I let the girls help with making the dinner rolls. Bread is an easy thing to prepare and make. Anyone can do them.
We use a bread flour specially designed for bread making.
Then we add a little yeast and sugar.
We also add about 400 mls of water and start mixing.
Soon the girls had a ball.
We covered it with some cling wrap.
After a few hours of sitting, and the occasional visit to roll the air out, we do our last one and set them for their final rise in the trays.
Then we put them in the oven for about 35 mins.
They're actually quite big rolls in real life - enough for a full hamburger or what not. We put ham and tomatoes on ours this night.