Prep 2 hrs
Cook 25 mins
Delicious! The pineapple juice comes through and gives them a sweet finish.
Make and share this Hawaiin Rolls recipe from Food.com.
- I hand kneaded it all, almost literally slamming it onto the counter, stretching it out, and folding it on itself until it felt right.
- I let it rise for ninety minutes, checked on it, and it was ready. I gently laid it on the counter top, and simply weighed out 4 oz. dough strips. Shaped them with one hand into balls for surface tension, and then I pressed them with a hamburger press actually, just to make it more uniform. Placed them on parchment lined baking sheets, let those rise for 40-45 minutes, and then popped em in a 350 degree preheated oven for 20 minutes.
- Did the first batch at 25 minutes, and the bottoms were almost on the edge of being burnt. I was worried about that because of all the sugar, at 20 minutes they were PERFECT.
I chose you and this recipe for PAC 2012. The rolls were wonderful. I ususally do not change recipes when using them for the first time, but I really wanted to try this recipe. As I am gluten intolerant, I did change the flour to G/F all purpose flour and added the xatha gum that that flour needs to rise.