Break dough into 12 large dough balls and add to greased x13 x9 pan or make 18 smaller dough balls each with some distance from the adjacent dough balls
  6. Cover again and let rise for an hour again
  7. Preheat oven to 350°F
  8. Coat with milk and butter mixture and bake for 24-28 minutes until tops are all golden brown
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