Chocolate rolls
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Chocolate rolls
  Chocolate    Rolls  
Last updated 6/12/2012 12:58:18 AM. Recipe ID 21034. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chocolate rolls
 Categories: Baker, Desserts
      Yield: 4 Servings
      2 ts Active dry yeast
    1/4 c  (2 ounces) very warm water
           (105 to 115 degrees F)
           Scant 1/3 cup plus 1/4
        ts (2 ounces) granulated sugar
      3 c  Plus 2 tablespoons (14
           Ounces) unbleached
           All-purpose flour
    1/4 c  Unsweetened cocoa powder
  1 1/2 ts Kosher salt
      1 c  (8 ounces) warm brewed
           Coffee (90 degrees F)
      1 lg Egg yolk
      2 ts Unsalted butter, softened
    2/3 c  (4 ounces) chocolate chips
    1/2 c  (4 ounces) cold water
  1 1/4 ts Cornstarch
  Two 12 by 17-inch baking sheets, lined with parchment paper
  Place the yeast and warm water in a large bowl.  Stir with a fork to
  dissolve the yeast and allow it to stand for about 3 minutes.
  Whisk the unbleached flour, cocoa powder, the remaining 1/3 cup sugar
  and the salt together in a medium bowl.  Set them aside.
  Using your hand, stir the coffee, the egg yolk, and the butter into
  the dissolved yeast.  Gradually add the flour mixture, stirring until
  a shaggy mass forms and all of the flour is moistened.
  Move the dough to a lightly floured surface and knead for about 7 to 8
  minutes, until it is silky smooth and elastic.  This dough should be
  nice and moist, so add flour sparingly as you work.  Shape the dough
  into a loose ball cover it with plastic wrap and let it rest for
  about 10 minutes to relax the gluten strands.
  Flatten the dough and stretch it gently with your fingers to form a
  rectangle about an inch thick.  Spread the peanut butter chips evenly
  over the rectangle.  Fold the dough into an envelope and knead gently
  for 2 to 3 minutes, until the chips are well distributed. The dough
  should be soft, smooth, and springy.  If the dough resists, let it
  rest for 5 minutes and then continue kneading it. Some of the chips
  may pop out of the dough, but they can easily be incorporated again
  after the first rise when the dough has softened.
  Shape the dough into a loose ball and place it in a lightly oiled
  bowl. Turn to coat the top of the dough with oil, and cover the bowl
  tightly with plastic wrap.  Let rise at room temperature (75 to 77
  degrees F) until the dough has doubled in volume, about 2 hours.
  Line two 12 by 17-inch baking sheets with parchment paper.  Gently
  pour the dough onto the floured work surface pressing any loose
  chocolate chips into dough.  Flour your hands lightly divide the
  dough into 12 equal pieces (each weighing about 2 1/2 ounces). Shape
  the pieces into rolls and place 6 on each prepared baking sheet
  leaving several inches between the rolls so they won't grow together
  as they rise. Cover them loosely with oiled plastic wrap and let them
  rise at room temperature until doubled in volume, about 45 minutes to
  1 hour. While the bread is proofing make a cornstarch wash:  Put the
  cold water in a small saucepan and whisk in the cornstarch. Bring to
  a boil, stirring frequently until it thickens. Remove from the heat
  and cover to keep a skin from forming. Set aside to cool.
  About 15 minutes before you're ready to bake, place one oven rack in
  the top third of the oven, and another in the bottom third, and
  preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.
  When the buns have doubled, use a pastry brush to paint them with a
  thin coating of the cornstarch wash.  Brush gently so you don't
  deflate them. Place one pan on each oven rack.  Using a plant
  sprayer, immediately mist the top and sides of the oven 6 to 8 times
  and quickly close the oven door. Repeat this misting procedure two
  more times at 1-minute intervals.
  Bake for 10 minutes, then reduce the oven temperature to 350 degrees
  F and rotate the pans from top to bottom and front to back to ensure
  even baking. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes longer, or until the tops of
  the buns feel firm but not hard when you press them slightly, and the
  bottoms are very lightly browned.  These rolls should have a thin
  soft covering, not a hard crunchy crust.  Remove from the oven and
  use the pastry brush to paint the top of each bun quickly and evenly
  with the cornstarch wash. Transfer the rolls to a rack and allow them
  to cool before serving. These are best eaten the day they are baked.

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Recipe ID 21034 (Apr 03, 2005)

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