As we are from Swiss and Italian roots, we love to eat real good and crunchy bread. But we live in Asia, where it is hard to find these European style breads. Of course you can find them in hotel bakeries but they cost a fortune. So I bake my own. 

I bake with yeast or even with sour dough, sometimes easy recipes, sometimes quick ones. 

This is a quick bread... well for a handmade bread this is quite quick. How you decorate them or even arrange them on the tray is up to you. I arranged mine like a wreath and sprinkled them with sesame and chia seeds.

They are quickly done, no special work, so if you have visitors or for breakfast on a weekend they are perfect.

Step 1:

For 8 bread rolls:
500 g strong Wholewheat Flour
1 pack Dried Yeast (7 g)
300 ml warm Water
3 tbsp Sunflower Oil
1 tsp Salt

Some sesame or chia seeds for decoration.
can i make it lil sweet?
If you like sweet breads, you should not use wholewheat, it's just to strong of taste.. use white flour, use this recipe and add 1-2 tbsp sugar. That will make it sweet... but if you really like sweet breads use this recipe http://www.instructables.com/id/Swiss-Sunday-Zopf/ and add also 1-2 tbsp sugar, that will give you a wonderful sweet dough.
this looks awesome but i have a question. what is it served with?
Bread is served to anything, eat it for breakfast with jam, cold cuts or cheese, eat it as sandwich with some cold cuts or chicken inside, eat it for snack with a steak or for dinner accompanied by chicken or vegetables. Bread is the rice of the Europeans.
what do you mean by 1,5 hours? is it one day and 5 hours or what?
1,5 hours = 1 hour 30 minutes

About This Instructable


152 favorites


Bio: Mother, wife, passionate cook and baker, hobby photographer, living in Asia. I have a website http://www.pane-bistecca.com/rezepte-recipe-blog.html with international recipes. I ... More »
More by Pane-Bistecca: Preserved Salmon Semi dried Tomatoes in Olive Oil Deep Fried Cantonese Dumplings
Add instructable to: