6 dl flour*
1 1/2 to 2 dl soy flour
4 to 5 dl water
1/2 dl rapeseed oil
11 g dry yeast or about 30 g yeast
hempseeds (at least a fistful)
Warm the water to about 40 °C. Combine the water and the yeast. Add hempseeds. Gradually add flours and soy flours to the water-yeast-mix. If the mix feels too dry, add a little more water. When the dough starts to seem like dough (you know, something you could mold into things) add the rapeseed oil. Make sure the dough doesn't get too wet nor too dry.
Leave it to rise for 30 minutes. Take a shower, tweet, make an ass of yourself on Facebook or have a power nap.
When the dough is about twice of it's original size, divide it into small clumps. Roll the clumps to nice rolls. The shape doesn't matter that much, as long as the rolls are about the same size so they will bake evenly. I make about 14 small rolls from the dough of this size.
Bake the rolls at 225 °C for 13-15 minutes. Let them cool down a bit and enjoy.
* I tend to use a flour mix made for rolls, but you can always make a blend yourself or use just wheat.
Edit: Not 1 dl of rapeseed oil, but 1/2 dl. Sorry about the mistake.
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