In our journey to find a durable bread product for a tropical North Queensland lunch box, I experimented with the Laucke White Bread Mix. The recipe suggests making the rolls in a muffin tin which works well, but I was looking at how to make a gluten free bread roll look ‘normal’.
Trying to think outside the square, I stumbled upon a small 11cm diameter spring form cake tin in Coles Supermarket for $3.00. I line the bottom with a circle of baking paper and oil the sides.
The 500 g packet of bread mix will make 6 – 7 bread rolls. I make a batch on Sunday for lunch and then have rolls for Monday lunch and any extras are either frozen or made into a toastie snack.
I have also made this bread mix in a 30cm x 24 cm lamington type tin to make a slab like focaccia, that then can be cut to resemble a hamburger bun.
Use the Bread Roll recipe from their site rather the recipe on the box and follow the instructions exactly eg weigh the water rather than measure in a cup.