Rapid Rise Yeast Recipes
Wolfgang Puck's Famous California Pizza Dough Recipe - As I read the recipe, I noticed the times were very short for the rising and proofing. I believe the honey in the dough, which feeds the yeast, as well as the very warm water both contributed to the yeasts very rapid growth. In just 35 minutes the dough had doubled beautifully -- it was soft, supple, and very subtly scented with honey. This is a very quick and easy pizza dough recipe, and I was very happy with the results.
Mildly sweet, utterly delicious. The texture is cake-like. For the high holidays I double the amount of honey, to make it just a bit sweeter, for a sweet new year. Most of the time involved is passive, for dough rising and baking. Edited to add: a note about the yeast. I use instant (rapid rise) yeast, which can be added dry directly to the dough. If you are using active dry yeast, proof it first in a little warm water with sugar.
Rosemary Parmesan Rolls is the perfect holiday side for you Easter table. Super easy yeast rolls that are to your table in less than 1 hour. I use rapid rise yeast so I let that do most of the work. It cuts your rising time in half so I highly suggest using that when making this recipe. Brush with butter and serve.
KitchenAid 60-Minute Dinner Rolls 2019 The recipe calls for 3 packets of yeast. That's a lot of yeast for one recipe but that's why it works. It's like yeast bread on steroids and it grows and rises at a rapid rate because there's so much of it thus reducing the time it takes to rise. There is no kneading the dough by hand. You just mix it in your KitchenAid for a couple minutes turn it out into a bowl and watch it perform magic. The post KitchenAid 60-Minute Dinner Rolls 2019 appeared first