This Super Easy Potato Roll Recipe make a soft and slightly sweet bun that’s perfect for dinner or slider buns! Even the non-baker is going to love making them.
Potato Bread or Potato Roll recipes are a must for St. Patricks Day. The good thing about this recipe is that it’s so versatile that you’ll love them all year long.
I know that baking bread can be intimidating for people that have never tried it before or tried it unsuccessfully and are scarred for life. To some people, yeast is a scary ingredient. If you are one of those people, this Super Easy Potato Roll Recipe is for you!
This month’s Bread Bakers group is being hosted by Wendy Klik of A Day in the Life on the Farm‘s post. She chose a very appropriate theme, Irish Bread recipes. Last year I made Soda Bread that is also super easy! This year I wanted to give potato bread a try.
My sister had a potato bread recipe that I’ve been wanting to try. When I set out to make it there was an error in her instructions. I knew better but followed it anyway. She had written to start with a sponge and instead of adding 1 to 2 tablespoons or teaspoons of flour, she said CUPS! Well, that’s what I did and knew that was a mistake immediately.
Instead of tossing the whole thing and starting over, I thought I’d see if it worked without starting with a sponge and just added everything together. With a few ingredient adjustments I ended up with was a soft, slightly sweet potato roll with a tender spring.
When I make rolls or buns, I want them to all be about the same size so they cook evenly. I weighed the entire dough ball and then divided it by 34 which was the serving size on the recipe. These are small rolls but I could easily have made them larger and even into hamburger potato rolls. That’s exactly what I do when I make Brioche buns too. This size is perfect for sliders too.
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These are fresh mashed potato rolls. I’ve used potato flakes in rolls before but haven’t made a potato rolls recipe with instant mashed potatoes…yet.
My neighbor stopped by and she ate the buttered prop for my photos and said they were like crack, which is a good thing. I sent her home with a bag for her family and told her to make sure her family got a few!
Now it’s time to see what amazing recipes the other Bread Bakers came up with.
- Apple, Beer, and Cheddar Soda Bread by A Baker’s House
- Blaa by Sara’s Tasty Buds
- Caraway Rye Soda Bread by A Salad For All Seasons
- Carrot and Dillisk Bread by A Shaggy Dough Story
- Cheddar and Herbs Soda Bread by Ambrosia
- Cranberry and Poppy Seed Irish Bread by kidsandchic
- Currant Drop Scones by A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Four Leaf Clover Rolls by Cook’s Hideout
- Guinness Bread Rolls by The Bread She Bakes
- Guinness Buckwheat Bread by Baking Sense
- Irish Amber Ale Pretzels by Cindy’s Recipes and Writings
- Irish Barmbrack by The Schizo Chef
- Irish Freckle Bread by Mayuri’s Jikoni
- Irish Freckle Bread by Passion Kneaded
- Irish Multigrain Bread by What Smells So Good?
- Irish Raisin Tea Scones by Gayathri’s Cook Spot
- Irish Soda Bread by Herbivore Cucina
- Irish Soda Bread by Sneha’s Recipe
- Irish Soda Bread Scones by Spill the Spices
- Irish Soda Buttermilk Bread by Sizzling Tastebuds
- Irish Soda Farls by Food Lust People Love
- Oat and Potato Bread by Karen’s Kitchen Stories
- Potato Clover Leaf Rolls by Spiceroots
- Soft Wheat Irish Soda Scones with Raisins (Spotted Dog) by The Wimpy Vegetarian
- Super Easy Potato Roll Recipe by Hostess At Heart
It’s always fun to share so let’s head over to Fiesta Friday!